CDC Study Says Most People Seeing Chiropractors Are Paying for Care
A January 2016 report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics showed that even though insurance affects how people purchase healthcare, more people than ever are choosing to pay for their chiropractic care. The report was based upon the National . . .Read More
Eating White Bread, Corn Flakes and Puffed Rice Raises Lung Cancer Risk
HealthNewsLine.net published an article with the above headline on March 7, 2016. The article was based on a study published by the American Association for Cancer Research in their journal, Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers & Prevention. . . .Read More
More Chiropractic Equals Less Opioid Use
A study published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT) on March 28, 2016, showed that when there was more spent on chiropractic services, or more chiropractors in an area, there was overall less opioid usage. . . .Read More
Lowering the Bar: Adult ADHD, a Risky Diagnosis?
The above headline comes from a September 10, 2016, article on MedPage Today that calls into question the growing numbers of adults taking ADHD medications. The article begins by noting that opioid abuse has recently been the focus of much public attention, but less talked about is the growing problem . . .Read More