ccording to researchers at Wake Forest School of Medicine, bacteria that make up the gut microbiome may be the culprit. In a review of more than 100 current published studies in humans and rodents, the School of Medicine team examined how gut bacteria either enhanced or inhibited a drug’s effectiveness. The review is published in the Dec.11 edition of the journal EBioMedicine.
Both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed the Agriculture and Nutritional Act or Farm Bill, an $867 billion initiative that has had strong bipartisan support. Among the bill’s provisions is the legalization of industrial hemp, a cannabis strain which is critical to the U.S.’s burgeoning industry of products containing cannabidiol, or CBD.
With opportunity to attract more patients seeking safer, more conservative healthcare, Foot Levelers and ChiroCongress (Congress of Chiropractic State Associations) have partnered to produce marketing content designed to help the growth of Chiropractic services on a state-by-state basis. The Foot Levelers professional video staff traveled to the ChiroCongress Annual Convention in Austin, Texas, in early […]
Greeley, Colo.—The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners congratulates five winners of the $10,000 Annual Student Scholarship Competition. The scholarship program is administered by an independent third party, Brighthall, Inc., with President Claire Johnson leading the review and selection process. The winning essays for the 2018 competition are: • Alexa Beloyianis, New York Chiropractic College: An […]
According to the popular syndicated television show The Doctors, custom orthotics are a “BUZZ!” In a segment on products that ease back pain, their message was clear, if you’re looking to address the cause of back pain, don’t waste your time and money on off-the-shelf shoe inserts – custom orthotics are far superior.