Standard Process Launches SP Children’s Immune

Chiropractic Economics June 29, 2022 SP Children’s Immune delivers key nutrients for proper immune system functioning and development Standard Process®, a leading whole food-based nutritional supplement company based in Wisconsin, has expanded its offerings with SP Children’s Immune: a new product that is intended to meet the particular needs of children ages 4 and older….

Parker Seminars Joins in Celebrating 40 Years of the World Congress of Women Chiropractors

Chiropractic Economics May 2, 2022 This year marks the 40th anniversary of the World Congress of Women Chiropractors (WCWC). In September of 1982, Dr. Peggy Moore moderated the first WCWC class, which still provides a valuable outlet for education and support today. The WCWC is a professional association dedicated to women’s empowerment in the chiropractic…

Exercise to Maximize Bone Health

Chiropractic Economics April 18, 2022 This May, the Bone Health and Osteoporosis Foundation (BHOF) will commemorate Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month  with bone healthy exercises and information – for all ages – to help achieve better bone health. An empowering aspect of the month is a weekly series of webinars with something for everyone – from younger…

$386 billion cost, 7% of U.S. adults suffering symptoms

22 million U.S. adults are living with Long Covid (LC) – close to 7% of the population. 7 million are experiencing Disabling Long Covid (DLC) – 2.3% of the population. As of January 2022, the cumulative cost of LC is estimated at more than $386 billion. (This estimate includes lost wages, lost savings and medical expenses incurred…

Study Shows How Obesity Can Rewire the Immune System and the Response to Immunotherapy

When mice with atopic dermatitis—a common type of allergic skin inflammation—are treated with drugs that target the immune system, their thickened, itchy skin generally heals quickly. But scientists have now discovered that the same treatment in obese mice makes their skin worse instead. That is because obesity changes the molecular underpinnings of allergic inflammation, both…

U.S. Department of Agriculture announces $5.7M in funding for diet and nutrition projects

Chiropractic Economics March 17, 2022 The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) today announced an investment of over $5 million to support projects that impact diet, nutrition and chronic disease prevention. “Over the years, public and private organizations have devoted immeasurable resources and research to finding causes, treatments and…

OvationULT red light therapy bed adds acne-bacteria-killing blue light

Chiropractic Economics March 15, 2022 Body Balance System has announced a new feature to its OvationULT red light therapy bed with vibrational frequency massage — a blue light added to the facial area that kills acne-causing bacteria. “This new feature will be on all OvationULT beds in the facial area only,” says Kyla Hosoda, marketing…

Chiropractors can stress sleep with patients during National Sleep Awareness Week in March

Chiropractic Economics March 1, 2022 Although most Americans would feel drowsy and cranky after a night of fewer than six hours of sleep, a recent study published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine, found that while our bodies can become used to sleep deprivation, our health and well-being will continue to suffer until we get…

New study identifies gut microbiome signature to predict Type 2 diabetes onset

Chiropractic Economics February 16, 2022 A new study identified microbial signatures which predicted the onset of type 2 diabetes during nearly 16 years of follow-up in a large Finnish population cohort. This study was conducted by researchers from the University of Turku and Finnish Institute of Health and Welfare (THL), together with international partners. The…

Standard Process Boasts Comprehensive Cardiovascular System Supplement Line for American Heart Month

Chiropractic Economics February 9, 2022 Standard Process® joins many organizations across the country in celebrating this February as the 58th anniversary of American Heart Month. The month serves as an important opportunity to underscore best practices when maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. Unfortunately, heart disease is the number one killer of Americans, so Standard Process…