Featured book in September

Pictorial atlas

Pictorial Atlas of Acupuncture: An illustrated Manual of Acupuncture Points

Knowledge of the exact status and relevance of acupuncture points is an essential tool for the acupuncture therapist.  The novice may worry that he will have to learn all the acupuncture points by heart.  But experience shows that only about one third of these points at most are actually used in treatment.  For this reason the value of an atlas that provides information about a currently important, but seldom used, point cannot be stressed enough.

This comprehensive atlas, beautifully produced with great graphic clarity, is the result of unique collaboration between German and Chinese experts.

The atlas is also noteworthy for the courage of the editors, authors, and the publisher in limiting the indications of the various points to their application uses.  This is an area in which the importance of the points has undergone great diversification.  These indications have been examined in a meticulous discussion process and redundant or dubious findings discarded.

This pioneering initiative means a substantial gain in practical use, which can only benefit the reader in the practice of acupuncture.

Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Ots

3rd floor, Special Collections
Indig WB 369 L693p 2012

Stillness of Life

A new exhibit in the Gallery:

On Display September 3 to October 31, 2018 in the Health Sciences Library Gallery

Please join the artist, Olga Karpeisky, for Two Receptions on

Wednesday, September 5, 3:00 to 6:00 pm & Saturday, October 6, 12:00 to 3:00 pm

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New Book List

108 pearls to awaken your healing potential

20 essential supplements for super health : today’s can’t-do-without nutritional supplements that can prevent disease and ultimately save your life!

Adrenalogic : outsmarting stress

The autoimmune fix : how to stop the hidden autoimmune damage that keeps you sick, fat, and tired before it turns into disease

Basic and clinical pharmacology

Biodentical hormones101 : made exceedingly simple : biodentical hormones, natural thyroid, and natural medicine

Bipolar nature of pain

The Bravewell story : how a small community of philanthropists made a big difference in healthcare

Case studies in integrative and functional medicine

The China study : the most comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted and the startling implications for diet, weight loss and long-term health

Dietary supplements

The Harriet Lane handbook : a manual for pediatric house officers

Healing of the soul : shamanism and psyche

Integrating modern medicine and traditional Chinese medicine / Volume One, Acupuncture.

Laboratory evaluations in molecular medicine : nutrients, toxicants, and cell regulators

Let magic happen : adventures in healing with a holistic radiologist

Limu moui : prize sea plant of Tonga and the South Pacific

Medical physiology : a systems approach

Mosby’s manual of diagnostic and laboratory tests

Natural medicine instructions for patients

On being human : where ethics, medicine, and spirituality converge

Osteogenic loading : a new modality to facilitate bone density development

Pathology : implications for the physical therapist

Pictorial atlas of acupuncture : an illustrated manual of acupuncture points

Pierson and Fairchild’s principles & techniques of patient care

Pregnant butch : nine long months spent in drag

Red hat speaks : voice of the flying eagle

Science of whole person healing : proceedings of the first interdisciplinary international conference Volume 2

State of slim : fix your metabolism and drop 20 pounds in 8 weeks on the Colorado diet

Success in medical school : insider advice for the preclinical years

Talking story : one woman’s quest to preserve ancient spiritual and healing traditions

The toxin solution : how hidden poisons in the air, water, food, and products we use are destroying our health–and what we can do to fix it

Trail guide to the body : a hands-on guide to locating muscles, bones and more

Tripping over the truth : how the metabolic theory of cancer is overturning one of medicine’s most entrenched paradigms