Here at the John Tsagaris clinic we value and enjoy great relationships with partners, suppliers and other reputable experts across the world. The below list represents other resources found online that we recommend alongside our own services and products.

The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK is self regulated professional organisation founded in 1997 by Traditional Chinese Medicne practitioners in the UK. ATCM aims to ensure high standards services in TCM including acupuncture and herbal medicine provided by its members.

Acupuncture in Medicine is a bi-monthly scientific and clinical journal aimed at Western-trained physicians and other health professionals, and uses the prevailing understanding of neuro-physiology and anatomy to interpret the effects of acupuncture. The Journal largely restricts its published articles to this Western approach

What Doctors Dont Tell You, is a health advise site with health articles focusing on healthy and alternative health solutions and scientific perspectives on dealing with health issues and well-being related topics

The Journal of Chinese Medicine was established in 1979 by Peter Deadman, and has been published continuously since then. It has played a vital role in raising the standards of education and practice in Chinese medicine throughout the English-speaking world.

The Journal is focusing on scientific research papers on ageing
Aging is now offering Free Altmetric Article Reports as a new part of our Journal platform to provide real-time tracking of article coverage in digtial and traditional media channels, often long before traditional citations begin to accrue.

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, includes observational and analytical reports, commentary, and persepcitives on therapies currently thought to be outside the realm of conventional Western bio-medicine that are gaining interest and warranting research to assess therapeutic value. The Journal includes current concepts in clinical care, which will be valuable for physicians and other health care professionals who are seeking to evaluate and integrate these therapies into patient care protocols.

Beauty Bloggers

Fashion model Ruth Crilly has serious insider know-how. And with a modelling career, masters and a big-time beauty blog all on the go, she also has a razor sharp eye for fast beauty finds.

A London Fashion Week regular, Tanya will have you beauty-trend savvy fast. Although these days she’s more of a trending topic herself, with the recent launch of her new beauty line and links to top mags like Grazia and ELLE.

Kari Schultz Solyntjes’ blog Fab Over Forty reviews new products from make-up and skincare to haircare and perfume, with a focus on what works for women in their forties.

British blogger has gone global, with an impressive array of international industry awards under her belt thanks to her inclusive, chirpy, approachable presenting style. Her rather polished wedding video is climbing towards two million views.

Health Blogs

Julia’s road to a media career wasn’t a straight one. She quit school at 16 (largely because of her hatred for PE!) and drifted into running her own catering business. Five years later, she landed a job answering the phone at BBC Radio Stoke. Her life took an unexpected turn as Julia started struggling with depression.

Lottie’s blog is a mixture of healthy recipes I love, Pilates workouts, my fave activewear, lifestyle tips and honest personal posts too. She want to inspire people to reach for the stars, be present and care less about what the rest of the world thinks.

London-based, Lycra-loving friends Hannah and Emily set up their blog to share their forays into the realms of fitness, food and fashion. With their down-to-earth outlook and great sense of humour, it’s impossible not to pick up on the positive vibes in every post.

Driven by a desire to make health support easily accessible to everyone, talk health blog acts as a bridge between health professionals, charities and fellow patients and their carers’. talkhealth hosts different bloggers who use the platform to chat about everything from antibiotic resistance and coeliac disease to how EMRs are transforming patient care within the healthcare industry and what the results of the EU Referendum means for our NHS.

Modern Alternative Health aims to educate and empower its readers to take control of their health. From recipes and pregnancy advice to information on treating specific diseases and conditions naturally, Modern Alternative Health is a wealth of information on alternative health.

New Health Ideas covers everything from alternative health to medical news, nutrition, medical research, rehabilitation, and more, through book, product, and resource reviews to point readers in the direction of the most helpful resources and information.

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