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Monthly Archives: May 2009

Elderly aspirin use linked to brain micro-bleeding

By |May 30, 2009|Health, Journals, Research|

A study published April 2009 in the Archives of Neurology found that older patients taking aspirin appeared more likely to have barely-perceptible bouts of cerebral “microbleeding,” detected by researchers with the aid of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology.

The abstract and fulltextpaper can be read/downloaded at the link below:

Use of Antithrombotic Drugs and the Presence of Cerebral Microbleeds

Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view

By |May 30, 2009|Research|

gapminderGapminder is a non-profit venture promoting sustainable global development and achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals by increased use and understanding of statistics and other information about social, economic and environmental development at local, national and global levels.

This site uses beautiful, timeline animated graphics both in demonstration videos and interactive graphs that you can manipulate to help to visualize the way the world is now and how it has changed.

Memorial Day (2009)

By |May 24, 2009|News|

Memorial Day (2009)

The Chiro.Org Blog


Memorial Day is the time for expressing our gratitude to those who served to protect our freedom.

Our Chiropractic History Section can provide a similar opportunity to meditate on all those chiropractors who struggled with State governments so that we can practice today.

These documents are some of the data files written by Dr. Joseph C. Keating, Jr. as information references for developing his many published articles and books.   Readers are free to use and re-publish these files, however they must be accompanied by a notice of copyright by Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D

Have You Surfed the Site Lately?

By |May 22, 2009|General, News|

Although our “front page” is now a Blog, all our original Sections are still available on the left-hand ToolBar under Resources. They are all still updated frequently.

Many of these Sections have their own Search Tool built into them, so you can find what you want easily.

In fact, we also have a nifty Search Page which can look site-wide (via Google) or can explore each section individually. This will reduce the number of “hits” you get with any search, making it much easier to find what you want.

Do you know how to do a Boolean Search?? Enjoy!