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How Do You Access The News?

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When your not here, catching up on chiropractic news, how else do you access the news?

Our News Source Page contains links to the major newspapers, news networks, and a few news blogs.

If you have your own favorites, please share them with us, so we can add them to the page!

By |March 15, 2010|News|6 Comments

About the Author:

I was introduced to Chiro.Org in early 1996, where my friend Joe Garolis helped me learn HTML, the "mark-up language" for websites. We have been fortunate that journals like JMPT have given us permission to reproduce some early important articles in Full-Text format. Maintaining the Org website has been, and remains, my favorite hobby.


  1. Devin March 15, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    I generally add feeds to my rss reader from Google Health, WebMD, and other similar websites to get my general health information.

  2. John March 17, 2010 at 11:10 am

    iGoogle news aggregator does the job for me. I’ve personalized it to include sections on national and local news, chiropractic news, world health news, sports, science, etc. It also lets you quickly search the blogs for chiropractic articles.

  3. Life Extension at has a newsletter that is outstanding for health news, particularly nutritional.

    Also has a lot of resources available including a newsletter. They are quite radical and their articles are written by “citizen journalists” — so not entirely objective, but still often good info.

  4. I use a Firefox extension called “Brief”. I subscribe to a number of blogs and web-sites via firefox “live bookmarks” and have them sent to brief. I just hit the refresh button in Brief, then it pulls all the new content from all of my sites into one place. It’s a lot like Goggle’s news aggregator, but I like it better.

  5. Pittsfield Chiropractor March 25, 2010 at 6:30 pm

    Igoogle for chiropractic works great for me

  6. John September 5, 2013 at 11:30 am

    Since Google announced that iGoogle would not longer be available sometime later this year I migrated over to Protopage ( It’s a very nice RSS aggregator, very simple to add feeds and organize them into categories.

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