Publications

  1. Li, Hui. 1990. Clinical Observation on 147 Cases of Vitiligo Treated by Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion 1990(6).

  2. Li, Hui. 1993. The Progress of Research on Moxibustion Treatment of Heat Syndromes, Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion 1993(4).

  3. Li, Hui. 1996. A Study on Reducing Blood-Lipid and Anti-Senility of Moxibustion on Shenque (CV8) Point, Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion 1996(9).

  4. Li, Hui. 1996. Observation of Effect on Microcirculation of Nail Fold During Irradiation of TDP on Shenque Acupoint of Persons Above Middle Age, Journal of Beijing College of Acupuncture Moxibustion & Orthopedics-Traumatology 1996(1).

  5. Li, Hui. 1996. A Study on How Moxibustion on Shenque Affects the Immune Function in Aged Patients, The Fourth World Conference on Acupuncture, New York.

  6. Li, Hui. 2001. The Progress of Studies on Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in Treating Drug Addiction and AIDS, New York 21st Century Chinese Medicine Forum.

  7. Li, Hui. 2002. Considerations for the Effective Teaching of TCM in the United States, American Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine 3(1).

  8. Zhang, Q., Chen, Y., Li, H., Zheng, X. et al. 2009. Thinking on Growth of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in North American Health Care System, Journal of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine 16(5): 38-41.

  9. Li, Hui. 2010. Leading Role of Channel-based Syndrome Differentiation in Acupuncture Practice, Journal of Acupuncture Research 35(2): 142-5.

  10. Li, H. et al. 2010. Preliminary Study on TCM Diagnosis & Treatment Strategies for Lyme Disease, Journal of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine 17(9): 29-31.

  11. Zhang, Q., Chen, Y., Li, H., Zheng, X. et al. 2010. A Comparative Study of the Diagnostic Approach of Homeopathic Medicine and Chinese Medicine, International Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine 32(5): 446-447.

  12. Chen, Y., Li, H., Zheng, X. et al. 2010. Research on Meridian Differentiation and Classification for Whiplash Injury Based on Meridian Sinew Theory, Journal of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine 33(8): 517-520.

  13. Chen, Y., Li, H., Zheng, X. et al. 2010. Analysis of the Rise of “Acupuncture Fever” and Sustainable Development of Acupuncture in the United States with Health Believe Model, Journal of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine 16(6): 6-11.

  14. Li, H., Xue, X., Zhao, Y. et al. 2010. Distribution of TCM Syndromes and Syndrome Elements of Lyme Disease Based on a 208-Case Cross-Sectional Clinical Survey, 10th World Congress of Chinese Medicine, San Francisco 65.

  15. Chen, Y., Zheng, X., Li, H. et al. 2011. Effective Acupuncture Practice through Diagnosis Based on Distribution of Meridian Pathway & Related Syndromes, Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics Res. INT. J. 36(1-2):1-18.

  16. Chang, Z., Jia, D., Bare, J. and Li, H. (English Editor). 2014. Chinese Materia Medica. Beijing: People’s Medical Publishing House.

  17. Chen, Y., Zhao, Y., Xue, X., Li, H. et al. 2015. Statistical Analysis of 4 Types Neck Whiplash Injuries Based on Classical Meridian Theory, Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics Res. INT. J. 40:35-52.

  18. Chen, Y., … Li, H. et al. 2015. Distribution Characteristics of Meridian Sinew (JingJin) Syndrome in 313 Cases of Whiplash-Associated Disorders. Chines Journal of Integrative Medicine. 21(3) 234-240.

  19. Wang, T., Chen, Y., Zheng, X., Li, H. and Zhang, Q. 2016. Diversification of Acupuncture Practice in the U.S., Beijing: Chinese Medical Science and Technology Publishing House.

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