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American Chiropractic Cheerleader|
A web site called americancheerleader.com is holding a photo contest this week and the winner will be on the cover of the sites national publication. Why is that information posted here and what does it have to do with chiropractic? Read on.
Well, there's a very special contestant in this p...
Toy and Drug Recalls|
Yesterday, several featured news headlines related to various toys that are being recalled in the United States appeared across the web. The pharmaceutical industry could learn a lot about public responsibility if they would simply adopt some of the practices seen in these toy recall announcemen...
Scientists And Conflicts of Interest|
More news this week regarding researchers and organizations who sponsor medical research. According to reports, they can expect increased scrutiny from federal regulators who are looking for potential financial conflicts of interest. According to an article published on Yahoo News, the increased...
Kill the Pain and Maybe Your Baby|
A report featured on MSNBC.com and ABC News.com suggests that common non steroidal anti-inflammatory painkillers may be linked to an increased risk of miscarriage. According to the articles, researchers found that women taking non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) suffered more miscarri...
Talk Your way to the Top!|
Create an Attention-Grabbing Chiropractic Speech Title
By Larry Duboff, D.C.
When you choose the right speech title you will create more interest in your chiropractic presentations. This will help you to schedule more talks with ease, and increase the number of people who attend them. ...
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...
Drug Interactions Worry Chiropractors|
An article from today's Yahoo News suggests that more than half of all Americans are taking at least two different medications daily, and therefore, should be made aware of possible drug interactions.
It's very simple, the more medications you take, the greater your risk for unwanted side e...
Mayor Responds to Ritalin Article|
Written in response to: Scandal! They Haven't Tested Ritalin on the Children It's Prescribed For!
To the Washington Post,
After watching "All the President's Men" tonight during a tribute to the beloved Jason Robards, we believe you are willing to listen to reason and print it, even wh...
Winnie the Pooh Takes Ritalin Too|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
According to an article distributed on Cox News Service, some pediatricians in Canada suggest that Winnie the Pooh should be taking drugs to control his attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
An imaginary bear taking a mind altering medication for a condi...
7 Step Formula To Destroy Chiropractic|
By Yannick Pauli (and forwarded to us by numbers of DC's in Canada)
7 Step Formula To Destroy Chiropractic
or the secret of what ever happened to chiropractic at CMCC?
Hello everyone! Was just reading an interesting piece today. It is an article by Dr. Igor Steinman published in the Sep...
Thousands Still Die From Medical Error|
It's been nearly a year since we first reported with news that "thousands are dying yearly from medical errors." That article was based on a 1999 report that suggested that "medical mistakes kill anywhere from 44,000 to 98,000 hospitalized Americans a year."
Today, news headlines from Cox r...
Hemorrhagic Strokes and PPA - More News|
Although most of the world spent last week watching news of America's Presidential race, news regarding the recall of Phenylpropanolamine (PPA) continued to stream across the wire.
While most major drug and supermarket chains have chosen to pull products containing PPA off of their shelves,...
Doctors Say Never Give Aspirin to Kids|
By Michael Dorausch, DC
From WebMD comes an article titled, "Is aspirin safe for kids?"
According to the article, experts say "you should never give any kind of aspirin - even baby aspirin - to kids." The article goes on to say that, "while so-called 'baby aspirin' is still available in s...
Drug Related Deaths Minimized by FDA and Drug Maker|
Today's Los Angeles Times reports that the "FDA Minimized Issue of Lotronex's Safety -- Times study finds officials sided with drug maker on regulatory concerns. Agency reevaluation is underway."
According to the report, five people taking the drug Lotronex have died and yet the drug has on...
Drug Found Effective But Side Effects Include Death|
Women are dying for a new treatment of irritable bowel syndrome, literally.
According to a report on ABC News, several women have reportedly died from taking a new drug called Lotronex, which is intended to be used for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.
The report states that t...
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