The Importance of Renaming Healthcare

The Importance of Renaming Healthcare By: Dr. Rachel C. Smith Unfortunately, these day and age, everyone has some knowledge of the problems with Insurance and the “healthcare system” we are immersed in and moving towards. No doubt our “healthcare system” is a tornado that is about to touch down. Our “health care system” is going bankrupt. Everyone has noticed the trend of...
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Benefits for Asthma

Benefits for Asthma Asthma Patients May Benefit From Spinal Manipulation The above were the findings of a research project conducted in Australia where 420 patients were studied. On October 5th 2002 at the 9th International Conference on Spinal Manipulation in Toronto, Ray Hayek, Ph.D., head of the investigative team told the assembly that patients afflicted with asthma may benefit from spinal manipulation in terms...
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World’s Health Systems

World’s Health Systems WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ASSESSES THE WORLD’S HEALTH SYSTEMS The World Health Organization has carried out the first ever analysis of the world’s health systems. Using five performance indicators to measure health systems in 191 member states, it finds that France provides the best overall health care followed among major countries by Italy, Spain, Oman, Austria and Japan. The findings...
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Acetaminophen Use

Acetaminophen Use Acetaminophen Use Associated with Asthma, and Decreased Lung Function The May 3, 2005 Medical News Today reported on a study that showed that Acetaminophen, more commonly known as Tylenol, if used daily was associated with a greater prevalence of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), as well as directly related to decreased lung function. The original study was published in...
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Non-Medical Care

Non-Medical Care More Americans Seek Out Non-Medical Care A series of stories appearing on May 28, 2004 through PRNewswire and other news outlets reported on a study released the day before by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM). The study reveals that 36 percent of Americans are incorporating non medical types of care, what the study refers to as, “complementary and...
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