Americans are spending billions out-of-pocket for chiropractic services and other complementary health approaches, indicating they see value in their investments, according to authors of a new report by NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- Foundation for Chiropractic Progress surpasses 15,000 members
- William Moreau, DC, serves as chief medical officer for Team USA at Rio 2016 Olympic Games
- Department of Defense honors Standard Process Inc. supervisor for patriotic support
People who can’t shop for fresh food close to home are more likely to have early signs of heart disease, a new study finds. Researchers examined data from nearly 6,000 adults who had an initial heart CT scan and several follow-up scans over 12 years. The availability of fresh food near their homes was key to the condition of their arteries, according to the study published Aug. 15 in the journal Circulation.
- Healthy fats can help prevent Type 2 diabetes
- Text messaging with smartphones triggers a new type of brain rhythm
- Most americans are eating better but programs needed to improve overall diet for many
Standard Process Inc., manufacturer of whole food nutrient solutions, has committed to donate $500,000 towards the University of Western States’ (UWS) capital campaign. The donation will help the Portland, Oregon University build the Standard Process Commons.
- Foot Levelers introduces 2 initiatives to help prevent injury in youth sports
- Foot Levelers opens training center for DCs ready to take their orthotics practice to the next level
- Scoliosis Journal publishes article on the safety of chiropractic scoliosis treatment
Today at The National Convention and Expo, ChiroHealthUSA announced the recipient of ChiroHealthUSA Foxworth Family Scholarship in honor of President Ray Foxworth’s parents, Betty Pace Mathews and Charles Vernon Mathews, DCs. ChiroHealthUSA awarded $10,000 to Amber Horsley, a chiropractic student at Texas Chiropractic College, and made an additional $10,000 donation to the school.
- Logan University celebrates its 180th commencement
- Interns join chiropractic health center at Sherman College
- NYCC holds July commencement for seven graduate programs