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Infant Reflexes by Cheri Fraker Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Infant Reflexes Reflexes are involuntary movements or actions. Some movements are spontaneous, occurring as part of the baby's usual activity. Others are responses to certain actions. Reflexes are markers that help identify normal brain and nerve activity. Some reflexes occur only in specific periods of development and then are integrated and ... Read on »
New York Chiropractor by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Fri 06 Jan 2006 12:00am www.drshoshany.com Spinal Decompression By Thomas A. Gionis, MD, JD, MBA, MHA, FICS, FRCS, and Eric Groteke, DC, CCIC The outcome of a clinical study evaluating the effect of nonsurgical intervention on symptoms of spine patients with herniated and degenerative disc disease is presented. This clinical outcomes study was performed to eval ... Read on »
Is your nose running? Part I by Tom Plamondon Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 5:54pm Runny nose or rhintis affects almost everyone.  Symptoms include nasal drainage either out the nose or down the back of throat, itchiness (in allergic rhinitis both the eyes and nose itch).  Here we list common causes rhinorhea (runny nose), focus on allergic rhinitis and note the potential for secondary sinus infection. Common causes of rhi ... Read on »
"I Love, but do not Like my Baby!" by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 2:52pm I was rather shocked by the perspective of the young mother referred by my colleague, Gale. "Gale thought you could help me out," the young woman explains. Eli was Samantha's second baby. He was a planned child, born healthy and full term. Labor and delivery had gone well, breastfeeding was successful, and Mom had two months of maternit ... Read on »
"I 'Love" but do not "Like" my baby! by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 2:52pm I was rather shocked by the perspective of the young mother referred by my colleague, Gale. "Gale thought you could help me out," the young woman explains. Eli was Samantha's second baby. He was a planned child, born healthy and full term. Labor and delivery had gone well, breastfeeding was successful, and Mom had two months of maternity le ... Read on »
"I 'Love' but do not 'Like' my baby!" by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm I was rather shocked by the perspective of the young mother referred by my colleague, Gale. "Gale thought you could help me out," the young woman explains. Eli was Samantha's second baby. He was a planned child, born healthy and full term. Labor and delivery had gone well, breastfeeding was successful, and Mom had two months of maternit ... Read on »
Tics and Toxins: The Crazy History of Conversion Disorder by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Apr 2012 12:00am By Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill If you want to know what’s wrong with the diagnoses of “conversion disorder” and “mass psychogenic illness” recently given to high school girls with tic disorders in New York State, the place to start is not the rural villages of LeRoy and Corinth but the cosmopolitan metropolis of Vienna, Austr ... Read on »
"I love, but do NOT like my baby!" by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 May 2012 8:17pm I was rather shocked by the perspective of the young mother referred by my colleague, Gale. "Gale thought you could help me out," the young woman explains. Eli was Samantha's second baby. He was a planned child, born healthy and full term. Labor and delivery had gone well, breastfeeding was successful, and Mom had two months of materni ... Read on »
"I Love But Do Not Like My Baby!" by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 2:52pm I was rather shocked by the perspective of the young mother referred by my colleague, Gale. "Gale thought you could help me out," the young woman explains. Eli was Samantha's second baby. He was a planned child, born healthy and full term. Labor and delivery had gone well, breastfeeding was successful, and Mom had two months of maternit ... Read on »
"I 'Love' but do not 'Like' my baby!" by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 Oct 2009 4:00am I was rather shocked by the perspective of the young mother referred by my colleague, Gale. "Gale thought you could help me out," the young woman explains. Eli was Samantha's second baby. He was a planned child, born healthy and full term. Labor and delivery had gone well, breastfeeding was successful, and Mom had two months of maternity le ... Read on »