Forum: The Future of Asian Medicine

A space to share your perspectives, opinions, thoughts, and hopes for the future of Asian Medicine in the US and abroad.
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Added ''Post'' '''thanx''' to forum "The Future of Asian Medicine" on ''7/22/2019''
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Added ''Post'' '''nice post''' to forum "The Future of Asian Medicine" on ''5/4/2019''
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Added ''Post'' '''Can’t log in AOL desktop gold from Microsoft outlook. How to fix it?''' to forum "The Future of Asian Medicine" on ''2/18/2019''
"If you want to login in AOL Desktop Gold from Microsoft Outlook then they must be synced properly. And if you are not able to log in then you need to check the configuration you used while setting up this email on AOL Gold: • The incoming and outgoing mail server should be imap.aol.com and smtp.aol.com respectively • The incoming and outgoing server must be 993 or 143 and 587 • Don’t forget to use SSL in incoming server encrypted connection and that of TLS in the outgoing server • Use the correct username and password to log in If after entering the correct configuration the problem persists then just try to download AOL Desktop Gold again then use these setting. Sometime incomplete installation might conflict with the settings you are using for configuring it. Read More-: https://www.email-desktopgold.com/

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Added ''Post'' '''OMDs & Obama's New Healthcare Plans?''' to forum "The Future of Asian Medicine" on ''7/15/2009''
"Hi,

I have a question. I have heard that Obama plans to institute a new, 'universal healthcare' plan/system, and I'm curious about how that will affect OMDs.

I'm currently an undergrad student, but I hope to get a degree in TCM and start my own practice, in the future. How do you think these healthcare reforms will affect OMDs? (Or anyone outside of the field of Allopathic medicine, for that matter) What about those who own their own businesses/practices?"

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