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Medical Profession & "Business As Usual"|
Ushering in The "Golden Age" of Chiropractic
by Sid Mouk, DC
The Medical Profession Is Still Doing "Business As Usual"
Basic thinking in medicine seems to have always been that the human body is a poorly designed mechanical structure that is prone to breakdowns and att...
Where Should Chiropractic Be?|
By Dr. James Sigafoose
Where should the Texas Chiropractic Association be in five years? One national organization to protect this profession, create a profession that is truly portal of entry, primary care physician that most of us want? Training for pharmaceuticals, etc...
In 10 years, ...
Subluxation Validity & Skepticism|
Note: The commentary below is in response to recent articles appearing in various publications regarding subluxation "theory." It is authored by Dr. Sal Martingano.
In reading Dr. Homola's article in "Skeptic Magazine" and "The Scientific Review of Alternative Medical & Aberrant Medical Pr...
America's Health Care System|
By Dr. Eugene ONeill
Practical definition of insanity: to keep doing what has been done, yet expect different results.
Yes, that's where America's health care system ranks according to the World Health Organization, (WHO) Number 37! Maybe we need to spend more? Well, in that ...
P.M.D.D. - New Syndrome, Same Old Story|
By Madeline Behrendt, D.C.
Woman, Go to the mirror. Life is captured in our face. What do you see?
Eyes that are our personal camera, they catch and record the moments of our days - of landscapes, of faces, of how the world looks back at us. Our nose has catalogued memories of so many sce...
Chiropractors Embracing The Internet|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
How many chiropractors believe that the Internet will make the practice of chiropractic easier and will help to improve the quality of chiropractic care provided during the next few years?
A recent survey which appeared on Yahoo News! suggests that medical doctors...
Rewarding Kids To Take Drugs|
According to a recent MSNBC article, a little bit of incentive and can go a long way in getting kids to take drugs. Researchers recently reported on a program that offered reward points to kids that regularly took their prescribed drugs and followed doctors' orders.
According to one of the ...
Where Do Consumers Go For Health Advice?|
By Georgeanne Gaulden, M.A., M.S.
According to an article in the Business section of the December 4th, 2000 edition of The Dallas Morning News, "online medical advice is sought more often than shopping or investment information."
A recent study funded by the Pew Internet and American Life ...
Who Needs Permission?|
The American Academy of Pediatricians has recently told its member doctors that they should begin to counsel parents about alternative medicine practices. While chiropractic is not an alternative to anything, except ignorance, the AAP decision brings light to a concern affecting the medical fiel...
A Two Trillion Dollar Health Care Bill|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
According to an article published by Nando Media, U.S. Government estimates show that "health care" cost Americans a record $1.2 trillion last year. The article states that prescription drugs are accounting for nearly 10 percent of the costs related to maintaining one'...
Fellow Midwives of the Truth|
By Stew Bittman, D.C.
I just returned from the ICA Membership Convention in San Francisco, and it was a bit eerie. Not only was the crowd small and the energy akin to a wake, there was hardly anyone there that I knew! Very strange. I'm glad I went, though. I got my 12 hours! I got to hang out w...
Upcoming ICA Election for President|
Forwarded by Dr. Tom Klapp for members of the International Chiropractors Association
It's happened in Florida and Rhode Island.
It's happening right now in Vermont. Your State may be next!
An Urgent Message From Dr. Tom Klapp
About the Upcoming ICA Election for President
(Call 1 8...
Letters to NBC regarding ER Broadcast|
Forwarded by PROVE
(Thank you to the folks at PROVE and the NVIC for their hard work and dedication of continually shining the light on these issues.)
NBC's television drama ER contained a highly controversial story line about a family who chose not to vaccinate their children, and one of ...
Shots in the dark?|
From The National Vaccine Information Centers E-News
This refreshing commentary by two courageous and principled physicians, comes at a time when the National Vaccine Information Center is receiving more reports from parents that they are being threatened by physicians, p...
Where Do We Stand? - Guy Riekeman, D.C.|
by Guy Riekeman,D.C.
Since we are often asked for our stand on issues in the chiropractic profession, Palmer College of Chiropractic has begun a formal process to develop position statements. Once created, these statements will be used for a variety of public purposes and audiences. They will n...
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