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Women Who Inspire Us

For the month of March, Women’s History Month, we will be celebrating women in health + healthcare. Every day, we will be sharing with you a female hero of ours: from doctors to activists, midwives to scientists. Whether they’ve changed the dialogue surrounding our bodies, pioneered their industry, or changed the way we practice medicine […]

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Treating Allergies with Chinese Medicine

Here at the Yinova Center in New York City we can tell spring is in the air when our patients come in with red eyes and stuffy noses. Seasonal allergies affect one third of Americans and according to a study published in the September 2004 issue of Allergy Magazine, a combination of Chinese herbs and […]

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Continuing Education at YinOva

At Yinova we’re proud of our commitment to continuing education. We regularly bring teachers into our center from around the country to train our team and keep our knowledge current and our practice vibrant. Our in-house training program is an example of our commitment to provide our patients with the best care possible and our […]

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How much Acupuncture do you Need to Support your IVF?

The first acupuncture and in vitro fertilization (IVF) trial was published a little over a decade ago. Since then, acupuncture’s impact on IVF continues to be investigated.

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by Emma Thake

What Do I Look For in an Acupuncturist?

One of the most common questions that Dr. Jill Blakeway gets asked in interviews about the general benefits of acupuncture is “How can someone find a good acupuncturist near them?” 

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An interview with Kristin McGee

In this series, Michele interviews Yinova friends and wellness advocates. Kristin McGee is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor as well as an ACE certified personal trainer. As a fitness expert, Kristin has appeared on CNN, FOX , CBS Morning Show, ABC’s Good Morning America and more. She has contributed to many magazines like Shape, Fitness, Self, […]

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