Archives for May, 2008
The apparent dangers of high blood pressure and the frequent recommendation of prescription drugs to reduce the problem create a seemingly constant flood of both media warnings and advertising. Now, the results of a recent study could shed an entirely different light on the source of the problem.
A study recently concluded in Chicago found that [...]
With more and more teens participating in sports these days, the chances for an accident or injury to the neck, spinal column, and back are higher than ever. In few other sports than pole vaulting, is the possibility for a life-changing injury possible with every attempted leap toward the sky.
One dramatic case of a 17-year-old [...]
You may have read about this girl or even seen her on your TV screen. Her name is Jennifer Mee. She lives in St. Petersburg, FL. She had a case of hiccups that continued for 37 days running. Lots and lots of remedies and treatments failed to give her any relief.
What you may not have [...]
Two pieces of legislation, very important to veterans and to chiropractors alike, are now making their way through the U.S. House of Representatives. Introduced in March 2007, by the chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, Rep. Bob Filner (D-CA), the legislation would not only direct the federal government to expand Chiropractic benefits in the [...]
People who suffer bouts of vertigo will gladly subject themselves to numerous tests and remedies to find the source of the problem. Whether it’s just a few minutes of dizziness, or a full blown attack of whirling and nausea –– the condition is pretty unpleasant.
Doctors often scratch their heads while looking into a patient’s ears, [...]
You might be surprised to learn what types of jobs are the most likely to cause back pain problems for workers. If you guessed jobs that involve lots of physical effort and heavy lifting, the information that follows could provide a whole new look into potential back problems in your own occupation.
People who “sit down [...]
A woman who had been suffering from hand pain for 40-some years finally found relief when she visited a chiropractor.
As a post-polio sufferer, the 69-year-old retired civil servant had a number of health issues over the years including limited flexion of the fingers of her left hand. This hand was very important to her as [...]
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