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Scientists in 2011 used a PET scanner to measure the metabolic activity of the brain, and the changes after a chiropractic adjustment. The results were astonishing, and help explain some of the incredible healings that chiropractors often report happening in their clinics.
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What exactly happens to you when you get adjusted at the chiropractor? What does it really do for you and to you? Does it affect more than the joint being treated?
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Body odor and sweating are not major issues for most people. They are easily dealt with by way of antiperspirants, deodorants and cool temperatures. But for some people, excessive sweating and body odor is a persistent problem.
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Are Osteopathic Treatments The Answer To Chronic Sinus Infections?
Some people find that osteopathy is the answer to their sinus infection problem. The next time you feel a sinus infection coming on, keep this information about osteopathic treatments on hand.