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Profits in the schoolyard: Apples, Pears & Soda Pop
By Darrel Crain, Chiropractor
"Yes, as a matter of fact I did attend junior high school many years ago," I told my son. "Wow, dinosaurs still roamed the earth back then, didn't they Dad?" he smirked.
"I'll have you know we even had a vending machine on campus!" I said this to impress him w...
Things you may consider when choosing a chiropractic school
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Choosing a chiropractic school can be an easy decision for some future chiropractors as they may simply go where their parent/s or doctor/s went. For many future students of chiropractic, thoughts of location, cost, level and length of education, licensing exam prepara...
Can You offer Advice about Chiropractic Schools?
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
I have been receiving lots of questions from people searching for information regarding various chiropractic schools, mostly those in the United States. In an effort to better answer some of these questions I began doing some research of my own. What I discovered was t...
MVA's leading cause of school bus-related injuries for children in USA
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. staff writer
According to a new study, from the Center for Injury Research and Policy (CIRP) at Columbus Children's Hospital, the number of kids in America injured in nonfatal schoolbus accidents each year is more than double the estimates suggested in ...
Backpacks and Schoolyard Drugs 2007
by Daria Belov
The 2007 September Labor Day holiday is officially over and children across the United States are heading back to school. In the spirit of the school yard, we took a review of some school related articles posted to Planet Chiropractic during the past several years, and organized ...
Los Angeles Chiropractic School Has New Alumni Association Board of Directors
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The alumni association a Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles, California (CCCLA) has announced a new Board of Directors. The CCCLA alumni Association has also added a Facebook page for chiropractic school alumni to keep in touch regarding postgraduate activi...
No Chiropractic Schools in Los Angeles
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
What chiropractic schools are in Los Angeles? That is a question patients in my office frequently ask. They also want to know where I went to chiropractic school, how much it costs, and how long will it take to graduate. For those that are truly interested, I share as...
Chiropractic Educational Institutions & Chiropractic School
By Dr. Bobby Braile, Chiropractor
I have a great idea. Let's dream up a scenario that is totally illogical, totally impossible, and could never happen. And let's make it a defining moment in chiropractic. So, where do we start?
Let's start our fantasy by having the largest school in chirop...
More Than Half of all Primary School Children Taking Drugs
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
It's not just kids in the U.S. folks. Children throughout the world are being over-medicated by doctors and their own parents.
A survey was conducted to find if children were at risk of being over-medicated. The recent Melbourne (Australia) study found more than h...
"Back College" Collects School Backpacks For At-Risk Children
From the Life West News Service
HAYWARD, Calif. August 30, 2001 - For the fifth straight year, the students, staff, and faculty of Life Chiropractic College West worked together collecting numerous new backpacks for local at-risk children who were returning to school.
The Life West Annual ...
Chiropractic Schooling With Reggie
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Students at Cleveland Chiropractic College Los Angeles, Club Chiropractic, have long been dedicated to promoting the importance of chiropractic philosophy. At the beginning of every trimester, they sponsor an entire week of philosophy and invite five dynamic, philosoph...
Medical School Applications Drop in 1999

Nando Health/Science reported the results of a survey today stating that medical school applications have dropped in 1999 marking three straight years in a row of decline.
According to the article, applications dropped 6% from 1998 to 1999 and although possible reasons for the decline were ...
School Acquiesces Into Mediocrity

From the Chicago Tribune comes an article titled: "School Expands On Backbone Of Its Therapies"
The headline continues to read, "After Years of Focusing on Chiropractic, a Lombard college is branching out by adding new treatments."
The college is National Chiropractic College and accor...
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...
Report slams scoliosis screening in schools
NEW YORK, (Reuters Health) - Screening for scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of the spine, in schools is not effective and often identifies children who never receive treatment, according to a study published Wednesday in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

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