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Intra-arterial chemotherapy of brain cancers by Mark Levin Posted Wed 01 Sep 2010 7:23am The brain-blood barrier is considered  to be a major obstacle for delivering chemotherapy to brin tumors and obtaining durable disease control in patients with high-grade gliomas. Intra-arterial drug injection after selective catheterization of cerebral arteries has been performed in some small clinical trials in order to achieve higher drug ... Read on »
NEWLY RELEASED STUDY CONFIRMS: Chiropractic Does Not Increase Risk of Stroke by Hristos K. Giannos, D.C., M.S. Posted Tue 20 Jan 2009 8:51pm NEWLY RELEASED STUDY CONFIRMS: Chiropractic Does Not Increase Risk of Stroke by  American Chiropractic Association Study: Chiropractic Does Not Increase Risk of Stroke A new study finds there is no evidence of excess risk of stroke following chiropractic spinal manipulation, according to a February 2008 report in the journal Spine. ... Read on »
Science, sometimes - stroke and chiropractic by Stephen M. Perle, DC, MS Posted Sat 17 Apr 2010 4:00am Image via Wikipedia The Connecticut Board of Chiropractic Examiners ruled on the issue of informed consent.  There was a hearing on a declaratory ruling regarding informed consent and stroke .  The board heard four days of testimony (which are available as videos at CT-N ).  Although the board's ruling hasn't yet hit the internet where I ... Read on »
Study: Smoking speeds up male ... by John R. Posted Mon 13 Feb 2012 7:50am Study: Smoking speeds up male cognitive decline This is somewhat of a surprise. There have been a lot of reports stating that nicotine has a protective effect against dementia. That they found the effect among men only is also strange -- and suggests that there was more going on than they were aware of. Perhaps the smokers were more stres ... Read on »
What do chiropractic adjustments do to your anatomy? by Brad W. Medical Student Posted Tue 28 Oct 2008 9:46pm Last week I visited a chiropractor for the first time since moving to Vermont. I went to him because, for several years now, I've experienced varying degrees of pain or discomfort at various levels of my vertebral column: lower cervical, mid-thoracic, lower lumbar, all on the left side. I have to say, I'm kind of annoyed by the left side of my body ... Read on »
A great article from Bottom Line Secrets-Why doctors hate chiropractors by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Tue 18 May 2010 5:49pm I found this great article in Bottom line secrets, it deals with health care spending and how chiropractic works as well as or better than conventional modalities, including exercise programs, drug regimens and surgical intervention, for treating many forms of low back and neck pain, two of the most common medical complaints. ... Read on »
pulsatile tinnitus - Are you looking for a Pulsatile Tinnitus Cure? by beyondtinnitus Posted Thu 28 Jul 2011 5:03am     Tinnitus, (pronounced tih-NIGHT-us or TIN-ih-tus) is a ringing, swishing, or other type of noise that typically caused by trauma to your eardrum or a health condition.  If you have been looking for a pulsatile tinnitus cure, you have probably come across many different remedies on the web. Pulsatile tinnitus is caused by a c ... Read on »
Pot calling the kettle black by Stephen M. Perle, DC, MS Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 12:00am I have discovered a real stroke of genius. If one says often enough and has enough money to put billboards up that a chiropractor caused a stroke, then it must be true. Madison Ave. discovered this years ago. Here's a news piece about the billboards and the women who put them up. ... Read on »
The blood pressure roller coaster has left the station... by jmead1970 Posted Mon 05 Dec 2011 6:43pm I have always had problems with my blood pressure but recently (for about the last month and a half or so) it seems to be all over the place. My neurologist tries to keep it a little above normal because I only have one vertebral artery leading to my brain (for those of you who have not been following my blog for awhile my stroke was caused by a ... Read on »
Read the News Today? Oh Boy. by Dr. Brett K. Doctor of ChiropractyHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 11:13am News: something frequently full of hot air and worthy of setting on fire. “Did you see that thing on the news?” asked my patient of 13 years. I was sure I hadn’t since I rarely watch or read news anymore.  I guessed she was talking about the same story that was catching most local people’s attention, “Oh, about the bear who fell out ... Read on »