Spring 2009, Volume 2, Issue 2  

 

FEATURED ARTICLES:

Editor’s Log—Embodying the
Change We Seek: Health Reform
as a Teachable Moment »

Wellness Initiative for the Nation—
Interview with Wayne Jonas, MD »

Cleveland Chiropractic College Hosts
Community Health Care Discussion »

Why Research Matters to
Chiropractors—Interview with
Cheryl Hawk, DC, PhD »

The Health Reform Moment »

The Yoga of Health Reform »

Book Review—Anticancer:
A New Way of Life »

Chiropractic Research Roundup »

CAM In Review »

Exercise and Fitness Report »

Mind-Body Research Update »

Nutrition Update »

Health News

The Daily HIT Blog

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HEALTH NEWS

EXERCISE AND SPORTS

Whole-Body Resistance Training Eases Low Back Pain

Concussions Appear to Have Lifelong Effect on Brain

Brief But Intense Exercise May Thwart Diabetes

Only 14% of Chronic Back and Neck Patients Prescribed Exercise by Their MDs

HEALTH POLICY

To Reform Health Care, Ask Different Questions

A Food Agenda for Obama

Deepak Chopra: Leave the Sinking Ship

National Safety Council Urges Complete Ban on Cell Phone Use in Cars

HEART DISEASE

Sleep Duration Linked to Cardiovascular Health

Moderate Alcohol Use Only Benefits People with Unhealthy Behaviors

Moderate Drinking Benefits Only Healthy Patients

MEDICATION AND SURGERY

Osteoporosis Drug Increases Dental Complications

Researchers Pay Parents Who Don’t Vaccinate for Their Views

NUTRITION

Evidence on Fish Oil Effects Uncertain

Eating at Buffets Plus No Exercise Equals Obesity in Rural America

Antioxidant Supplements Again Fail to Lower Cancer Risk

Cheap “Value Meals” Bad for Your Health

Tofurkey Inventor Tells All

Chicago Health Commissioner Says Go Vegetarian for a Month

Some Supermarkets to Label Healthy Foods

High-Fructose Corn Syrup Contains the Nerve Toxin Mercury

Coffee Linked to Lower Dementia Risk

The Health Benefits of Berries

Plums Strong in Antioxidants

OBESITY AND WEIGHT LOSS

Obesity Linked to Ovarian Cancer

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL HEALTH

The Instincts to Trust Are Usually the Patient’s

Coffee Linked to Lower Dementia Risk

SLEEP

People with Less Sleep Get More Colds