Pathways Magazine Articles

A Little “Ding” is No Little Thing!

A “ding” may be more serious than expected. After a “ding” on the field, shook-up athletes may sit on the sidelines for a little while, then, if they look okay, they often go back (or are sent back) into the game. According to a recent study, this may...

A Recent Study Claims: Chiropractors Do Not Raise Stroke Risk

A recent Canadian study indicates there is no increased risk of stroke related to chiropractic care. These findings help shed light on earlier studies that had cast a cloud on the chiropractic profession and suggested that their actions resulted in...

Also labeled: Issue #17, Wellness Lifestyle

ACOG’s Place-of-Birth Policies Limits Women’s Choices Without Justification and Contrary to the Evidence

In October 2006, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) released a Statement of Policy on “Out-of-Hospital Births in the United States.” Following feedback from ACOG members and from Childbirth Connection and many other...

Also labeled: Birth, Issue #16

ADD/ADHD: Holistic and Natural Approaches

Traditional Chinese Medicine Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine have different approaches to diagnosing and treating attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In the West, ADHD sufferers are usually prescribed...

Also labeled: Issue #25, Holistic Healthcare

Additional Dangers of Fluoridated Water Confirmed

On November 9, the American Dental Association (ADA) finally admitted that fluoride levels in common tap water could be dangerous for infants. The ADA recommended that fluoridated water should NOT be mixed into concentrated formula or foods...

Also labeled: Issue #14, Informed Choice

ADHD and Non-Medical Care

Parents seeking treatment for their child with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) often pursue alternative treatments to those offered by conventional medicine. A study conducted in Australia investigated how many parents with ADHD...

Also labeled: ADD/ADHD, Issue #05

ADHD Helped With Chiropractic: A Case Study

In the October 2004 issue of the peer-reviewed research publication, the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT), comes a case study of a child with ADHD (Attention-Deficit /Hyperactivity Disorder),who was helped with...

Also labeled: ADD/ADHD, Issue #04

Adjusting to a New Life

Parents often ask why a newborn baby should be checked by a chiropractor. Adjustments help alleviate spinal subluxations (misalignments of the vertebrae) caused by intrauterine constraint, abnormal positioning in the uterus, and spinal distress...

American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Family Physicians Develop Guidelines

For years, the literature has confirmed that antibiotic treatment for ear infections is not any more effective than placebo and actually increases the risks of reoccurrence. 1 Recently, the AAP and AAFP developed guidelines...

Also labeled: Issue #08

An Interview with Dr. Bruce Lipton

Earlier this year, ODOC had the opportunity to bring Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. and Dennis Perman, D.C., to our Spring Convention. From that association, Dr. Lipton had the opportunity to speak to the Masters Circle programs throughout America, which lead...

Andreas’ Story

If someone told me a year ago that I would be taking my son to see a chiropractor for his chronic sinusitis, I would have been a bit doubtful; not because I didn’t believe in chiropractic care (I had a very good experience with it myself), but s...

Another Reason for Chiropractic Care in Pregnancy

Many women have successfully utilized the service of chiropractors throughout pregnancy for the relief of back pain and discomfort commonly associated with pregnancy. Since the advent of the Webster technique, many women have started chiropractic...

Also labeled: Issue #05, Pregnancy

Another Reason to Support Midwifery Care

A new study showed, the only time caesarean section was found to be a safer alternative than vaginal birth was for babies who were in a breech position. But for normal, headfirst deliveries, the risk of the baby dying or suffering serious...

Also labeled: Birth, Issue #17

Antibiotics in the First Year of Life Increase Risk of Asthma

From a March 13, 2006, Reuters Health release comes a report that children who are given antibiotics early in life increase their chance of asthma later. This finding is from a study by Dr. Carlo A. Marra and colleagues at the University of British...

Also labeled: Issue #10, Antibiotics

Antidepressants in Pregnancy Affect Newborns

Infants born to mothers who take antidepressants during the final months of pregnancy can suffer mild to severe symptoms of drug withdrawal. Researchers reported that newborns exposed to antidepressants taken by their mother late in pregnancy have...

Also labeled: Issue #06, The Outer Womb

Antipsychotic Drug Use Among Kids Dramatically Increased

An AP story appearing on the May 3, 2006 InteliHealth website paints a disturbing picture of increased antipsychotic medication usage in children. According to a study done by Medco Health Solutions Inc., the four years ending in 2005 saw an...

As Vaccine Exemptions Double in Some States, CDC Officials and Vaccine Manufacturers Discuss Constitutionality of Exemptions

Publicly Publishing Lists of Unvaccinated Children and Prosecuting Homeschooling Parents for Neglect. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials, vaccine manufacturers and lawyers discussed the constitutionality of vaccine...

Also labeled: Informed Choice, Issue #16

Aspartame Induces Lymphomas and Leukaemias in Rats

Aspartame, a widely used artificial sweetener, was administered with feed to male and female Sprague-Dawley rats (100–150/sex/group), 8 weeks-old at the start of the experiment, at concentrations of 100,000; 50,000; 10,000; 2,000; 400; 80 and 0 p...

Autism Groups and Parents Protest Federal Autism Committee’s Deceitful Reversal on Vaccine-Autism Research

In a highly unusual departure from procedure, government representatives to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) voted on January 14th against conducting studies on vaccine-autism research despite approval of the same studies at...

Also labeled: Informed Choice, Issue #21

Autism: The Silent Enemy

“…Despite overwhelming evidence that MERCURY in vaccines containing thimerosal contributes largely to neurodevelopmental disorders in children, health authorities and medical specialty societies (such as the CDC, FDA, Public Health Department,...

Also labeled: Informed Choice, Issue #07
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