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Tellin' The Story
By Super CA Lynne Gawley-Hofstetter
I had an awesome opportunity to do one of my favorite things this week, talk chiropractic to strangers. I set up an information booth at one of our local malls. It's really funny to see the silly things people do when they realize it is a chiropractic booth. ...
Chiropractic and Pregnancy: Greater Comfort and Safer Births
By Jeanne Ohm, D.C.
(Originally Published in the I.C.P.A. Newsletter May-June 2002)
How can chiropractic add comfort?
Chiropractic care in pregnancy is an essential ingredient to your pre-natal care choices. A large percent of all pregnant women experience back discomfort/pain during preg...
Young Chiropractor Passes Away

On February 17th, 2003, Dr. Peter Figueroa, a recent graduate from Life University (September 2002), passed away. He was 32 years old.

9.14.1971 - 2.17.2003
Arrangements & Viewing:
Tillman Funeral Home
2170 South Military Trail
West Palm Beach, FL 33415
Antibiotic Misuse and Public Misunderstanding
by Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is hoping to cut down on the use of unnecessary antibiotics by mandating warning labels on prescription packaging, according to recent news reports. The inappropriate use of antibiotics has been a major contributor to the problem ...
Monday Morning Message --- Why do we accept things...
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
Why do we accept things that we don't want in our lives?
I remember when Tony Robbins came on the scene many years ago and I bought his stuff like many of you did too. The message that became more clear to me than any other in his tapes is that we are often motivated...
HIPAA, Incidental Uses and Disclosures, & Sign-in Sheets
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Disclaimer: The information contained here is provided free of charge. It is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or a substitution for obtaining legal advice from an attorney licensed in your state.
Using sign-in sh...
The Other Side of the Needle
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
It appeared in the New York Times, on Thursday January 30th, health-care leaders had serious doubts about the president's smallpox vaccination program that would involve the very health-care professionals asked to administer or receive the vaccine.
How many people...
Texans Round Up Former Life Students
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The news in the Pasadena Citizen reads...
"When a small university in Georgia lost its accreditation, Texas Chiropractic College sent its director of admissions to the campus to recruit students who were looking to graduate from an accredited program. Life Univers...
The Hex of Drugs Like Celebrex
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
According to a recent study, the arthritis drug Celebrex does not protect ones stomach from dangerous bleeding ulcers as well as previously thought.
You've probably seen them on TV, Celebrex and two new similar anti-inflammatory drugs get lots of advertising time,...
An Intensive Care Experience
By Anonymous
I stood over her, watery eyes, passion and love consuming every crevice of my soul. I stared intensely through that polyurethane plastic cover as she was clinging for her dear precious life. Tubes going in and out of every orifice of her body, electrodes taped and branded on her li...
New Coalition Organized to Defend Chiropractic Independence
Forwarded by FSCO Member Communications
According to a newly formed coalition, chiropractic is in danger of being taken over by a group of medically oriented chiropractors and organizations who are trying to change the very nature of the profession, and in the process minimizing the profession'...
Step #17 to a Hundred a Day
By Dr. Rick Wren
Step #17 to a Hundred a day is actually Advanced Success Principle #7 (Set Daily / Weekly / Monthly / Yearly / Lifetime goals). You have often heard that most people plan more for their vacation, than their whole life. Setting goals for your life takes time and effort.
If ...
Bad Things Happen To Good People
By Adam R. Tanase (Tri-7 Student, Logan College of Chiropractic)
Bad things happen to good people - It's a part of life. Events occur that we simply cannot control or explain. Although we
might not like them, we have to find the strength and courage to work our way through. I was raised to ...
Chickenpox Vaccine Not as Effective as Thought
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
One Dose, two Dose, three dose, four, five dose, six dose, seven doses more... just how many chickenpox vaccine injections does it take to prevent one from actually getting Chickenpox?
The following news headline this morning caught my attention, "Chickenpox Vacci...
Step #16 to a Hundred a Day
By Dr. Rick Wren
Step #16 to a Hundred a Day is actually Advanced Success Principle #6 (Use precision adjusting with high energy). This is a difficult concept for new practitioners. We graduate from Chiropractic College thinking that an adjustment doesn't compare to medical surgery in value. So...
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