Passions & Pursuits
For 40 years, Gerard Clum, D.C., has been president of Life Chiropractic College West. Now he's retiring and finding a new role in the profession. By Laura Newsome
These dogs do more than fetch a few bones and learn to roll over. They travel all over the world to defy gravity at disc dog competitions. By Laura Newsome
Health & Fitness
In honor of Natural Infant Immunization Week, Molly Dickinson speaks with researchers, educators and experts in pediatric chiropractic to explore the issues surrounding infant immunization and vaccination.
Think you're pretty smart? Amy Selby debunks ten popular urban myths you may consider true.
Consider the nuances of how you communicate with your patients in this insightful article. By Rachel Sullivan
Kelly Skinner discusses how chiropractors can learn to coach their patients on the choices they make.
And the band kept playing as the ship was sinking. At least, that's what Guy Riekeman, D.C., says is happening with the current approach to the healthcare debate.
Dr. Wayne Dyer discusses his ruminations on life, healing and the universe. By David K. Scheiner, D.C.
Money & Style
Vacation season is just around the corner, so it's time to start booking your reservations with these bed-and-breakfasts. By Kelly Skinner
William J. Lynott discusses where to find money in this tight economy.