Purdue Pharma Pays A Heavy Price

People in pain are perhaps the most vulnerable. This is a fact that is not lost on Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family. Being directly responsible for the creation of OxyContin and its distribution, they have contributed to hundreds of thousands of avoidable deaths in the name of profit. That may sound harsh, but there’s

Considering the Future of Healthcare

The U.S. healthcare system has always been a moving target, a system continually in flux. Politicians, bureaucrats, policy wonks, and academics continually view the healthcare landscape as a vision to be adjusted. The picture just isn’t right. In fact, many in the last decade have called for and partially implemented overhauls to a system they

Can Medical Integration Help Save Chiropractic Practice?

Our calling as Chiropractors to alleviate human suffering and restore the body’s function and form through holistic-based health care demands a higher and more noble perspective on life. But today’s sometimes onerous marketplace and the challenges modern chiropractors face elevate that pursuit even further, especially as the window to chiropractic success seems to be narrowing.

How Functional Medicine is Improving Quality of Life

We live in a fast-paced world. With so much demand for doctors, but very few doctors in the field, many do not have time to spend with their patients. As a result, most of the time, patients are given treatments in order to alleviate symptoms, without getting to the root of the issue. This may

Florida Underreporting Overdose Deaths

The opioid epidemic is something that needs to be addressed nationwide. However, it is hard to truly understand the scope of the problem when the numbers are not accurate. So what is going on with the state of Florida, and why are their numbers not meeting up with the National Average?Researchers at the University of