• Should Watchful Waiting Be Used More Often for Acute Otitis Media? Are antibiotics truly necessary for ear infections? An article in the October 2001 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine suggests otherwise. According to the article the medic...
    Published 2/15/2011
  • Slouching Could Be Better Than Sitting Up Straight Everyone at some point early in life has been scolded for slouching and told to "sit up straight". Now researchers are saying that slouching may well be better for your spine. This new r...
    Published 2/15/2011
  • Smallpox Vaccine Risky Even for Those Who Don't Get It The January 19, 2003 issue of the Seattle Times adds more controversy and fire to the debate on the idea of performing mass smallpox vaccinations in response to the threat of a terrorist a...
    Published 2/15/2011
  • Smoking During Pregnancy Damages Unborn Lungs In the Medical Tribune June 24, 1999 is an article reporting that New York Researchers have found that women who smoke during pregnancy may increase the chance of their children having certain behavior...
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  • Smoking During Pregnancy Results in Child Behavioral Problems In the Medical Tribune June 24, 1999 is an article reporting that New York Researchers have found that women who smoke during pregnancy may increase the chance of their children having ...
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  • Smoking in Late Pregnancy Linked to Lower IQ The March 5, 2005 issue of the British Medical Journal reports on a study that shows that mothers who smoke in late pregnancy risk having children with lower intelligence. The research found that young ...
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  • Snap, Crack and Pop Your Way Back to Good Health The interesting headline above came from the February 13, 2004 issue of the Cape Cod publication, The Barnstable Patriot. In this feature, the author Marion Rewcastle, writes about how she previousl...
    Published 2/15/2011
  • Some Important Thoughts on Children and Chiropractic How early should children be adjusted? Is it safe? Aren't their bones still soft? Why do they need adjustments? What if they cry? How can we afford it? All of these questions and more go ...
    Published 2/15/2011
  • Sore Throats Unnecessarily Treated With Antibiotics The above headline is from the September 12, 2001 issue of Intelihealth. The first sentence of the report then goes on to say, "Primary-care doctors are still unnecessarily prescribing antib...
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  • Spinal Cat The November 11, 2003 edition of the Indianapolis Star reported an interesting story about a chiropractor, Dr. Lincoln Kamell who not only cares for his patients spines, but once his Eastlake, Wash., office has cleared out, he extends h...
    Published 2/15/2011