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Senate Bill 2

Section 1. Amend Title 24, Chapter 7, of the Delaware Code by adding a new section as follows: “718. Opinions and Testimony. Any chiropractor who is duly licensed as a chiropractic practitioner under this Chapter shall be deemed competent to offer opinions in the...

Senate Bill

DELAWARE STATE SENATE 142nd GENERAL ASSEMBLY SENATE BILL NO. 2 with Amendments as passed by The Senate 1/21/2003 AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 24 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO THE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE:...

Scientific Theories of Chiropractic

Chiropractic is based upon three related scientific theories: 1. Pathological disease processes may be influenced by disturbances of the nervous system. Many factors have been implicated as impairing health, such as hereditary and genetic anomalies; improper...

Salon Sinks & Neck Pain

Salon Hair-Washing May Harm Necks Trenton, NJ (AP) – Ouch! Leaning your head back over a hair salon sink for a shampoo could cause far more than fleeting discomfort. Researchers at the New Jersey Medical School in Newark say people with neck problems who frequently...

Prescription Drug-Maker’s Profits Soar

WASHINGTON (Reuters) 11/30/01— The drug industry, which spends more than any other industry on consumer advertising in the United States, is also the most profitable, researchers said on Thursday. The Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization that does...

Orthopedics Today Recognizes Value of Chiropractic

from Orthopedics Today An orthopedics publication may not seem a likely place to find an article praising chiropractic, but perhaps Orthopedics Today has started a trend. The February 2003 issue of the magazine dedicated to “current news in musculoskeletal health...

NSAIDs- Non-Steroidal Anti – Inflamatory Drugs

Over 41% of NSAIDs Prescriptions “Unnecessary” NSAIDs Use in U.S. Accounts for 7,600 Deaths and 76,000 Hospitalizations Every Year A recent Canadian study presented in the Annals of Internal Medicine1 discovered that “unnecessary prescriptions for NSAIDs or other...

NPR Interview – Medical Malpractice?

from NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO — August 6, 2004 BROOKE GLADSTONE: Last month, a panel convened by the National Institutes of health recommended new levels for cholesterol so low that many more Americans would have to take expensive drugs to meet them. Then we learned...

Migraine Headaches

It is hard to pass a row of magazines at the grocery store check out without seeing perhaps a dozen-or-so Natural Headache Remedies or some other Miraculous New Way to Be Headache Free. Sometimes there are two or three women’s magazines and a health book or two that...

Manga Report

A Study to Examine the Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Chiropractic Management of Low-Back Pain by 1. Pran Manga, Ph.D. 12. Douglas E. Angus, M.A.23. Costa Papadopoulos, MHA34. William R. Swan, B.Comm.4 August 1993 1 Professor and Director, Masters in Health...

Human Bodys Work Hard Daily

No machine can compare to the human body, which can do all this with a minumum of conscious control and awareness: As an average adult during an average day: You exercise 7,000,000 brain cells. You speak 48,000 words. Your heart beats 103,689 times. Your blood travels...

Delaware Interesting Facts

First State Delaware was the first state to ratify the federal Constitution — December 7, 1787, becoming the first state in the Union. And because of this, according to “Delaware Facts” (from State of Delaware Web page), Delaware is given the first position in such...

Chiropractic Glossary

Anatomy Articulation: A joint formed where two or more bones in the body meet. Your foot bone, for example, forms an articulation with your leg bone. You call that articulation an ankle. Atlas: Another name for the first cervical vertebra, which is located at the top...

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