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Research is ‘ongoing and growing’: Chiropractic leaders defend manipulating newborn spines

While acknowledging that supporting research remains slim, the Canadian Chiropractic Association is defending the practice of manipulating babies’ spines. The organization representing the nation’s 9,000 chiropractors says parents can be reassured that its members modify their techniques and the “application of force” when adjusting fragile newborns and infants. “While the evidence for pediatric conditions is… Read More »

Research initiative to use collaborative approach on claims-based research

Stanford University and Southern Methodist University are launching a research initiative to tackle specific healthcare problems, collaborating with an Australian initiative. The U.S. research effort will rely on data analytics to solve vexing healthcare problems, such as identifying new ways to enhance patient outcomes while controlling costs, and better handling of the opioid epidemic. The… Read More »