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This video is a demonstration of acupoint selection.

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The host has some fun with acupuncture and the guest's needles are eventually removed.

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Acupuncturist Mr. He only needs to insert a needle into one spot to treat a case of knee joint pain. Where will it be?

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This video explains the origin of the term, "Windy Mansion."

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This video demonstrates acupuncture insertion into the "Windy Mansion" acupoint.

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Just like many things, acupuncture is about quality, not quantity.

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This video introduces another acupoint, the "Chungwan," further supporting the principle that "All it takes is one needle."

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Mastering the use of the acupoints takes decades of practice.

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In this experiment, PM2.5 and carbon monoxide levels in a room are tested before and after the lighting of a cigarette.

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Our guru describes the benefits gleaned from meditating, the key insight being that meditation helps you consciously face life.

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Our guru begins to describe the ways in which we can meditate.

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In this video our guru tells us about the importance of breathing. Breathing is at the heart of all meditation.

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This video outlines how by taking time out of your day just to sit and breath you'll feel much healthier.

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In this video our host explains the second type of meditating which involves feeling all the feelings of your body.

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Our guru explains that by focusing on our body as a whole during meditation, we are doing the highest form of self love.

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The third type of meditation she describes in focusing on a particular thing.

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In this video our guru begins to describe the practice of sitting and pondering.

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Our guru explains that by day dreaming, we are able to tap into our unconscious minds.

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This video discusses the vaccine for hepatitis B.

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Time is an intangible thing that is difficult to measure. This little video talks about the different tools used to measure time in history.

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Time is an intangible thing that is difficult to measure. This little video talks about the different tools used to measure time in history.

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A professor discusses human emotions and how they share a close and interconnected relationship with our internal organs.

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Professor Fan discusses the relationship between the liver and anger and its correlation with the irritability experienced by females during menstruation.

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Professor Fan discusses the relationship between thought and the digestive system and why drivers who drive long distances have gastric problems.

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