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HealthCare System in CHINA HADM 5032 Amrutha Kurakula 03/29/2015 UHCL HONESTY CODE
“I will be honest in all my academic activities and will not tolerate dishonesty.”
Submission of this exam/assignment certifies my compliance with the UHCL Honesty Code that I signed at the start of the semester. I pledge on my honor that I have complied with this policy, inclusive of not acquiring unauthorized information or assistance, not providing others with unauthorized information or assistance, avoiding …show more content…
In acupressure same points are used, but therapists massage them one or two at a time. Acupuncture is believed to have greater effects than acupressure. Acupuncture is considered useful in preventive healthcare.
How traditional Chinese medicine is different from western medicine: Traditional chinese medicine (TMC) Western Medicine
Focusses on holistic approach, whole body. Emphasize on specific part of the body

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The basis of TMC which is Yin and Yang are invisible
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