Dr. Hui Zhang

Dr. Hui Zhang

Chinese Medicine Doctor, Researcher, Educator

Among several biological correlates that may explain the principle of acupuncture, the autonomic nervous system (ANS) is frequently considered to be a mediator of acupuncture stimulation because it can interconnect external somatosensory inputs with internal organ responses via the central neural networks. Sympathetic and the parasympathetic nerves broadly regulates the functions of internal organs, which […]

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tuina

Source: Lv et al. Why is Tuina (Chinese Medical Massage) effective to treat sciatic nerve injury (SNI)? Lv et al​(Lv et al. 2020)​ from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine explored the effect of Tuina on the gene expression at the point of nerve injury in rats with sciatic nerve injury (SNI) and elucidated the repair […]

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Rani et al​(Rani et al. 2020)​ from Sawai Man Singh Medical College reported their latest research on the effectiveness of acupressure therapy with pharmacological treatment on pain, depression, anxiety, and stress in knee osteoarthritis patients. Eligible 212 knee osteoarthritis patients were randomized into two groups (acupressure vs medication). Initially, patients of both groups reported severe pain. […]

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Læs blog på dansk. 1.Dan Tian Dan refers to red, red energy, and alchemy. Tian refers to farm land or field. In Qigong, Dan Tian refers to the special regions in the body where Qi is generated and stored. The upper Dan Tian (UDT): Ni Wan or DU20 Ni Wan, literally translated as mud pill, locates […]

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A research team from Xinhua Hospital affiliated with Shanghai Jiaotong University carried out a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled trial to investigate the efficacy and safety of Shufeng Jiedu Capsules(SFJDC) in the treatment of sepsis ​(Liu et al. 2020)​ . 129 hospitalized patients met the inclusion criteria were randomised to either the combination group i.e. antibiotic plus […]

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A joint team from China and Pakistan reported their new review of current strategies against Covid-19 on Chinese Medicine on Jul. 09. This is an open-access article, therefore, I’m allowed to copy the abstract here: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) recently was declared a pandemic by world health […]

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Zhen et al​(Zhen et al. 2020)​ explored the structural and functional characteristics of the fecal-associated microbiome (FAM) in damp heat constitution and screen FAM-related biomarkers of DH constitution. They research team identified unique FAM structural characteristics in damp heat constitution, which might involve in changes in lipid metabolism and susceptibility to lipid metabolic dysfunction. The […]

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Dr. Hui Zhang Taichi

Jiang et al​(Jiang et al. 2020)​ from the Department of Cardiac Surgery, the First Hospital of Jilin University reported their latest finding on the influence of Taichi training for lung cancer patients. Lung cancer patients after surgery were randomly allocated into Taichi training or routine nurse care as control. After a 3-month training, Taichi improved […]

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Lu Shouyan

Read the blog in Danish 1. About Master Lu Shouyan Lu Shouyan (1909-1969), a famous acupuncturist in China and overseas, started to learn medicine from his father Li Pei-qing (a distinguished acupuncturist) at the age of 16, and started to practice medicine in Shanghai when he was 18. Later on, he created the “New-China Acupuncture Research Association” and acupuncture […]

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The virus that causes COVID-19 was formally named Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)-CoV-2 because of the genome homology with the SARS-CoV-1 (approx. 80%) that originated a similar syndromic disease during the epidemic in 2002–2003. Fuzimoto from Brazil and Isidorob from Italy recently published their latest findings on herbs and compounds which potently-significantly inhibited-blocked SARS-CoVs-host protein […]

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