Mike Adams, editor at Naturalnews.com, just posted another fantastic article about the continued use of mercury in dentistry, and the unwavering support of the FDA, AMA, and the top officials in dentistry. Mr. Adams concludes that the use and support of mercury amalgams really comes down to aRead More >
I have to admit I am getting a little nervous about the new baby coming. I play it cool most of the time, and I don’t have any bad experiences from the birth of Gordon. However, I do remember a couple of weeks prior to Gordie’s arrival, myRead More >
You shouldn’t have to be a parent to recognize the devastating impact that Sudden Infant Death Syndrome could play in a family. It is a syndrome that I have seen medicine link to: mattresses, cribs, parents, genetics, vaccinations, as well as admitting they are not very sure ofRead More >
This really made my evening when I saw a post from Dr. Jeanne Ohm, D.C., president of the IPCA. It is a fantastic interview and explanation on why it is recommended that children be checked by a chiropractor, and the benefits that can follow. In the last fewRead More >
No more antibiotics, and let the body heal itself. Were they talking to a chiropractor? Obviously not because the forgot to mention that chiropractic adjustments can relieve symptoms and ultimately allow the body to right itself when suffering from an ear infection.
In a follow up to my original article on chiropractic helping children eliminate chronic ear infections with the help of a chiropractic adjustment, is a nice news story done last year about that very subject. Ear infections do not need to be a normal part of childhood, andRead More >
Have you ever run into somebody that always needs proof? Your word, your experience, and more often than not the endless amount of proof you provide for them isn’t enough either. Due to some of the stigmas and myths that revolve and evolve around chiropractic, I have aRead More >
One of the biggest misconceptions about many childhood ailments is that they simply come with territory, and the few spared were lucky, while the unlucky ones simply suffer. My favorite example of this are children who suffer from acute or chronic ear infections (Otitis Media.) My sister andRead More >