Animal Acupuncture: Waiting on Pins & Needles

By on January 24, 2013

<!– end jp-progress –><!– end jp-controls –>Listen<!– playpause –><!– jp-time-holder –>Listen to today’s broadcast. Enlarge image Dr. Cynthia Benbow performs acupuncture on a variety of animals, including exotic and domestic animals.Although the practice of traditional Chinese acupuncture dates back thousands of years, it’s adaptation in Western culture is relatively new. And while your mom and them may have received treatment in the past, you’ll have to second guess who’s likely to get it in the future.  Sharon Litwin brings us this profile on this week’s Notes from New Orleans.<!–break–>To read a related article written by Litwin, visit Nolavie.com. 

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Animal Acupuncture: Waiting on Pins & Needles

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