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Farquhar, J. (1996). 'Medicine and the changes are one': an essay on divination healing with commentary.

Fellow, S. M. (1979). The eighteen ways of Chinese gymnastic exercises. Hong Kong, Medicine & Health Publishing Co.

Feng, H. (1981). [Textual research on "Zhang qi (miasmata)" in ancient China].

Feng, T.-y. (1983). Treatment of soft tissue injury with traditional Chinese and Western medicine. Beijing, People's Medical Publishing House.

Fields, A. (1950). Physiotherapy in ancient Chinese medicine.

Fields, A. C. (1948). Ancient Chinese obstetrics. [S.l., s.n.

Flaws, B. (1993). A handbook of traditional Chinese postpartum diseases. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B. (1993). A handbook of traditional gestational & birthing diseases. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B. (1995). The secret of Chinese pulse diagnosis. Boulder, Colo., Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B. (1997). Handbook of menstrual disease in Chinese medicine. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B. and H. L. Wolfe (1983). Prince Wen Hui's cook: Chinese dietary therapy. Brookline, Mass, Paradigm Publications.

Flaws, B. and J. Lake (2001). Chinese medical psychiatry: a textbook & clinical manual: including indications for referral to Western medical services. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B. and M. Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese, Eds. (1987). Handbook of Traditional Chinese Gynecology: (Zhong Yi Fu Ke Shou Ce): a clinical manual of Chinese herbal medicine for the treatment of gynecological disorders. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B. and P. Sionneau (2001). The treatment of modern Western medical diseases with Chinese medicine: a textbook & clinical manual. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B. and S. Schroer (2000). Chinese medicine cures insomnia. London, Foulsham.

Flaws, B. and S. Schroer (2000). Hay fever. London, Foulsham.

Flaws, B. and S. Schroer (2000). Headaches. London, Foulsham.

Flaws, B. and S. Schroer (2000). Insomnia. London, Foulsham.

Flaws, B., L. M. Kuchinski, et al. (2001). The treatment of diabetes mellitus with Chinese medicine. Boulder, CO, Blue Poppy Press.

Flaws, B., R. N. Schnyer, et al. (2000). Depression. London, Foulsham.

Flaws, B., S. Schroer, et al. (2000). Chinese medicine cures arthritis. London, Foulsham.

Flint, J. M. (1904). Chinese medicine. Washington, Smithsonian Institution.

Flohr, C. (1996). The plague fighter: Wu Lien-teh and the beginning of the Chinese public health system.

Floyer, J. S., H. Clements, et al. (1710). The pulse watch: Vol.II. or, An essay to discover the causes of diseases, and a rational method of curing them by feeling of the pulse: These essays are added as an appendix. I. An essay to make a new sphygmologia, by accommodating the Chinese and European observations about the pulse. II. An inquiry into the nature, use, causes and differences of the respirations, and the prognostications which may be made by them in diseases. III. A letter concering the rupture in the lungs, which is the cause of the asthma in mankind, and of the broken-wind in horses, and of the crocke in hawks, with the palliative cure of those several diseases, and their symptoms. London, Printed for J. Nicholson, at the King's Arms in Little-Britain: W. Taylor, at the Ship; and H. Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Floyer, J. S., S. Smith, et al. (1707). The physician's pulse-watch; or, An essay to explain the old art of feeling the pulse, and to improve it by the help of a pulse-watch: In three parts. I. The old Galenic art of feeling the pusle is describ'd, and many of its errors corrected: the true use of the pulses, and their causes, differences and prognostications by them, are fully explain'd, and directions given for feeling the pulse by the pulse-watch, or minute-glass. II. A new mechanical method is propos'd for preserving health, and prolonging life, and for curing diseases by the help of the pulse-watch, which shews the pulses when they exceed or are deficient from the natural. III. The Chinese art of feeling the pulse is described; and the imitation of their practice of physick, which is grounded on the observation of the pulse, is recommended. To which is added, an extract out of Andrew Cloyer, concerning the Chinese art of feeling the pulse. London, Printed for Sam. Smith and Benj. Walford, at the Prince's-Arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Forke, A. (1975). The world-conception of the Chinese. New York, Arno Press.

Fortson, L. and B. Lee (2001). The IBS breakthrough: healing irritable bowel syndrome for good with ancient Chinese medicine. Gloucester, Mass., Fair Winds.

Foust, C. M. (1994). Mysteries of rhubarb: Chinese medicinal rhubarb through the ages. Kremers Award Lecture.

Franzini, S. (1993). Un manuscrit médical chinois ancien conserve à Saint-Pétersbourg.

Frazier, C. N. and H.-c. Li (1948). Racial variations in immunity to syphilis: a study of the disease in the Chinese, White, and Negro races. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Freeman, R. B. (1986). Darwin in Chinese.

Frichet, H. (1933). La médecine et l'occultisme en Chine. Paris, Librairie "Astra".

Fryer, C. B. (1995). Old Chinese spectacles.

Fu, F. (1986). [Stressing the uniqueness of traditional Chinese medicine and developing external treatment].

Fu, S., S.-z. Yang, et al. (1995). Fu Qing-zhu's gynecology. Boulder, Blue Poppy Press.

Fu, W. (1996). [Sixty years of the Museum for the History of Chinese Medicine].

Fu, W.-k. a. (1985). Traditional Chinese medicine and pharmacology. Beijing, Foreign Languages Press: Distributed by the China International Book Trading Corp. (Guoji Shudian).

Fu, W.-K. a., C.-m. Wang, et al. (1963). Chung-kuo i hsüeh wai wen chu shu shu mu = Catalogue of publications on medicine in China in foreign languages, 1656-1962. Shanghai, Shang-hai Chung i hsueh yuan I shih po wu kuan.

Fukushima, G. (1980). [Chodo Inoue's advocacy of Chinese medicine in Tokushima Prefecture in the Meiji era].

Fulder, S. (1982). The tao of medicine: ginseng, oriental remedies and the pharmacology of harmony. New York, Destiny.

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