A new study led by investigators at the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research, in conjunction with the RAND Corporation and the Samueli Institute, found that patients suffering from low-back pain who received chiropractic care in addition to usual medical care had better short-term improvements in low-back pain intensity and pain-related disability when compared to those who received usual medical care alone.
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Coffee. Cup of joe. Java. No matter what you call it, millions of people worldwide wake up and fuel their day with it. And though consumers might be jittery about the recent court battle in California over cancer warnings, experts say most of the science actually indicates coffee could have health benefits.
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Parker University has launched the Journal for Contemporary Chiropractic to facilitate the need for more access to scientific publications throughout the chiropractic profession. Parker believes so strongly in the value of the journal that costs are subsidized by the university in an “open-access” format.
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Northwestern Health Sciences University has created a sports chiropractic degree emphasis to allow students to focus on clinical care of athletes as they prepare for careers in this fast-growing field after graduation.
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