Weekly Link Fest: Debt, Allergies, Eating Healthy, and Proper Graphing Technique

by The Atlas of Life on April 18, 2010

This week, we start out by sending you to Dr. Patrick MacNamara’s ongoing series  Why Chiropractic Blogs Should Be Chiropractors’ New Patient Internet Marketing Tool of Choice Part 4, Part 5, and Part 6.

Dr. Adam Tanase explains Why People Get Sick and asks if your health is in debt.

In this week’s Testimonial Tuesday, Dr. Paul Hambrick and Dr. Drew Hall talk about a patient whose heart condition went away after he got under Upper Cervical Chiropractic care, but came back when he stopped. Good thing this guy came back got under care again.

Dr. Jaime Browning asks whether cleanliness is to blame for increasing allergies over at her blog.

Over at Natural News, you can read about how health insurance companies own nearly $2 billion worth of stock in fast food companies. Can you say conflict of interest?

Over at the Franson Chiropractic Blog, you can read about the benefits of eating local.

Dr. Travis Robertson discusses the view from the other side.

Dr. Shawn Dill talks about eating healthy over at The Specific blog.

Dr. John Goodfellow talks about Proper Graphing Technique over at his new Specific Cervical Chiropractic blog.