Month: February 2004

Life Chiropractic College Admission Inquires Soar

By Joe Accurso, D.C.

The recruitment office at Life College is having a hard time handling the avalanche of enrollment inquirements during this past month. The office is the busiest it’s been in many years.

At long last as it is clearly evident that the future of LIFE (East) is on solid ground. The present enrollment is OVER 700 in their D.C. program. Apparently the spunk and determination of LIFE graduates was underestimated by those who had predicted that life would not be able to survive the “hit” it took from the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE).

I am not a LIFE alum, but I sent all four of my children to LIFE because there was an indefinable “something” about a LIFE Doctor of Chiropractic. Very few practicing D.C.’s would argue this point. That “something” in the minds and hearts of LIFE graduates has inspired them to refer this avalanche of students to LIFE. But, please do not get complacent with this good news. Review your patient files and talk with those practice members who you feel can make the world a better place by becoming a Principled Doctor of Chiropractic.

Life University’s College of Chiropractic is the central jewel in the crown of Life University, which features degree programs at every level. Life emphasizes both the how and the why of chiropractic. With a tradition of excellence in teaching adjusting techniques (and a wide variety of them) and an early educational experience in the campus clinic, Life prepares you to join the profession’s best in taking care of patients. No college has a stronger commitment to chiropractic philosophy — not as dead history but as a dynamic force in defining wellness. Life positions you to succeed as a primary care provider in today’s changing health care system.

“A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history.” — Mahatma Gandhi

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Dr. Joe Accurso practices chiropractic in Miami, Florida @ 12:22 pm | Article ID: 1077999756

Have a Wish, a Vision, a Dream for Chiropractic

by Super CA Lynne

Greetings Super CA’s:

Canada: I hope everyone has had a great couple of weeks. I was away on a family vacation to Disney Florida. It was hard to come back to the snow but not hard to come back to what I love… CHIROPRACTIC!

Whenever I travel I am always checking out the people that wait on me in restaurants, stores, theme parks, etc. I like to analyze them. I like to determine whether they have had chiropractic care or not. You can usually tell the regular chiropractic patients. There is just something different about them. They have a certain air about them, they are lighter, more in tune to what’s going on around them. They definitely have a great attitude. They are the ones that are not flustered when the lines reach around the corner. They don’t get upset when someone has too many things in the 15 and under line. They always wait for the little old ladies to count out $15.00 in change without losing their patience. It’s the guy behind the little old lady that keeps clearing his throat and impatiently drumming his fingers on the counter that really needs an adjustment.

One of the new things they have at Disney is a fireworks display called Wishes. It was absolutley amazing. The back ground music and the voices talking were very moving. It’s all about the importance of wishing and making your wishes come true.

I can remember back in 1992 wishing everyday that the chiropractic office I went to at that time would give me a call and hire me. I had no previous chiropractic office experience. Looking back now I didn’t even really know what chiropractic was all about, I just knew I wanted to be a part of it. Wishing does make things happen, here I am 10 1/2 years later living out my wish, my dream and helping to make a dream come true for others.

That’s what we’re all doing in our office. We have a wish, a vision, a dream for how we want things to be. We have a vision for ways we want our offices to run so we will have line ups around the block. We all have that something different that Walt Disney had way back in the 60’s when he had a wish, a dream, a vision. Just like DD and BJ had back in 1895, a wish, a dream, a vision. It is our mission to fullfil our dreams and help others dreams of wellness come true.

I love you because you love what I love
Chiropractic is Life!!!
Hugzzzz Super CA Lynne @ 3:52 pm | Article ID: 1077580353

My Faith in Chiropractic Principles

By Dr. Stew Bittman

Lake Tahoe, CA: Several years ago, I wrote an essay dealing with the doubts I was having about my doubts. I realized then that most of the things I had previously doubted had become tangible parts of my belief system. I realized, too, that my faith in chiropractic principles had allowed me to overcome those doubts. And all this forced me to question my remaining doubts. Well, the subject of doubts has come up again recently, big time. And now I see, without a doubt, that I no longer have doubts about my doubts. The doubts have been replaced with a calm acceptance: my doubts will probably always be there, but they continue to hold less and less power over me. Doubtless you are confused at this point, and I will attempt to explain.

It all started several weekends ago when I went down to Life West to speak and teach. Just as at all the colleges, at Life West doubts breed like rabbits. Nearly everyone I spoke with, regardless of their background or experience in chiropractic, regardless of the miracles they had heard of or had experienced thru chiropractic, was at least partially choked with doubts. Even those students that have devoted themselves to remaining steeped in the philosophy were in some state of fear. And who can blame them? There are simply too many people telling them all the things they can’t and shouldn’t do. Beyond that, they happen to be part of profession in which good news, at least in the political arena, is a tad rare. Even if they were to peek over their anatomy and biochemistry texts for a moment to catch a glimpse of the chiropractic world “out there”, they are likely to be greeted with a depressing array of egos and infighting. This is particularly sad because we as chiropractors should be the last people to allow doubts to keep us from living our highest visions.

Well, the rest of the world is a pretty good Petri dish for cultivating fear, too, and when I returned home the doubts swirled around me like snowflakes in a stiff wind (maybe those really were snowflakes… we’ve had plenty of those, too). We went to the Unity church and the minister, normally a rock of principle and faith, spent 25 minutes relating the doubts she had been having about the impact of her efforts in the community. In communicating with several chiropractors in the week following, I heard a litany of doubts ranging from the worries of new graduates to the nearly lost visions of 18 and 30-year practitioners. My brother, nearing his 50th birthday, doubted his very purpose for being. Everywhere I turned, doubts were flying in my face like pies in a Three Stooges episode. I knew there was a lesson for me somewhere in all this. What was this mirroring? Someone told me that Mercury was in retrograde during this time period, but somehow that didn’t quite explain it.

Just around the time I started congratulating myself for staying anchored within this storm of doubts, I realized that doubts had begun to surface in my own thinking. Doubts about some people, doubts about the future, doubts about my own impact (a common and oft-repeated refrain in my head); stuff like that. And yet I stayed awake enough to not take the bait and get hooked by these doubts. I recognized them for what they were: simply the result of my brain’s annoying and relentless tendency toward focusing on what’s wrong. Or potentially wrong. That, along with my brain’s incredible ability to fabricate flowing sagas of bullshit out of the most innocent of circumstances, is a doubt factory in the making. I wanted no part on the assembly line. I opted for gratitude instead.

Then I got an email from one of the people I’d been having doubts about. My friend Trace, who came from my practice and went to Life Chiropractic College West, had graduated in December. He will hopefully be working with me, as soon as he can extricate himself from the minefields of National Boards. I hadn’t heard from him in a long time (thus the doubts). He wrote that he had been in Oregon with his mom, who was diagnosed last year with multiple myeloma. She was given a year or so to live. Trace went up there dying to get his hands on her, knowing in his heart that adjustments would help. The problem was she had fractured 3 ribs swinging a golf club, and was not about to let Trace anywhere near her brittle bones, even if he could somehow overcome the 3 and 1/2 years of fear he had just graduated from in order to try. Amazingly, Trace remembered what he claims he had learned from me (in his words): “clear your head, come from a place of love, be a clean, hollow bone so God can flow thru you and do Her job, be an instrument for God, and don’t worry about where to put your hands or what to do because you’re not doing it anyway.” Wow.

When Trace saw his mom, he gave her a big, gentle bear hug, and found his hands on his mom’s spine. He then, without her knowing what was happening (or him, for that matter), began moving his hands and sending energy and he could feel “things were happening.” He made sure to give her at least 3 or 4 of these bear hugs every day for several weeks. He knew something had changed. And last week Trace’s mom was told she was in complete remission. I am honored if I taught that to you, Trace, but much more than that, I am immensely proud you were able to overcome your doubts so you could share the miracle of your gift.

Yes, there is so much that isn’t wrong, and when I focus on those things, doubts vanish. And one of the sweetest things that isn’t wrong is that if, tomorrow, I was stripped of my office, my staff, my leaders in chiropractic, even my legal right to call myself a chiropractor, I would still have my gift. A gift that can lift people up. A gift that can provide a beacon on the path of wholeness. A priceless gift that comes thru my hands, my words, and most importantly, my vision. And if my doubts and I are destined to remain strange bedfellows, I am confident that I will never allow them to pull the covers over the head of that vision.

(On the wall of Mother Teresa’s 1st children’s ashram)

People are unreasonable, illogical, and self-centered… love them anyway.
If you do good people will accuse you of ulterior motives… do good anyway.
If you are successful you win false friends and true enemies… succeed anyway.
The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow… do good anyway.
Honesty and frankness make you vulnerable… be honest and frank anyway.
People favor underdogs but follow only top dogs… fight for some underdogs anyway.
What you spend years building may be destroyed overnight… build anyway.
People who need help may attack you for helping them… help people anyway.
No matter what you do or what you give, someone will not be happy with it… give your best anyway.

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Dr. Stew Bittman is a chiropractor practicing in South Lake Tahoe, California. @ 2:27 pm | Article ID: 1077143234

Serving one chiropractic patient after another

By Dr. Sharon Gorman

I heard a speaker last week at Life Source talking about a prayer he says in the morning. He asks God to send him all the people he can help. It struck me and I’ve been thinking about the simplicity of the request ever since. I tend to make things complicated and that little prayer is so simple. I am here to serve. I am here to help. I have often asked God to keep me busy while I am in the office. More than I ask for a number of patients I ask God to have me stay in the game. I want to be interacting. When there are no patients in the office I feel like God is giving me a time out. I want to be in the game. I want to feel like I’m being used to my capacity. When I think about it even though it sounds pretty noble to want to serve at your capacity there is definitely a selfish component to that request. It feels so good to work. It feels so good to serve. It also strokes my ego to know that I am successful. That’s not all bad. There has to be an exchange or I won’t want to keep playing. I love how it feels to be serving one patient after another during my office hours.

I love that I know how to help people. I know how to run a business. I know how to hire and encourage a support staff. I know how to locate the patient’s Subluxations. I know how to deliver an adjustment. I know how to explain it in a way that they follow through on my recommendations. I know how to present Chiropractic in such a way that they usually want to bring the rest on their family to my office. All this know how keeps them coming back. God does the healing, I set the stage. I move the bone and God does the healing. I ask him to “send me all the people I can help.” When it is done right, my innate contacts their innate. I reduce the interference and they are “helped”. They benefit and I benefit too. I can’t out give the spirit.

Then I thought about the prayer a little more and I added something to it for myself. Not only do I pray for God to bring all the people to me that I can help I added that I want God to bring to me all the people who can help me. All the patients help me. People come to me not because they need me. They might need a Chiropractor but the reason they come to me is because I have a need to serve and they are attracted to that availability. They come to me because I need them.

Another thought along the same lines is the old saying “when the student is ready the teacher appears.” My patients are my teachers, so are my staff, my husband, my kids, my friends and my fellow Chiropractors. I learn lots from people I least expect to. Some of those lessons have hurt. Yet they were all appropriate and part of what I needed to get where I am now. I don’t know who is going to teach me next. I don’t know who I will need next. I don’t have to know. I just have to keep showing up and making sure that I am in fit spiritual condition. The rest unfolds. There is a God and I am not him. I am teachable. I am coachable. I am learning to learn and grow and be vulnerable. I let people close enough to me so that they can help me and contribute to me.


The Focus Retreat is getting close. The Retreat is going to be held at the Ritz Carlton in Sarasota Florida on March 18-21. Make your Hotel reservations immediately. There are only 3 rooms left. If you get left out of the block call me, if it is early enough I might be able to get you in on our same rate. The details are on my web site

I appreciate you,

Sharon Gorman is a chiropractor practicing in the state of Pennsylvania. Her chiropractic office is located in East Stroudsburg, near the Poconos. @ 11:06 am | Article ID: 1077131160

Chiropractors Bring Wiarton Ontario Food Bank Some HOPE

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. staff writer

Wiarton, ON: It was another huge (Chiropractic) HOPE day in Wiarton, Ontario thanks to the efforts of local chiropractors and their patients.

“We’re going to need some more manpower” commented one of the volunteers from the Wiarton Salvation Army Food Bank upon entering the reception area of the Wiarton Family Chiropractic Centre to pick up the proceeds of 9th annual H.O.P.E. Day food drive.

An overwhelming pile of food, which ultimately weighed in at a whopping 2,044 pounds, awaited him and others who came to box the goods for delivery to the Wiarton area Food Bank. “The members of our practice have opened their hearts and shared their blessings again” said Dr. Steven Silk as he helped load the bounty from the Brown Street facility into awaiting vans and pickup trucks.

“I truly believe that the heart of any community is found in the small acts of kindness one person does for another” said Dr. Silk. “When a whole bunch of people each do a little, you end up with this”, motioning to the boxes being loaded into the vans and trucks outside the clinic. When asked why this event is always so successful, he said “What we do in our office each day is to reconnect people to their health, and in doing so, help them reconnect to the important things in life.”

H.O.P.E (Helping Other People Eat) has brought in 17,434 pounds of food since being developed by Dr. Silk’s partner and wife, Dr. Raelynn Cancel, in 1996. “While it is vital for communities to be supportive of their friends and neighbours, I wish this wasn’t necessary” said Dr. Cancel in explaining the exchange of fees for food concept of the food drive. “But the undeniable truth is that the number of people contacting the food bank is going up, at a time when donations are low.”

Salvation Army Envoy Mary Millar agreed, stating “The timing of this event and the volume of food it brings in are truly gifts from God.” She commented that the severe weather recently had again led to a significant increase in the number of families seeking help. “Without this event each year, I don’t know how we could do it” she said.

“We’d like to thank everyone who made a donation, no matter how big or how small, for each of you has done your part to make life a little easier for your fellow citizens” said Dr. Silk, “We’re proud to have you as members of our practice, and our town.”

Wiarton Family Chiropractic Center is located at 417 Brown St. in Wiarton, Ontario. Dr. Steven J. Silk can be reached by telephone at 519 534-1330 @ 2:04 pm | Article ID: 1076709855

Chiropractic Career Nights are unfolding throughout the US

by B.J. Hardick, D.C.

Dear Friends, A lot of exciting things are happening at Life Chiropractic University in Marietta, Georgia. Join the conference call TONIGHT, Tuesday, February 03, 2004 at 10:00 pm EST to learn more.

Career Nights are unfolding throughout the U.S. and Canada, as some of Life’s strongest and most successful alumni have committed to restoring the student body to a strong 2000 or 3000 students. The CCE’s attempt to leave us without hope may have succeeded for a short time, but the momentum of Life’s family has now taken over and it is inspiring to be part of this movement.

Another exciting piece of news: Over the last 20 months, hundreds of students left Life Chiropractic University as the CCE attempted rid the school of its accreditation. Now, as Life has remained strong, and as the CCE’s operational structure, and more importantly, their actions, have been defeated, there are students across the continent hoping to return to Life. As the cost of relocation has been the primary deterrent for most of these students, funds have been raised to help students move back to Life. In just a few hours on Saturday, $8200 was raised to offset moving costs to help students return to Life. This investment will mean so much more than $8200 to Life.

Friends, the CCE tried to tear the Innate Chiropractors apart. Some might say they succeeded. Others may disagree. I personally feel it is up to us to mend what has been torn, and the gathering of Life supporters on the Tuesday night conference calls is one major step in the restoration of our bond.

Tuesday, February 03, 2004, starting at 10:00 pm (Eastern)
Call 512-225-3197

Yours in chiropractic,

Use these links to get more information about Life University in Marietta Georgia, or Life West Chiropractic College in Hayward California.

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CCE Challenges Judges Decision @ 1:22 pm | Article ID: 1076448174

Proud to be a Chiropractor

By Sharon Gorman, D.C.

This article is intended for doctors of chiropractic. It is of a philosophical nature and comes from the many “Monday Morning Messages” that Dr. Sharon has shared over the years.

I was checking my luggage in curb side a little while ago before I got on the plane home from Atlanta, Georgia. The gentleman who was helping me was especially friendly and seemed efficient. I handed him a tip and he stopped and stared at me for a second. Then I said thanks and was about to walk away and he was still looking in my eyes. I smiled and looked away and he then said that he never got a tip from a doctor before. I thought that was very odd and I wondered how he knew I was a doctor. As I walked away I remembered my luggage tag says Dr. Sharon Gorman on it. I turned to go back because I wanted to correct him because I figured that he assumed I am a Medical Doctor and I didn’t want to mislead him. He was on to the next customer so I turned again and walked away. I think that Medical Doctors definitely have their place and for the most part are living dedicated lives based on a different mission and philosophy than my own yet I certainly don’t look down on them (or hopefully anyone) but I don’t want to people to think that I am one. Perception is a funny thing because most people dream that their kids grow up to be Medical Doctors.

My life is about being different and celebrating that difference and sharing with people this different lifestyle I have chosen to live called Chiropractic. I spend my time trying to instigate a paradigm shift in people’s relationship with their bodies and their health. Most of what I focus on in my practice is education or maybe I should call it re-education. Technique is important but after almost 20 years of practice I don’t find removing subluxations a real challenge. Having people understand why I adjust them and how often I think they should get adjusted is the real challenge. I love a challenge. I accept that challenge. I also accept people where they are at too. I have patients who “Don’t have a clue” about Chiropractic yet I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to take care of them too.

I am proud of our fish peddler founder. I am proud of the legacy of men and women who developed our techniques and mastered our philosophy. I am proud of the researchers. I am proud of the people who have taught us how to deliver the goods to the world and how to be successful. I am proud to know that tomorrow morning when I lean over the adjusting tables to do the deal and to remove the interference that there are thousands and thousands of you out there doing the same. Thanks. I am proud of you. I am proud to be one of many. I am proud to be a chiropractor.

Sharon Gorman’s chiropractic office is located in the great state of Pennsylvania. It is a state rich in chiropractic heritage and philosophy, thanks to the many doctors of chiropractic dedicated to serving people in the state and beyond. @ 6:49 am | Article ID: 1076424543

Step Number 20 to a Hundred Chiropractic Patients a Day

By Dr. Rick Wren

The following are success principles intended for doctors and chiropractic. They are designed to help one better serve others in one’s community.

Dear Colleagues and Friends, Step #20 to hundred a day (Always look, dress, and act successful) is actually advanced success principle #10. It surprises me how difficult it is to get doctors to do this one. Have you ever noticed someone walking into a restaurant and everyone is checking this person out. This person looks and acts like a “Winner.”

Winners are noticed and admired when they walk in the room. People want to know who winners are. People want to associate with winners. Winners have habits that give them an aura.

Rick Wren Chiropractor Parker 2001

So what is the difference between a Winner and a Loser? Winners are willing to do the things that losers will not do. That doesn’t mean it is easier for a Winner, but they don’t make excuses and “Just do it.”

Below are a list of some of the things that a Winner does:

Dress For Success

  • Always be the Best Dressed at all Occasions
  • Have Good Hygiene
  • Be Well Groomed

High Energy

  • Exercise Regularly
  • Good Nutrition
  • Drink Half Weight in Ounces of Water Daily
  • Get Plenty of Rest
  • Get Adjusted Weekly
  • Don’t Use Tobacco or Drugs

Always On Time

  • Be 30 Minutes Early
  • Always Show up no matter what


  • Accomplish a lot in One Day
  • Use Organizer

Positive Mental Attitude

  • Associate With Positive People
  • Read Positive Material Regularly
  • Listen To Positive CD’s Regularly
  • People Like to Be Around Positive People

Set Goals

  • Lifetime Goals
  • Annual Goals
  • Monthly Goals
  • Weekly Goals
  • Daily Goals
  • Hourly Goals

Present Time Consciousness (PTC)

  • Totally Focused
  • Good Eye Contact
  • Good Listener is a Good Communicator


  • Make Quick Decisions
  • Willing To Take Risks
  • Not Afraid of Short Term Failures
  • Overcome Adversity With Decisions

Love Thyself

  • Love Others Unconditionally
  • Help Others Unconditionally
  • Love What You Do

Dedicate To Success

  • Study Continuously
  • Have Mentor or Coach
  • Commit To Good Habits


  • Positive Thoughts only when Smiling
  • Physiologically impossible to have Negative Thoughts

Never Criticize or Gossip

  • Avoid Gossip Minded People
  • Most People Like Gossip, But wonder what is being said about them


  • Loving and Caring
  • Ethical
  • Honest
  • Trustworthy
  • Loyal
  • Thankful

After reviewing this list, ask yourself what areas could you improve on. I have worked hard on this list for 25 years, but there is still room for improvement. Make a copy of this list and put it on your bathroom mirror and make yourself a new “Winner” habit each week. Once you start a new habit stay committed to it. Twenty years ago I had to give my business cards away. Now when I go into restaurants, I have people ask me for my business cards.

LLL, Dr. Rick Wren (Founder of the Society of Chiropractic Masters and Parker Team Teacher) @ 6:49 am | Article ID: 1076424595

CREW 2004 Chiropractic Mission Interviews

by Michael Dorausch, D.C.

CREW (Chiropractors Restoring Energy Worldwide) successfully completed their 10th worldwide chiropractic mission this past week.

This was the 9th mission to the country of Panama, a most popular location for CREW chiropractic missions, since the group was founded in 1997 by Lina and Dr. Luis Ocon. Twenty-six chiropractors from around the globe gathered on this mission that humbly served the people of Panama. Chiropractors provided upper cervical chiropractic adjustments in locations in and around Panama City, Panama, from February 1st to the 7th.

2004 panama mission chiropractors

Chiropractors provided care in banks, hospitals, medical clinics, the Canal zone, civic gymnasiums, government properties, office buildings, and pretty much any place that was large enough to accommodate the groups of people that turned out to receive free chiropractic care.

More than one million chiropractic adjustments have been provided to the people of Panama since the missions began back in 1997.

I recorded several interviews with chiropractors during the trip, and have converted the recordings to mp3 so you can listen to them here.

Interview 1

Interview 2

Interview 3

Audio will also be transcribed and a link provided as well.

Study Links Vaccine to Autism

by Dr. Martha Collins

US Researcher calls preservative used in annual flu shot a “smoking gun”

This was the headline that screamed across the front of the National Post today. You could well imagine my tears of joy upon reading this, especially after the phenomenally biased Marketplace program. Scientists have found a link between thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative once commonly used in childhood vaccines, to an increased risk of neurological disorders such as autism and ADHD. In Canada, thimerosal was removed from vaccines, with the exception of the Hepatitis B vaccine and the annual flu shot. There is 2 micrograms of thimerosal in each dose of the influenza shot.

From the National Post:
In tests on human brain cells, researchers found two natural chemicals–one compound that stimulates cell growth and also dopamine, which transmits nerve signals–are key to a process in the brain called methylation. Methylation helps DNA work properly and is crucial to the normal development of the brain. The team found thimerosal, ethanol and mercury all interfere with methylation. What’s more, thimerosal not only did so in amounts typically found after a child is vaccinated, but even at doses 100 times lower than a child would receive after a single shot with a thimerosal-containing vaccine. “It was by far the most potent,” says investigator Dr. Richard Deth, a professor of pharmacology at Northeastern University in Boston. “Some would consider (thimerosal) a smoking gun,” he said. “I think it is.”

He said the study, which also involved researchers from Johns Hopkins University, the University of Nebraska and Tufts University in Boston, could account for the rising rates of autism since the early 1980s when more thimerosal-containing shots were added to a child’s vaccine schedule. A recent review of vaccine-related “adverse events” in the U.S. found a “significant correlation” between shots containing thimerosal and autism, the researchers report.

Dr. Deth’s research shows there is a link between the one out of 200 children who will experience some kind of developmental disorder. Before the early 90s, most causes of autism were believed to have a strong genetic component, and symptoms surfaced soon after the child was born. But a newer, more common, form of the disease is known as regressive autism, in which children appear to be developing normally, but then suddenly regress. “They lose functions they had before, such as early speech,” Dr. Deth says. “Parental anecdotes and clinical reports have suggested it happened during periods of high vaccine exposure.”

This study confirms what we have known for years. It was the parental anecdotes and clinical reports that initially alerted us to the dangers of this vaccine additive. What was even more frustrating was that parents who had healthy children who were meeting their developmental milestones prior to having a vaccine were readily dismissed and told that “it couldn’t be the vaccine.” How heartbreaking, but now these parents are getting some answers. This research quite clearly also demonstrates why we were seeing so many people reacting to the flu shot this winter–because it contains mercury, a known neurotoxin. This we knew from the information contained on the website of the vaccine manufacturer, but, of course, this was edited out of the Marketplace program to suit the agenda that they had about the topic of the show even before they arrived.

Please make an informed decision about ANY chemical that goes into your body, whether it is a drug or a vaccine. Do your homework; look for ways to be well before you get sick. As we’ve said before, the paradigm of better health through better chemistry has failed, and we need to consider what we can all do on a daily basis to increase our health, boost our immune function, and keep us strong, and able to stay ahead of dis-ease and disease. Get your exercise, eat well, drink 10 glasses of water a day, get regular adjustments and stay healthy (and not just out of pain).

I used to think that our family was our most important possession, but over the years, through your help, I’ve changed my mind and come to a greater realization. We have the honour to adjust so many families and multiple generations of families on a regular basis. We have seen first-hand what happens to a family when one member loses their health and becomes ill. Our health is the most important asset we can give our family, because when we’re healthy and vibrant and have vitality, that’s when we can contribute the most to the family we so dearly love.

Until Next Time, Be Well and Do Your Homework!
Martha and Carl, Anne, April, Jane and Hellen @ 1:46 pm | Article ID: 1076363179