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For dozens of years, the Chinese have practiced acupuncture, a healing method that corrects imbalances by stimulating specific points on the body that help energy, or qi, to flow smoothly. During most visits, nurses measure your qi pressure, which is similar to measuring your blood pressure except that inflatable thing is placed around your soul. After the procedure, the nurse removes the needles from your body and you're left with the perfect utensil set for bite-size cheese cubes. David Tucker at The Zen of Healing knows acupuncture. It’s what he does. His oldest patient is 354 years old.