Acupuncture Resources -American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine -National Acupuncture Detoxification Association - Website for students, practitioners, and the general public. Includes articles, school listings, study resources, and more. - A news source for the acupuncture community - practitioners, students, and the general public. -Alternative Nature Online Healing: information about herbs and wild medicinal plants, herbal remedies, alternative medicine, aromatherapy, herb farming and more. Also contains hundreds of botanical images and herb pictures. - Alternative Medicine Foundation: A nonprofit organization, founded in March 1998 to provide information about alternative medicine to the public and health professionals. Sponsors of HerbMed® and TibetMed® databases. -The Mesothelioma Center: Acupuncture has been linked to alleviating the nausea associated with chemotherapy and the pain incurred from the constant surgeries that cancer patients undergo. - NIH Clinical Trials Information Website: Up-to-date information for the public about tens of thousands of different clinical trials. - FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research - Contains informative TCM forums and links to websites of interest to consumers, students and practitioners of acupuncture and related topics. Currently over 600 unique links. -Highwire Press, Stanford University: A website with links to hundreds of free journals. They also have a detailed search engine that allows you to search for authors or subjects in 2 million free online medical articles. -MedHunt: Search all medical websites for information about health on the Net. Provided by "Health on the Net (HON)", an NGO in special consultation status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

Institute for Traditional Medicine Numerous articles on acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and Traditional Chinese Medicine -Institute of Traditional Medicine: Very large database of articles on many aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine (disorders, herbs, acupuncture, history, theory, etc). -Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: Intregrative medicine: Provides full-text, objective information on herbs, vitamins, and supplements, especially potential use in cancer care; includes clinical summary and details about constituents, adverse effects, interactions, and potential benefits or problems. -North American Institute of Medical Herbalism: Contains links to medical information, and to any resource on medicinal herbs or herbalism practiced a clinical setting, regardless of the medical tradition or system. ( -National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine: The organization for national licensure. -Sacred Lotus Arts: A comprehensive resource on all things TCM. Explains the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine including nutritional information and an herbal database