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Kids Day New Jersey|
While searching for an article about chiropractic on "The Record Online", the online version of the Bergen Record (a Metropolitan New Jersey Newspaper), I came across some interesting classified ads and wanted to comment on them.
Kids Day America/International celebration focu...
Are Chiropractors Treating Cancer?|
From Yahoo news comes an article titled: Spinal Surgery Can Relieve Cancer Pain
The article discusses a report from British researchers offering spinal surgery to relieve the pain caused by some forms of cancer.
The article states that, "in some breast cancer patients, tumors can sprea...
Michigan Chiropractic Council Comments On Chiropractic & Children Article|
Be prepared to get angry when you read the following article from Reuters. (Link to study available below) What really raised my ire was the fact that the basis for the title had nothing to do with dangerous outcomes from chiropractic care but because so many children are seei...
Life Enhancement Family Chiropractic|
By Dr. George E. Logothetis, D.C.
America Has Finally Discovered The Difference Between Health care And Sick Care.
The past decade has marked an incredible increase in how our country has utilized alternative health care. In 1990 researchers estimated that over 425 million visits were ...
ICA Delivers Strong Subluxation-based Presentation To U.S. DVA|
ICA Delivers Strong Subluxation-based Presentation To Department of Veterans Affairs
Ronald M. Hendrickson, ICA Executive Director
Representatives of the International Chiropractors Association were among the participants in an historic meeting held on February 24, 2000 in Washington, D.C....
M.D.'s Hot - Wire Low Backs|
USA Today reports on Medicines newest techniques to relieve chronic back pain.
"Fixing serious back pain starts with determining its source, not an easy task." Medical experts are promising new treatments, such as heating injured spinal disks with heated probes and fusing unstable bones.
Welcome to Kid's Day America!|
That was what the banners said all across the country on Saturday, September 26th, 1999. Chiropractors, staff, and volunteers worldwide put on events in their communities to help promote a vertebral subluxation free world.
In Los Angeles, chapters from the Student International Chirop...
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...
World Federation of Chiropractic Elects New President|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
The World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) has elected Gerard W. Clum, D.C. as the new president of the organization. Dr. Clum is representing the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) in the northern region.
Dr. Gerry Clum is also president of Life Chiropract...
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...
Tour de France with Broken Back - O'Grady credits Chiropractic|
By Michael Dorausch, Chiropractor
Professional cyclist, Stuart O'Grady had some nice things to say about the chiropractic care he received during the 2006 Tour de France. Nowadays, it's rare for a top professional athlete not to be receiving chiropractic on a regular basis. A big thanks to all ...
Children, Chiropractic, and Backpacks|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
It's that time of year again, kids are heading back to school or getting ready to head back to school within the next week or two. They will be loading up with books, mobile phones, iPods and whatever else kids carry nowadays in those bags that often times appear that if...
Cola bad for bones in women|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
Colas may be causing bone loss in women
A study involving 2,500 people revealed that drinking cola was linked with low bone density in women regardless of their age or calcium intake.
Low bone mineral density was seen in three different locations of the hip, an...
Black Crowes, Harmony, Soul, and Chiropractic|
Black Crowes, Harmony, Soul, and Chiropractic
by Michael Dorausch
I was at a Black Crowes show tonight in Cabazon, California. In the spirit of reminding folks (myself) about the nature of relationships, events, and goings on in your world, I thought I'd share the following.
If music go...
America's population reaches 300 million|
by Michael Dorausch, Doctor of Chiropractic
planetc1.com staff writer
LOS ANGELES, CA -- According to the US Census Bureau, the population of the United States officially hit the 300 million mark sometime early Tuesday morning. While no one knows for sure just when the US population reached...
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