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Death Connected To Anthrax Vaccine|
Today's Nando Times headlines read "Michigan death connected to anthrax vaccine." (you may have to read that twice, I thought it said someone died as a result of getting vaccinated)
According to the article, a county medical examiner has linked a mans death to the "11 doses of the anthrax v...
The Health of HealthCare Stocks|
What is going on in the internet healthcare arena? During the past year we have heard and seen articles, news broadcasts, commercials, and numerous advertisements from companies such as Healtheon/WebMD, PlanetRX, DrKoop.com, Drugstore.com and others.
These multi-billion dollar "health care"...
Guinea Pigs For Vaccination Industry|
by Barry Forbes, email@example.com
Source: The Tribune, Mesa, Arizona, July 16, 2000
Reprinted with Permission
We're just guinea pigs for vaccination industry
A recent newspaper story pegged the U.S. vaccination rate at 79%, an all time high. That's good, right?
Olympian Commitment By Dr. John J. Johnston|
July 23, 2000, Sacramento, Ca. -- Today at the U.S.A. Olympic Trials for Track and Field, Gainesville, Florida's own Clark sisters made history, just like we hoped they would. Joetta Clark qualified for her fourth Olympics, running just behind her younger sister, Hazel, and sister-in-law, Jearl....
By Dr. Jeff Ptak
The prevention of disease seems to be of major concern to many people these days. The public is beginning to exercise to prevent heart problems and cut down on cholesterol to prevent cardiovascular disease. They are quitting their smoking habits to prevent cancer, and on and o...
Florida School Of Chiropractic Medicine|
Article forwarded by Drs. Steven White and Michelle Whitney.
By Tom Klapp, D.C.
Florida State University has opened a "school of Chiropractic Medicine."
NACA members, it's official, there will be a school of chiropractic medicine in the College of Health and Human Sciences at the Flor...
From Diabetes to Death - FDA Takes Diabetes Drug Off Market|
Several sources are reporting today that the Diabetes drug Rezulin has been pulled from the market since it has been linked to at least 61 deaths.
The FDA requested on Tuesday that the drug be removed due to its risks of use and reported deaths associated with its use. At least 61 individuals h...
Why Chiropractic? by Dr. Howard Fleischer|
Why Chiropractic? The answer may not be as simple as some of you think. Some of you may have begun care for one reason or another but anyone that has remained on has probably done it for the right reasons. Let's start with the alternatives to Chiropractic. There is only one that I can think of - run...
Medicine Gives Us A Longer Life?|
By Dr. Jeff Ptak
According to US Gov't statistics, if you live to be 40, your chances of living to be 70 or 80 are about identical to a 40 year old who lived 200 years ago. That is right. Said a different way, if you got to see your 40th birthday in 1800, your chances of living to a ripe old ag...
Are We Over-Drugging American Boys?|
According to a recent article on ABCNEWS.com, In 1998, nearly 5 million people in the United States - most of them children - were prescribed Ritalin. Production of Ritalin, the chief drug used to treat Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), is up 700% since 1990 and boys are diagnosed with ADD four ...
2012 Super Bowl Commercials Raise Eyebrows|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
Racy advertisements on Game Day have been raising eyebrows long before GoDaddy Girl Candice Michelle (wife of a chiropractor) was featured in a 2005 wardrobe malfunction Super Bowl Ad, but thanks to the Internet, people can (and do) tweet real-time, their distaste for b...
Parker College of Chiropractic Student Wins Cowtown Marathon|
Parker Chiropractic News
(Fort Worth, TX) -- Parker College of Chiropractic student, Logan Sherman placed first in the annual Cowtown Marathon. The marathon consisted of 20,000 runners this year. Sherman established himself as an elite leader of the pack early on in the 32nd annual 26.2-mile...
Why All Workers Need Regular Chiropractic Care|
By Kristin Scheimer
An ugly two-inch long and quarter-inch wide dark pink scar is slashed across my right shoulder. This is the remnant of what will most likely be the last office job I will ever have. It is, however, not the only remnant. I also have the misfortune of being one of over 50 mill...
Tiger Woods Wins British Open: A Chiropractic Story|
By Michael Dorausch, Chiropractor
The news began appearing on Sunday, Tiger Woods had again won the British Open. Hours later, news agencies began reporting on American cyclist Floyd Landis and his winning of the Tour de France. Tiger Woods is the second golfer to win back-to-back British open ...
Chiropractic Group Endorses Jerry Brown as Candidate for Attorney General|
CCA Announces Endorsement of Jerry Brown Candidate for Attorney General
Fax received by the CCA on 09/29/06
The California Chiropractic Association is pleased to announce the endorsement of former Governor and mayor of Oakland candidate Jerry Brown for the office of Attorney General. Please ...
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