Weekly Link Fest: TMJ Disorders, DCS California Jam, Hand Flambe’, School Lunches, and Social Media for Small Businesses

by The Atlas of Life on March 21, 2010

It’s Sunday, so time for another Weekly Link Fest. Enjoy!

Over at ChiroUnity, make sure and read “The Evolving Science of Chiropractic Philosophy” by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD. EXCELLENT article!

With the rising popularity / demand of social media use for small businesses, make sure to go over the Facebook marketing guide!

On that same note, Dr. Patrick MacNamara discusses 4 Ways to Guarantee That Your Chiropractic Blog is Easily Found over at Next Generation Chiropractor.

Dr. Adam Tanase discusses the relationship between Upper Cervical Chiropractic care and TMJ disorders, as well as why one woman’s neck hurts, while Dr. Paul Hambrick and Dr. Drew Hall discuss the curious condition of “Hand Flambé.”

If your exercise routine has you stuck in a rut, check out the Odd Object Training Primer at the Art of Manliness blog.

One woman decided to eat school lunches every day for a year to demonstrate how bad they really are for kids, all the while blogging about it. Check out Fed Up with Lunch: The School Lunch Project. Pretty disgusting.

Over at Natural News, there is an interesting article about the Placebo Effect Breakthrough: It’s Not Just in the Mind. It Actually Alters Physiological Response of the Spine. Might this coincide with this past Tuesday’s blog post Trauma, Thoughts, and Toxins = Vertebral Subluxation Part 2: Emotional Stress?

The Dead Chiropractic Society recently held their yearly weekend event in Orange County, CA. You can see photos of the event over at Planet Chiropractic.

Dr. Travis Robertson discusses kids and upper cervical check-ups, as well as do’s and don’ts. He also warns about getting fooled by the “All Natural” label.