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Dynamic Chiropractic Archives -
October 19, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 22)    View Digital Edition

DC On-Line
     By Brian Sutton, DC

Infants and Allergies
     By G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN

The Gyroscopic Motion of the Sacrum during a Gait Cycle
     By Don Oyao

Stress, the Mind and the Body
     By J. P. Pawliw-Fry

Chiropractor's Widow Donates $2 Million to Palmer History
     By Editorial Staff

Rights vs. Responsibilities
     By Guy Riekeman, DC, President, Life University

Chiropractic, Nutrition, and Hypertension: A Proposed Hypothesis
     By Wade Browne and Joseph Goodman

Chiropractic and All That Jazz
     By Kelley B. Jarvis, DC, FACO

Dr. Parker Steps down as Parker College President
Dr. Neil Stern Becomes Acting President
     By Editorial Staff

Exercise Physiology Issues, Part V
     By Kim Christensen, DC, DACRB, CCSP, CSCS

The Chiropractic Primaries: We Need to Do Some Soul Searching
     By Louis Sportelli, DC

New Ways to Access the Net, Part II: Exotic Technologies
     By Michael Devitt

Dr. Johnson to Chair NCQA Advisory Council
     By Editorial Staff

New Computer SNAFUs
     By Editorial Staff

Subluxation Synonyms and Metaphors
     By P. L. Rome

Our Last Hope
Our Enemies Are Laughing at Us
     By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

Complementary Becomes Conventional
Stanford U. Survey Reveals 69% Use Some form of "Alternative Medicine"
     By Editorial Staff

A Moment of Silence for Virgil Strang, DC
Palmer College President Dies at His Home in Davenport
     By Editorial Staff

     By Frank Pederick

Little Leaguer's Shoulder
     By Thomas Souza, DC, DACBSP

Dr. Sportelli Is New WFC President
     By Editorial Staff

Student World Congress -- Seeking the Vision
     By Editorial Staff

We Get Letters & E-Mail

     By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO

What If It Were Me?
     By Barbara Zapotocky-Cook, DC
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