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The Common Cold - Help From Chinese Medicine
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The Common Cold - Help From Chinese Medicine

Publication Year: 2011
Edition: 1
Authors/Editor: Liu En-Zhao; Stimson, Carl; Mondot, Mark
Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House
ISBN: 978-7-117-11620-6
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How can Chinese medicine help with your cold? This simple, easy-to-read guide shows how acupuncture, Chinese herbs, diet, and exercise can help shortern or prevent common colds, treat their symptoms.

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  • Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House
  • Product Type: Book
  • Author/Editor: Liu En-Zhao; Stimson, Carl; Mondot, Mark
  • ISBN: 978-7-117-11620-6
  • Specialty:
    Gastroenterology & Hepatology
    TCM-Internal Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Edition: 1
  • Pages: 170
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Year: 2011

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