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Autism, mercury poisoning, thimerosal and the flu vaccine
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
About two weeks ago, news reports began showing up online suggesting that the flu vaccine was found safe to be used in children under the age of two.
The study looked at immunization records for more than 45,000 children and researchers determined that the intramu...
Medical study links SIDS to brain stem problems
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. staff writer
Researchers in Boston yesterday released a study suggesting that babies who die of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, have serious abnormalities in the brain stem region, which controls breathing and heart rate.
The recent findings...
Vaccine Related Autism Cases Killed in Press
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
When it comes to the press, the near 5000 parents suggesting vaccines were the cause of their child's autism and who are seeking compensation from a federal vaccine fund, have a better chance of getting Paris Hilton elected as president in 2008 than they do getting th...
Migraines and Increased Risk of Stroke
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Research from the Department of Neurology at the University of Maryland school of medicine is suggesting that women who suffer from migraines accompanied by visual symptoms (often called an aura) have a slight increased risk of stroke, especially if they are smokers, a...
10 Most Expensive Health Conditions
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
A 76 billion-dollar medical bill is enough to give anyone a serious heart condition. The Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ) released a report earlier this week, suggesting the cost of the 10 most expensive health conditions in the US was more than $500 ...
Too Bad Joe Was Not a Spine Plumber
By Michael Dorausch, DC
Everywhere I've looked on the Internet these past 48 hours I've seen searches related to Joe the Plumber. It's reached the point that search engines are even suggesting related terms such as obama plumber and joe the plumber keating. What about all the "normal" plumber...
Is chiropractic medicine gaining traction online?
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The information in this article is intended for chiropractors and involves a report on the status of current terms or phrases appearing in search engine log data. The author has been studying search related web logs for more than 10 years with a specific emphasis on ch...
Tuna, or not tuna? That is the question
Weekly Topics in Chiropractic Health
By Darrel Crain, D.C.
Are you mad for tuna? Do your fillings make you crazy? Are you getting stuck with more than the flu? The answer to these questions is held by Mercury, the swift messenger of the Roman gods, who kindly lent his name to the small plane...
Chiropractic Wife Candice Michelle in April Playboy
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Candice Michelle, known to many as the "Go Daddy Girl" for her appearances in the popular commercials that first aired during the 2005 Super Bowl, is featured in this months April issue of Playboy magazine. What many people don't know is that Candice Michel...
Phoenix Chiropractor is Talking the TIC
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
I've just returned home from another weekend in Phoenix, Arizona. I like hanging out with other chiropractors. Even more so, I like hanging out with other like minded chiropractors. Even more so than that, I like having what I call DE Moments.
Years ago, when I us...
Slip and check - Live and learn - Life Chiropractic News
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
Some day I'd like to write a book about balance. First I need to learn something about it. I have a tendency to jump into things with everything that I got. Sounds pretty heroic if I didn't have a whole lot of things going on in my life at the same time. I get my eye plan...
Lifestyle can affect your life
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Can you imagine that? Health news services today are reporting on studies that have found most heart attacks are caused by an unhealthy lifestyle.
The studies have indicated that about ninety percent of those with severe heart conditions have one or more risk fact...
Chiropractically Speaking
(from our latest office newsletter)
by Dr. Stew Bittman
The first principle of chiropractic states that there is a Universal Intelligence in all matter, which maintains everything in existence and gives it all its properties. A Creator, if you will. A Unifying and All-Knowing Presence, that ...
Your Computer Mouse May Bite
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
A recent study found that the more you use your computers mouse, the greater were your chances of suffering problems in your hand, wrist, neck and shoulders.
This is a subject that I have quite a bit of personal experience with as I used to perform an average of 1...
New national studies show combined HRT boosts stroke, dementia
By David Williamson / UNC News Services
CHAPEL HILL -- Last March, a multi-center national study made headlines by concluding that taking a combination of the hormones estrogen and progestin did not improve the quality of life for women who are free of menopause-related symptoms but did expose ...
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