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Acupuncturist Joeming Dunn sees the body with a physician's eye. That's because his eye is attached to the brain of a trained medical doctor, though he's practiced acupuncture for the last 15 years and contributed to two acupuncture textbooks. Dr. Dunn views the ancient Chinese technique not only as an alternative to Western medicine but also as a supplement. With the diligence of a scientist and the precision of a bluegrass banjoist, he applies needles along the body to relieve allergies and muscular pain, as well as help clients lose weight and quit smoking.