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The Relationship Between Intensity of Chiropractic Care and the Incidence of Childhood Diseases

From the abstract: A pilot study was undertaken to determine if a relationship existed between the incidence of childhood diseases and intensity of chiropractic care. The analysis of the data focused on non-vaccinated children who did not contract the disease in question. The results suggest that intensive chiropractic care (i.e. more than seven visits per year and more than one year of care) increased resistance to the common childhood diseases. Future research on a large scale is needed.

Rose-Aymon S, Aymon M. Prochaska-Moss G, Moss R, Rebne R, Nielsen K.   Journal of Chiropractic Research, 1989 (Spring): 70-77.