Brace yourself: Puresmile tells us all about orthodontics

An Interview With Dr. Chan, By Siobhan Brown        For parents that are considering orthodontic work for their children (braces and wisdom teeth removal being the most common) this article has important information for you to consider. Orthodontists are specialists who correct alignment and straighten teeth and their work is essential to patients … Continued

Childhood Asthma: Care and Cure with TCM

By Doris Rathgeber, Founder & General Manager of Body & Soul – Medical Clinics         Pediatric asthma is a fairly common condition, with approximately 10% of children suffering from it. Kids tend to develop asthma between the ages of four and five. When an acute outbreak occurs, early symptoms are mild chest … Continued

Safe Haven Shanghai – volunteers needed

by Melanie     Global statistics for domestic violence reflect that 1 in every 3 women experience domestic violence at some point in their life*. When people think of domestic abuse, they typically associate physical violence but there can also be emotional, sexual, financial, or psychological abuse that makes someone feel victimized and hopeless. There … Continued

Culture Burnout

Most of us living here have faced the burnt of living in foreign land. During such hard times, it is difficult to feel grateful for all the rich experiences we have enjoyed, and all too easy to feel obsessed with negativity. Here are some simple guidelines to help negate those unhealthy feelings. By Rachel Middagh and Carrie Jones, LCSW     You’ve been … Continued