• More Children Going to Chiropractors As more people are going to chiropractors studies in well-respected journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, as well as the popular press is beginning to pick up and report on this trend. Several N...
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  • More Children Going to Chiropractors 2 The June 6, 2002 issue of the Boston Globe reports on a phenomenon becoming more common, children under chiropractic care. The story states: "Chiropractors' offices, once filled with middle-aged cons...
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  • More Children Taking Central Nervous System Drugs The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) April 17, 2002 issue published a Health Agency Update titled, "More Children on CNS Drugs". This article reports on a study funded b...
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  • More Kids Receiving Psychiatric Drugs In the January 14, 2003 issue of the Washington Post is a news story that reported the results of a study done at the University of Maryland in Baltimore on the drastic increase in psychiatric drug use in chil...
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  • More Parents Refusing to Get Kids Vaccinated The above headline comes from the Feb. 9, 2004 issue of the AMA News. The article came with a sub-title that read, " Physicians are increasingly confronting parents who are concerned about the safe...
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  • More People Using Non-Medical Care From the September 4, 2001 issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine comes an article with the long title, "Perceptions about Complementary Therapies Relative to Conventional Therapies among Adults Who Use Bo...
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  • Morning Sickness Could Be Beneficial to Fetus The above headline comes from the May 2, 2000 Reuters Health Information service. The article goes on to say, "morning sickness may be natures way of ensuring that the developing fetus gets the pr...
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  • Most Drugs Prescribed to Children Have Never Been Tested on Children A story initially appearing in the November 11, 2007 issue of the Baltimore Sun, titled, "Untested medicine" exposed the fact that, as author Stephanie Desmon stated in...
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  • Most Get Mediocre Health Care The above mentined headline originate from a March 16, 2006, Associated Press story by Jeff Donn that appeared in numerous newspapers and online outlets. This article was based on a report published in the March 16th ...
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  • Most Older Adults Use Alternative Healthcare A Reuters Health News release on April 11, 2005 reported on a new investigation that reveals more than 70 percent of adults aged 50 or older use some form of non medical care that the report referred to...
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