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ICA Issues New Practice Guidelines|
Forwarded by the ICA
Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada in early June, ICA's Board of Directors gathered to celebrate the Association's 74th year of service to the chiropractic profession and the public, and to map out an aggressive set of goals for the coming year. Reporting to the Annual Meeting of...
More Ritalin And Prozac Being Prescribed|
From Yahoo News comes an article titled: "Ritalin And Prozac Combination Used by More Children"
The article is based on the results from a study that show evidence of an increasing number of Ritalin and Prozac prescriptions, as well as "various combinations of similar stimulants and antidepress...
Court Rules Anthrax Vaccine Unsafe and Hazardous|
The headline reads: "Anthrax vaccine unsafe - Airman will not face court martial"
Many of you may have heard about Sgt. Mike Kipling, a former air force sergeant who refused to take the anthrax vaccine and was to face a court martial for doing so.
As reported in the Alberta News, on Fr...
Chiropractors and Vaccination|
From the April issue of PEDIATRICS comes a very interesting article titled: Chiropractors and Vaccination: A Historical Perspective
An interesting point to note is that this is from the April issue of PEDIATRICS, and the topic is CHIROPRACTIC. Not a big deal until you notice that the Archiv...
Network Film Crews Focus in on the Practice of Chiropractic|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
West Los Angeles local doctor of chiropractic offices receive some television attention thanks to Planet Chiropractic and the growing use of TV content creators using the internet to research topics and make contacts.
Dr. Luke Cohen of Pacific Palisades, and Dr. Jef...
Structured Treatment Interruption: Medical Breakthrough|
By Michael Dorausch, DC
Last week the Los Angeles Times reported that AIDS researchers are finding that gaps in drug therapy have helped some AIDS patients.
The approach is called structured treatment interruption or STI. The theory behind STI is to stop giving drugs and allow the immune ...
Optimists vs. Pessimists: Optimists Prevail!|
A new report published in the February issue of the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings suggests that a positive mental outlook leads to a longer life.
The report suggests that "individuals who profess pessimistic explanations for life events have poorer physical health," according to research...
Death From Liposuction: 1 in 5,000 Patients|
Results from a recent survey published in the January issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, indicate that approximately 1 in every 5,000 patients receiving liposuction by a board certified plastic surgeon in the United States over a 4-year period died from complications of the procedure.<...
Unlicensed Drugs Being Prescribed To Children|
The January 8th issue of the British Medical Journal reports that two thirds of children in a recent study, in European hospitals have received unlicensed drugs.
The practice of prescribing drugs that have not been approved for use in children is widespread, European researchers report. The...
Workers' comp claims to be processed online|
Healtheon/WebMD Corp. and HNC Software have announced plans to process workers' compensation and auto injury claims on the Internet beginning this summer.
The hope is that by eliminating the traditional paper-based claims system, the companies estimate that the average cost of processing an...
Cloned sheep not genetically identical|
NEW YORK, Sep 13 - Dolly, the sheep cloned by Scottish scientists in 1997 -- arguably the most famous farm animal in the world - is not identical to the ewe from which she was cloned, new research confirms.
Reporting in the September issue of Nature Genetics, Wilmut and colleagues at the Columb...
Flu Vaccine for Pregnant Moms|
By Darrel Crain, DC
How is it possible that the wealthiest nation on the planet has an infant mortality rate higher than just about every other industrialized country? Help is finally on the way for solving this dilemma, or so I thought when I first noticed the headlines announcing new recommen...
Chiropractic 101: An Aspiring Chiropractor|
Planet Chiropractic News
Dear Dr. Michael Dorausch,
My name is Melissa, and this fall I will be a junior at the University of Southern California. I am writing you this email because I am interested in being a chiropractor. I have done some research online and while looking around, I found y...
Is Medical Science an Oxymoron?|
by Darrel Crain, Chiropractor
Today's topic is Medical Science, one of the most expensive and prominent enterprises in our country. The time has come to give the scientific theories of medicine a checkup and find out how healthy they are. First though, we need to review the basics of real scien...
ICA Celebrates Chiropractic Founder's Day 2006|
The chiropractic profession is celebrating its 111th year of service to the public today. A new and innovative approach to health and healing, the practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between the structures of the human body, primarily the spine, and function as coordi...
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