Health in the Summer Season: A Traditional Chinese Medicine Approach

Health in the Summer Season: A Traditional Chinese Medicine Approach

First Aired: 5/21/2012

Length: 50 minutes


Coping with summer heat with traditional Chinese medicine.
 
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Joseph Acquah, UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, has practiced acupuncture for over 25 years and the Tai Chi Chuan for 30 years. He explores how each season can have specific effects on our health and focuses in particular on the summer. Topics include: an overview of the summer months, symptoms of summer heat, organs that are governed by the fire element, and emotions that surface during the summer, along with some foods that will help to cool the heat and reduce fire.
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