Points of Interest 12/07/2016

An outbreak of mumps? Blame the anti-vaxxers

J Chiropr Humanit. 2016 Jul 20;23(1):35-45. eCollection 2016. Chiropractic Identity: A Neurological, Professional, and Political Assessment.. " have shown increasing commitments to research."

J Chiropr Humanit. 2016 Sep 3;23(1):68-76. eCollection 2016. Toxins, Toxicity, and Endotoxemia: A Historical and Clinical Perspective for Chiropractors. "…diet-induced systemic bacterial endotoxemia is a measureable state that is known to be promoted by a diet rich in sugar, flour, and refined oil. This suggests that bacterial endotoxin may be a candidate toxin to consider in the clinical context, as many common conditions, such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, interstitial cystitis, depression, and migraine headache, are known to be promoted by endotoxemia."

J Chiropr Humanit. 2016 Oct 25;23(1):46-52. eCollection 2016. Analysis and Adjustment of Vertebral Subluxation as a Separate and Distinct Identity for the Chiropractic Profession: A Commentary. "Identifying the chiropractic profession with a focus on vertebral subluxation would give the profession uniqueness not duplicated by other health care professions and, therefore, might legitimatize the existence of chiropractic as a health care profession. An identity having a focus on vertebral subluxation would also be consistent with the original intent of the founding of the chiropractic profession."

J Chiropr Humanit. 2016 Sep 8;23(1):22-28. eCollection 2016. Spinal Health: The Backbone of Chiropractic's Identity.

Points of Interest 12/08/2016
A Functional Medicine Case Report

Related Posts