Vegas catch up: three days worth after a long weekend in Sin City.
Judge Says Chiropractors Must Face RICO Charges. “Chiropractors who allegedly perpetrated a $2.3 million insurance scam must face RICO charges in a federal court, a federal judge ruled. Geico Insurance Company filed a lawsuit against KJ Chiropractic Center LLC, Wellness Pain & Rehab Inc., its two founders and a slew of individuals, called ”runners,“ who acted to advance an alleged scam based on fake accidents and injuries to willing third-party participants.”
Forest bathing: Healing yourself through nature. I hate the way all simple pleasures get medicalized: “According to Li’s experiments into the practice of forest bathing, walking in forests may prevent the onset of chronic illnesses like cancers; may reduce blood pressure, heart rate and stress hormones, and may create calming psychological effects through changes observed in parasympathetic and sympathetic nerves.”
Luffa echinata: Healer plant or potential killer. “We report a case of a 50-year-old gentleman, who presented with gastrointestinal bleeding, deranged liver function and shock following consumption of dried fruits of Luffa echinata soaked overnight in water.”
Opinion | HPV vaccine article shows a strong bias and only one side. “What the author failed to include was the fact that the International Conference on Vaccination is hosted by the National Vaccine Information Center, a well-known anti-vaccination organization. Clearly, this speech must have not been too “shocking” if it was being presented at an anti-vaccine conference.”
Veteran OKC chiropractor teaches techniques, treats children worldwide. ""With gentle realignments of the spine, the life force — or the vibrations that hold every cell in the body together — flows fr...
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Anti-vaxxer’s 6-year-old child in intensive care with first case of diphtheria in Spain since 1986
Parents of diphtheria-stricken boy feel “tricked” by anti-vaccination groups
“Homeopathy Helps Auti...
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