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Epidurals Prolong Labor by More Than Two Hours
Epidurals Prolong Labor by More Than Two Hours
A study published in the March 2014 issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology shows that women who get epidurals to relieve pain actually increase the time of the second stage of labor by an average of two hours. This new finding shows that epidurals extend labor much longer than the one hour that was previously . . .
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Reduction in Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors Following Chiropractic Care
Reduction in Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors Following Chiropractic Care
Research published in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research on April 23, 2014, document the case of a patient with Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) risk factors of high cholesterol and triglycerides levels being lowered with chiropractic. The study authors begin by noting that two of the commonly . . .
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Chiropractic Care Eases Back-Related Leg Pain
Chiropractic Care Eases Back-Related Leg Pain
A study published on September 16, 2014, in the Annals of Internal Medicine showed that spinal manipulation (SMT), as they called it, combined with exercise, could help patients with back and leg pain more than just exercise alone. This care is in contrast to medications, injections, or spinal surgery. . . .
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Acetaminophen and Small Amounts of Alcohol Increase Risk of Liver and Kidney Damage
Acetaminophen and Small Amounts of Alcohol Increase Risk of Liver and Kidney Damage
Research being conducted at Parker University in Dallas, Texas, adds to the body of evidence showing that acetaminophen can cause kidney and liver damage. This new research, reported by the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) in a release dated Jan. 7, 2014, showed that even a small amount . . .
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