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cleveland.com

by Dr. Daniel Neides

February 20, 2017

I am tired of all the nonsense we as American citizens are being fed while big business - and the government - continue to ignore the health and well-being of the fine people in this country.

I, like everyone else, took the advice of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) - the government - and received a flu shot. I chose to receive the preservative free vaccine, thinking I did not want any thimerasol (i.e. mercury) that the "regular" flu vaccine contains. Makes sense, right? Why would any of us want to be injected with mercury if it can potentially cause harm? However, what I did not realize is that the preservative-free vaccine contains formaldehyde.

news.investors.com

by Rep. Devin Nunes

June 12, 2015

For decades, extreme environmentalists have tried to remove 1.3 million acres of California farmland from production by depriving farmers of water.

From Merced all the way down to Bakersfield, and on the entire west side of the Valley as well as part of the east side, productive agriculture would end and the land would return to some ideal state of nature. I was stunned by the vicious audacity of their goal - and I quickly learned how dedicated they were to realizing it. Much of the media and many politicians blame the San Joaquin Valley's water shortage on drought, but that is merely an aggravating factor. From my experience representing California's agricultural heartland, I know that our water crisis is not an unfortunate natural occurrence; it is the intended result of a long-term campaign waged by radical environmentalists who resorted to political pressure as well as profuse lawsuits.

stuff.co.nz

July 4, 2012

Manawatu chiropractor Greg Oke's skills won't be needed at the London Olympics, thanks to a "polyclinic" in London which has put him out of the job.

Oke has been to two Olympics as the New Zealand team chiropractor - Athens in 2004 and Beijing in 2008 - and was also part of the teams that went to the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne in 2006 and Delhi in 2010.

mamamia.com.au

by Monique Bowley

May 21, 2015

Coles' prices may be down down but one man has accused the company of helping consumers get up up on a drug induced high, selling Marjoram willy nilly.

The herb, with sweet pine and citrus flavors, is synonymous with oregano, with varieties including sweet marjoram, knotted marjoram, and even "pot" marjoram. It goes brilliantly with roast chicken, tomato based dishes and quiche. There are no known cases of it causing a disorientation, lack of physical coordination, often followed by hysterical laughing, paranoia or sudden and unexplained craving for snack food.

theorganicprepper.ca

March 2, 2017

Over the past couple of years, I had the unpleasant experience of having bloodwork done to confirm that I am gluten intolerant, only to have it come back and say, "Nope, you're just crazy."

It's happened to scores of other people, who pass the test for the anti-gliadin antibodies but still know that their health issues directly correlate with what they eat. Now we may know why. The tests were right. I'm not gluten intolerant. I'm poison intolerant.

American Medical Association News

by David Glendinning

December 13, 2004

Orthopedic surgeons call for a study of outcomes under the demonstration program.

Starting next spring, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will begin paying licensed chiropractors in four states for services beyond manual manipulation of the spine to correct pre-diagnosed malfunctions.

dramyneuzil.com

April 10, 2016

We've talked about the MTHFR mutant problem before (right here) but haven't really addressed the actual taking of methylfolate. We mutants are out there, walking among you unable to convert regular old folic acid into methylfolate.

I will stand with pride among you my brothers and sisters because yes, I too am a mutant. Deep shuddering sigh. As it turns out, using gene markers alone to plan a healthy nutritional protocol is not as straightforward as it would seem. The reason being that every system in the human body has a glorious level of redundancy - we are literally designed to fail in eight hundred ways and still function normally. Simply having the MTHFR mutation doesn't actually mean that high-dose methylfolate like Deplin® which is prescribed in either 7.5 mg or 15 mg doses is a good idea.

dynamicchiropractic.com

May 6, 2013

On April 18, 2013, in an historic victory for the chiropractic profession, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that MAC lawsuits against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) and Blue Care Network (BCN) could move forward as class-action lawsuits, meaning that damages could be awarded. Michigan Association of Chiropractors (MAC) President Dr. Dennis Whitford was elated with the victory, which he called a "tremendous win and important step on the road to overall victory" in the lawsuits.

The Daily Record

by Craig McQueen

February 15, 2010

LOUISE KENNY was only seven when she suffered her first migraine. The attacks put her in hospital, forced her to quit university and left her with depression.

Doctors tried various treatments without success, leaving the vibrant 23-year-old's family helpless as the regular attacks left her a shadow of her usual self. But now Louise, is feeling positive about the future after her migraines were controlled by an intensive course of chiropractic treatment.

dailycaller.com

September 22, 2015

Far more adults than anyone thought are seeking help from chiropractors, according to a new nationwide Gallup report.

That's about 63 percent more than the 20.6 million adults previously estimated in less comprehensive studies, and likely indicates that the "chiropractic first" movement touted by health experts troubled by the overuse of addictive drugs and surgery has become increasingly popular.