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The Role of Nutrition in Breast Cancer Prevention and Survival

About 12% of women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer at some point in their life and experts project that some 40,000 women will die in 2011 from Read More

Losing Your Mind From Back Pain

It might sound strange, but multiple studies now document the morphologic changes in the brain as a result of chronic pain. The brain gets smaller! The morphological changes involve a Read More

Whiplash Update

This past year a substantial number of peer reviewed publications addressing whiplash associated disorders (WAD) have appeared in the scientific literature.  These manuscripts examine a broad spectrum of topics including Read More

Vitamin E Increases Cancer Risk?

Numerous studies have investigated the possible role of vitamin E in cancer prevention.  Early studies cast a favorable light on preventing prostate as well as other forms of cancer.  These Read More

The Power of Blueberries

Although the blueberry is small it has the potential to provide huge health benefits.  The basic science and clinical science published this year underscores their importance.  In summary the research Read More

Mistletoe-for-Kissing--Health

There is controversy over the origins of the tradition of kissing under mistletoe at Christmas and similar controversies extend to the use of mistletoe to promote human health. A review Read More

Carotenoids, Vitamin E and Osteophytes

For the first time, lumbar spine osteophyte formation has been linked to levels of carotenoids and vitamin E.  “The levels of carotenoids and vitamin E were significantly lower in subjects Read More

Therapeutic Ultrasound and Tendon Injuries

While its use is in decline, many chiropractic practices still commonly use Therapeutic Ultrasound in the treatment of patients. The latest Practice Analysis of Chiropractic (2010) suggests that 63% of Read More

Alcohol & Colorectal Cancer: Increased Risk or Prevention?

Over the last quarter century there have only been a half dozen studies that examined the potential relationship between alcohol consumption and colorectal cancer.  The early research suggested there was Read More

Health Center Evaluates Chiropractic

There has been conflicting research and an ongoing debate regarding the cost value of chiropractic.  At the center of the debate is the question:  Does chiropractic add to or reduce Read More

Diagnostic Imaging Case Report: A 39-year-old female reports with chronic back pain

Hello.  My name is Jack Henry, DC, DACBR.  I am Radiologist-in-Chief of Radiology Diagnostics, LLC, an industry leader of Chiropractic Radiology Services and Digitized Spinographic analyses.  All of our services Read More

What Does the Future Hold for Chiropractic?

The ACC/RAC meeting this past weekend (March 15th & 16th) featured a keynote speaker, Clem Bezold, PhD, Chairman and Senior Futurist, at the Institute for Alternative Futures.  Dr. Bezold and Read More

New Evidence on Spinal Manipulation

In a recent randomized controlled trial following guidelines-based care by Bishop et al. (2010), significantly greater improvement for acute mechanical low back pain of 16 weeks or less was achieved Read More

Recommendations-to-the-Musculoskeletal-Health-Network-Health-Department-of-Western-Australia-related-to-the-Spinal-Pain-Model-of-Care-made-on-behalf-of-the-Chiropractors-Association-of-Australia-Western-Australian

Abstract The 2009 Spinal Model of Care published by the Western Australian Health Department via the Musculoskeletal Health Network would benefit from an update. Best-evidence synthesis and cost-risks-benefits estimations suggest that Read More

Survey Attributes, Development, Utilization, and Interpretation in Healthcare Research

This information is provided to you for use in conjunction with your clinical judgment and the specific needs of the patient. John Ward, DC, MA, MS Abstract Introduction: Surveys are important for the evaluation Read More

Acupuncture and Seasonal Allergies

Symptoms of running nose, sneezing, and watery itchy eyes that recur during specific parts of the year (especially Spring and Fall) are a cause of much suffering of a large Read More

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