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examiner.net

by Dr. Michael Jones

August 18, 2011

Chiropractors and pediatricians agree backpacks are a problem for a child's spine.

It is usually not the backpack by itself that causes the issues, but rather the improper carrying of the bag as well as overloading that can lead to headaches and neck, shoulder and lower-back pain. The question that arises with backpacks is how heavy is too heavy?

totalgymdirect.com

by Dr. Michael Mantell

January 21, 2017

As many as 40% of Americans deal with insomnia, and most of those people use pharmaceuticals like Lunesta or Ambien to help them deal with it. Here are some natural tips to help deal with your insomnia, and get back on the sleep track.

"You're not healthy unless your sleep is healthy," - Dr. William Dement, father of sleep medicine "A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor's book." - Old Irish proverb I don't know too many doctors who have "sleep books" that include much else beyond Ambien, Lunesta, Rozerem, Sonata, Halcion, Restoril and Desyrel, the common drugs used to treat insomnia. Side effects like drowsiness the following day, confusion, inattentiveness, and drug tolerance and dependence are enough to push you through the withdrawal symptoms and not look back. Did I mention drug interactions, rebound insomnia and the possibility that these medications may mask underlying problems?

Cordele Dispatch

by Dr. Paul Reese

October 23, 2007

Osteoarthritis is commonly considered a "wear-and-tear" process and is associated with degenerative changes in the disc.

This derangement causes an increased strain, as well as a loss of motion of the gliding joints of the spine. These gliding joints (facets) are found in pairs, along the entire spine, and their function is to allow for movement and flexibility of the spine.

Integrative Laser

by Dr. Perry

October 24, 2007

Have you been lookig for the "Miracle Relief" for pain? Cranial Laser Release and Class IV laser therpy are about as close as you can get!

It is well known that there are places or points that exists on the human body, outside the obvious hardwired nerve pathways, that can control or influence another part of the body's physiology. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture is the 3000+ year old study of the meridians of the chi that flow throughout the entire body.

prlog.org

by Dr. Steve Digles, DC

April 29, 2011

Fibromyalgia is a chronic disease characterized by multiple tender points, muscle pain and fatigue that affects as many as six million people in the U. S. The condition is much more common in women than in men.

Symptoms include pain in all four quadrants of the body, sleep disturbances, headaches, painful menstrual periods and irritable bowel syndrome. Some women experience morning stiffness, restless leg syndrome and cognitive issues. Therapy consists of nutritional and behavioral changes to relieve stress and improve muscle and nerve function.

The Chiropractic Journal

by Dr. Terry A. Rondberg

June 1, 1992

It is no surprise that many reporters still think of chiropractic as a treatment for senior citizens and blue collar workers. The concept of chiropractic for children is still new and perhaps a bit startling to the general public.

Researchers conclude, "This study has shown that children raised under chiropractic care are less prone to infectious processes such as otitis media and tonsillitis, and that their immune systems are better able to cope with allergens such as pollen, weeds, grasses, etc., as compared to children raised under allopathic care."

mindbodygreen.com

by Dr. William Cole

January 22, 2014

Millions of people struggle with low thyroid symptoms, and millions more experience the symptoms of a low thyroid only to have their labs come back negative. They're told they are "normal," and are left with no answers.

Symptoms like anxiety, irritability, depression, brain fog, weight gain and fatigue can debilitate lives for decades. One major underlying factor that isn't being addressed in the standard model of care is toxins. Whether they're synthetic or natural in nature, toxins are a piece of the complex thyroid puzzle. Here are 11 offenders that may be affecting your thyroid function:

vitalitymagazine.com

by Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, Md, M.Sc.

January 19, 2017

The massive heart attack which took the life of former finance minister, Jim Flaherty, on April 10 has focused public attention on the potential dangers of prednisone.

Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid used widely for numerous acute and chronic inflammatory conditions like asthma, temporal arteritis, autoimmune diseases (ie. Bullous Pemphigoid, Crohn's disease) and numerous skin conditions (especially eczema and hives). Its basic effect is to suppress the immune system's natural inflammatory response.

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.

modernfarmer.com

by Elizabeth Royte

December 6, 2013

One mainstream farmer is returning to conventional seed - and he's not alone. Staring at a future of lower corn prices and higher inputs, Huegerich decided to experiment. Two years ago, he planted 320 acres of conventional corn and 1,700 with GMO corn.

To his delight, the conventional fields yielded 15 to 30 more bushels per acre than the GMO fields, with a profit margin of up to $100 more per acre. Hugerich Isn't the only farmer retreating from GMO seeds. In pockets across the nation, commodity growers are becoming fed up with traits that don't work like they used to. Not only are the seeds expensive (GMO corn can cost $150 more per bag than conventional corn), they're also driving farmers to buy and apply more chemicals. During the growing season, Huegerich sprays both his conventional and his GMO corn twice with herbicides and twice with pesticides, despite the GMO's theoretical resistance to rootworm. "It gives me peace of mind," Huegerich says. Between 2001 and 2010, the consumer advocacy group Food & Water Watch reports, total on-farm herbicide use increased 26 percent as weed resistance grew. Today, 61.2 million acres of cropland, including many of Huegerich's, are plagued by glyphosate-resistant weeds.