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Nike Women's Marathon San Francisco
by Daria Belov
San Francisco: Massive crowds gathered today in San Francisco's Union Square district in preperation for Sundays October 21st Nike Women's Marathon. Thousands of women were getting registered, receiving foot massages, back rubs, pedicures, and getting treated to beverages such as...
COCSA Annual Convention November Saint Pete Beach Florida
Have you registered for the COCSA Annual Convention November 12-14th, 2009 in St. Pete Beach, Florida? We are getting closer to white sandy beaches, cold fruity beverages, and the COCSA Convention!
Have you met the General? - Thursday November 12th - Join us for dinner with Gen...
California state law now requires fluoridation of municipal water
By Darrel Crain, D.C.
"Water, gentlemen, is the one substance from which the earth can conceal nothing. It sucks out its innermost secrets and brings them to our very lips." By coincidence, Jean Giraudoux wrote these words in 1945, the same year fluoride was first brought to American lips throu...
CREW Chiropractic Mission to Panama 2004
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The CREW (Chiropractors Restoring Energy Worldwide) will be returning to Panama on January 31st, 2004. All year chiropractors email me and ask about this mission trip. A link for your registration form is below.
Of the many questions that I am asked, these are som...
The Not So Benign Antibiotic
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Massive amounts of antibiotics have been purchased by Americans during the past few weeks as a result of fear. A fear of sickness or even death from agents such as anthrax has many Americans concerned and some have already began taking various drugs in hopes of "preven...
Cola bad for bones in women
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Colas may be causing bone loss in women
A study involving 2,500 people revealed that drinking cola was linked with low bone density in women regardless of their age or calcium intake.
Low bone mineral density was seen in three different locations of the hip, ...
It's Cold Gin Time Again - Daily Drink or Two Good for Heart
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. staff writer
(note: if you take any of this too seriously you could probably use a drink.)
A new study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, suggests that moderate drinking reduces heart attack risks for healthy men. If you're planning t...
Vitamin envy and spin doctors
By Darrel Crain, D.C.
In the brave new world of medicine, spin doctors are emerging as the most powerful of doctors. While the clinical doctors are busy trying to stave off the suffering and premature death of their patients using drugs and surgery, the spin doctors are busy capturing market sh...
Fluoride in the Fountain
By Darrel Crain, D.C.
Fluoride enthusiasts are having their way here in California, having succeeded in prying open the valve that controls additives to municipal water. Fluoride has the distinction of being the only chemical (so far) to be added to public water for the purpose of treating the ...
Geeks Interested in Nutritional Values
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Fitness gurus and health nuts are not the only ones interested in nutritional data and the counting of calories. Even computer techies are beginning to take notice and opt for healthier choices when it comes to satisfying one's daily nutritional needs. Who would've tho...
The Cellular Side of the Story on Health
By Darrel Crain, D.C.
There are so many diseases to choose from these days, no one seems to know exactly how many there are. I have heard estimates from medical experts of least 10,000 different ways to be sick. By remarkable coincidence, many of these diseases were discovered and described jus...
Oct Nov ChiroCalendar Events and Activities
By Daria Belov
This is the time of year chiropractors and other small businesses should be thinking about marketing for 2009. There are four events taking place during October and November (and one in early December) where chiropractors can gather together and hammer out marketing for the upcom...
2009 Super Bowl 43 - Superbowl Schedule and Guide
By Daria Belov
UPDATE: Check the Superbowl XLVI Schedule and Guide for details on Super Bowl 2012 between the New York Giants and New England Patriots.
Super Bowl 43 (XLIII) kickoff is tomorrow in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Pittsburgh Steelers will be taking on the Arizona Cardinals in the N...
New York Sugar Beverage Soda Tax
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Would a tax on sugary soft drinks result in improved health benefits for the people of New York? According to an article in the New England Journal of Medicine, the answer may be yes. According to New York City Health Commissioner Thomas Friedan and Kelly Brownell, di...
Santa Monica Los Angeles Metro CCA Chiropractors October Meeting
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
California Chiropractic Association (CCA) member and non member chiropractors gathered on Wednesday, October 21st, for a combined Los Angeles Metro and Santa Monica District CCA meeting/presentation. The event, which featured chiropractic attorney Shawn Steel, was hel...
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