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The Right Idea at the Right Time
DC appointed director of Virginia Department of Health Professions.

By Editorial Staff

On Feb. 28, 2014, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe appointed David Brown, DC, as new director of the Virginia Department of Health Professions. This may be the first time a doctor of chiropractic has held this position in any state – full-time director of an executive-branch agency that oversees the licensure and regulation...

Dietary Supplement Research: Contradictions, Bias, Misinterpretation and Confusion
By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN

Evaluating Prenatal and Pediatric Automobile Injuries
By Claudia Anrig, DC

The Recliner Test
By K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, DABCO

Chiropractic Management of Sports-Related Tendinopathy
By Nancy Martin-Molina, DC, QME, MBA, CCSP

No Whining on the Yacht
By Shelley Simon, RN, DC, MPH, EdD

Your Chance to Go Back to High School
By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Are You Driving Patients Toward Dependence on Big Pharma?
By Will Evans, DC, PhD, MCHES, CWP; guest author for Rand Baird, DC, MPH, FICA, FICC

Revisiting the Neurological Exam
By Arthur Croft, DC, MS, MPH, FACO

Arch Height and Running Shoes: The Best Advice to Give Patients

By Thomas Michaud, DC

Because runners with different arch heights are prone to different injuries, running shoe manufacturers have developed motion-control, stability and cushion running shoes for low-, neutral- and high-arched runners, respectively. To control the excessive pronation present in low-arched individuals, motion-control running...

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Making Sense of Chronic Inflammation
The "silent killer" you may be ignoring.

By Linsay Way, DC

Inflammation is big business, evidenced by not only the laundry lists of medications patients bring me aimed at managing inflammation, but also the never-ending stream of advertisements for anti-inflammatory supplements that constantly find their way to my desk. With an aging population looking to live longer and function...

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Alternatives to the Rainy Day Fund: Better Things to Do With Your Money

By Tomas McFie, DC, PhD

Google "rainy day fund" and you'll find the predominant and traditional advice given today is that you need to have three months of living expenses saved for an emergency. Some even recommend six months or more. Given the median household annual income of $51,017 and a 25 percent graduated income tax, that means the average...

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