The October 15, 2015, issue of the Dynamic Chiropractic Magazine reported on a new study showing that both blood pressure and pulse rate are lowered after specific chiropractic adjustments. The original study was published in the June 2015 issue of the Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies.
This study was unique as it was a randomized. . .Read More
The Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics, produced by the Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics of the International Chiropractors Association (ICA), published a case study in their October 2015 issue documenting the case of recurrent ear infections being stopped under chiropractic care.
The study begins by pointing out that Otitis Media (OM or. . .Read More
A case study published in the October 2015 issue of the Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics documented the case of a boy suffering from developmental issues and dyspraxia being helped as a result of chiropractic care. The journal is published by the Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics of the International Chiropractors Association. . .Read More
The headline above comes from an October 30, 2015, news story from KMOV in St. Louis. The article features the fact that babies are seeing chiropractors at an increased rate. The story, by anchor Carolyn Long, begins by noting, "When a baby goes to the doctor, they typically see a pediatrician. But, more parents are taking their very young. . .Read More
A study published in the November 3, 2015, issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that nearly 3 in 5 American adults used prescription medication. According to the study, this represents the highest level in U.S. history.
In this study, researchers reviewed prescription drug use data for nearly 38,000 adults ages 20 and. . .Read More
The Commonwealth Fund issued a release on October 2015 with the title, "US Spends More on Health Care Than Other High-Income Nations But Has Lower Life Expectancy, Worse Health." The study looked at healthcare and outcomes of the top 13 income countries. The study showed that spending more money does not translate into better health.
The. . .Read More