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Z Wire

by Drs. Michael Cocco and Timothy Sweigard

December 8, 2004

Established in 1895, the chiropractic profession has grown to become the third largest health profession in the United States.

Chiropractic comes from a Greek word that means "effective treatment by hand". Chiropractic, as a healing art, is based on the understanding that a normally functioning spine and nervous system is critical to good health. Research has consistently proven that chiropractic gets people better faster with less cost and longer-lasting results than traditional medical care for back and neck pain.

youbeauty.com

May 24, 2014

The weekend of May 17, writer Lindsay Kujawa and her toddler son Ronin were at a family pool party. Kujawa sat at the edge of the pool while Ronin played on the top step of the spa, and for five seconds she shifted her position.

Suddenly, she noticed Ronin wasn't on the step and was instead being whirled around by the jets in the whirlpool, frantically trying to get his head above water. She pulled him out immediately and other than him coughing and being very upset, he seemed totally fine after a few minutes and they went on with the rest of the party.

yorknewstimes.com

by Dave Sjuts

July 2, 2013

Fremont native Dr. Marcus Paulson has taken over the practice at Absolute Health Chiropractic located at 216 East 7th Street, York. After finishing with a few classes at Midland University in Fremont, he then was accepted and attended the Palmer College.

Dr. Paulson will provide general chiropractic services here in the York and says he has a lot of experience with sports injuries. "I really like working with kids also," he stated. "I did a mission trip to India where we saw hundreds of kids. It's something I enjoy doing."

wsj.com

by Annie Gasparro

May 13, 2016

The Food and Drug Administration is kicking off a review of the 1990s official definition of "healthy" at the urging of food companies and lawmakers.

How is it possible a sugary cereal could be considered healthy but not almonds, avocados and salmon? Because the science of healthy eating has changed since the Food and Drug Administration wrote the current guidelines in the 1990s. Believe it or not, none of those foods would be considered "healthy" under the FDA's current guidelines.

WSAW (WI)

by Carrie Hutton

December 21, 2005

Migraine headaches started for Larry Wetzel at just four years old. It's the second most common reason why children seek chiropractic care.

Baker and her colleagues see patients much younger than Larry, even newborns. She says it's the result of more interference in the labor and delivery process and, the more stressful the birth, the more likely that the baby's spine can be affected. In older children, the spinal column can be out of alignment if a foot is turned out or in, hips and arms are not the same length, or if there's fatigue and joint aches.

worldtruth.tv

April 1, 2012

Despite mainstream medical establishments and media outlets portraying multivitamin supplements as worthless and oftentimes toxic, vitamins have led to 0 deaths over the past 27 years.

In contrast, pharmaceutical drugs were responsible for 3 million deaths, topping the death toll from traffic-related incidents. In 2009, pharmaceuticals were responsible for the death of 37,485 people nationwide. The statistics come from the Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers' National Poison Data System (NPDS), and the findings go against the claims of most mainstream doctors and medical officials, who claim that pharmaceutical drugs are the only 'science-backed' method to 'treating' illness. However, the report highlights the fact that pharmaceuticals oftentimes lead to death and countless other side effects...

World Chiropractic Alliance

April 10, 2005

Medical and scientific research, as well as overwhelming clinical reports, have clearly demonstrated the potential for risk posed by many commonly administered vaccines.

These same reports have indicated that the effectiveness of many of these vaccines has not been adequately proven. Based on such evidence, doctors of chiropractic have been joined by progressive medical doctors and public health administrators in questioning public policy regarding mandatory vaccines.

Woodlands Villager (TX)

by Deborah Rowe

November 3, 2005

The new Abundant Life Chiropractic Clinic in The Woodlands aims to educate and treat as many families as possible so they can reach their God-given health potential through natural chiropractic care.

"We provide our patients with the necessary tools that will enable them to live a healthy and more prosperous life in the absence of dysfunction and disease," he said. "Our mission is to be stewards of what God has called us to do in helping the community maximize the possibilities of life through health."

womensradio.com

by Janis Prout

December 18, 2012

Ever leave on a trip feeling great but return needing to recover from traveling? Chiropractor Janis Prout sees patients in pain daily. When they're getting ready for a trip, she helps them prepare, but often they return home sore and sadly subluxated.

Back pain from sitting is just one of the issues she helps with. Whether you're leaving on a holiday trip, traveling for business or dealing with a daily commute, she shares tips on how to end your trip in great shape.

womansday.com

by Alexis Hobbs

February 12, 2017

The holiday season is the perfect time get out those scented candles and stock up on new ones. Apple pie, pumpkin spice, and evergreen are some of our favorites - year round, really. But some of the results from recent studies have given us pause.

It started when we spied an article by John Naish of the Daily Mail - the reporter said he found evidence to suggest that scented candles could actually make us quite sick. And it's not just candles; apparently "aerosols, plug-ins, gels, and incense sticks" are also troubling. The fear lies in the chemicals that can be found in the fragrance and wax. While more research certainly needs to be done to make a truly definitive statement, some researchers feel that extended, long-term use of certain scented items might lead to asthma, lung damage, or - in extreme cases - even cancer.