Back to School and Vaccines

Can you believe it’s time to start planning for school to start? This year, most schools will be open and kids will be together in person. And most schools require vaccinations, so it’s time to start planning now in order to [...]

Health Groups Call for Climate and Health Investments in COVID Recovery

April 2, 2021The PresidentThe White House1600 Pennsylvania Ave, N.W.Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President:Health organizations urge you to support COVID recovery legislation that invests in a healthier future for the nation by cleaning up air pollution, addressing climate change and [...]

Battlefield Acupuncture (BFA) and Acupressure (BAA) for the Treatment of Chronic Pain in Veteran Populations.

By: Lance Leone and Anthony Bailes of South Texas Veterans Health Care System (STVHCS)  John S Finnell of STVHCS and Bastyr University, and Elizabeth ‘Jayne’ Halmai of (STVHCS and University of Texas Health Science Center.  Introduction Chronic pain and opioid [...]

The Role of Ethnicity in the Metabolism and Storage of Vitamin D: At-Risk Groups for COVID-19

By: Sahil Sheth of Brown University, Vimala Alagappan, Krish Sheth, and Ripal Shah, MD, MPH of Stanford University School of Medicine Introduction Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin associated with regulating bone health and gene regulation.1 After the production of Vitamin [...]

Organization and implementation of telehealth due to the COVID 19 pandemic in a VA chiropractic clinic: A descriptive report

By: Valerie Johnson, DC, Enya Katz, DC,Celeste Holder, DC of VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (VAGLAHS), Chiropractic Department, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation amd Robb Russell, DC of VAGLAHS and Southern California University of Health Sciences  Background With the exponential [...]

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