Newsletter :Trivia and links
1. Thomas JC. The Webster Technique in a 28-year-old woman with breech presentation and subluxation [case report]. JVSR. April 7 2008:1-3. 2. Brynhildsen J, Hansson A, Persson A, Hammar M. Follow-up of patients with low back pain during pregnancy. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 1998;91(2):182-186. 3. Phillips C. An effective drug-free approach to premature contractions. ICA Review. 1998;54(5):76-81. 4. Phillips C. Back labor: a possible solution for a painful situation. ICA Review. 1997;53(4):51-56. 5. Cohen E. Case history: premature labor. Chiropractic Pediatrics. 1995;1(4). 6. Reynolds JP. What is the role of osteopathic manipulative therapy in obstetric care? JAOA. 1974;74. 7. Guthrie RA, Martin RH. Effect of pressure applied to the upper thoracic (placebo) versus lumbar areas (osteopathic manipulative treatment) for inhibition of lumbar myalgia during labor. JAOA. 1982;82(4):247-251. 8. Simmons-Stone D, Alcantara J. Resolution of chronic cervicogenic headache & cervicalgia in a child following chiropractic care. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic. 2016;1:1-4. 9. Okuyama H, Langsjoen PH, Hamazaki T, Ogushi Y, Hama R, Kobayashi T, Uchino H. Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and heart failure: pharmacological mechanisms. Expert Rev Clin Pharmacol. 2015;8(2):189-199. doi: 10.1586/17512433.2015.1011125. Epub 2015 Feb 6.
Why the drug rep didn't vaccinate her child
1. Gutman G. The atlas fixation syndrome in the baby and infant. Manuelle Medizin. 1987;25:5-10.
2. Klougart N, Nilsson N, Jacobsen J. Infantile colic treated by chiropractors: a prospective study of 316 cases. JMPT. 1989;12:281-288.
3. Van Loon M. Colic with projectile vomiting: a case study. J of Clinical
4. van Breda WM, van Breda JM. A comparative study of the health status of children raised under the health care models of chiropractic and allopathic medicine. Journal of Chiropractic Research. 1989;5:101-103.
5. Not vocalizing well. Absence of T-cells, immune dysfunction, has colds all the time. International Chiropractic Pediatric Association newsletter. November 1996.
6. Bofshever H. Case history. International Chiropractic Pediatric Association newsletter. Nov/Dec 1999.
7. Hunt JM. Upper cervical chiropractic care of a pediatric patient with asthma: a case study. Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics. 2000;5(1):318-321.
8. Graham RL, Pistolese RA. An impairment rating analysis of asthmatic children under chiropractic care. JVSR. 1997;1(4):41-48.
9. Aguilar AL, Grostic JD, Pfleger B. Chiropractic care and behavior in autistic children. Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics. 2000;5(1):293-304.
10. Amalu WC. Autism, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, strabismus and illness susceptibility: a case study in chiropractic management. Today�s Chiropractic. Sept/Oct 1998;32-47.
11. Manis A, Rubinstein M. Resolution of motor tics, ADHD and discontinuation of medications in a 100-year-old male twin following upper cervical chiropractic care: a case study. Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research. November 21, 2014:68-71.
12. Navrud IM, Miller J et al. A survey of parent satisfaction with chiropractic care of the pediatric patient. Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics. 2014;14(3):1167-1171.
13. Afshar M. Resolution of transverse breech presentation confirmed by ultrasound following Webster Technique to reduce subluxation. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health � Chiropractic. 2014;4:76-80.
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7. Jaeger J, Moore R, Burkhardt L. Resolution of urinary incontinence following Chiropractic Biophysics protocol to reduce vertebral subluxations. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research. August 27, 2014:145-152.
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1. Butterflies have taste buds on what part of their bodies?
2. Using five of the letters in the word Europe, spell out the
name of a unit of currency used in a certain Asian country.
Rupee in India
3. What was the only part of the current United States
invaded by the Japanese during WWII?
Alaska (Hawaii was not a state yet)
4. This river with a short name is the longest river in Italy, flowing 640 km (400 miles) from Torino towards Venice. What is this river?
5. How many neck bones does a giraffe have.
The same number as all mammals including Humans 7.
Billie Joe McKay2. According to legend, what laws were so named because of the color of the paper used when the ordinance was written?
Blue Laws3. In medical terminology the �voice box� is known as what?
Larnyx4. What are match heads made of?
Phophorus5. What does chiropractic actually mean?
Done by hand .
1. How many inkblots are on the standard Roshach Test?
2. How many miles of arteries, Capillaries , and veins are there in the adult human body?
3. What is the average lifespan fo a human being's taste buds?
4. In the original Hippocratic oath, by whom did the individual doctor swear to uphold the standards of professional behavior?
5. How many ribs does an man have?
6. What vaccine cause more death and illness than the disease it was intended to prevent?
1976 Swine Flu
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1. What is the strongest muscle in the body?
The Masseter (it is in the jaw) many people argue the tongue
2. What was Elvis's pet monkey's name?
3. What is the tallest mountain on earth?
Hawii, Maua Kea 31,800 from the floor of the ocean
4. On average what is the biggest expense for Americans?
Taxes (more then food, clothing, and shelter combined)
5. What was a the best selling car ever?
VW Beetle (over 22 million have been sold since 1937)
1. Groopman J.A A knife in the back :is surgery the best approach to chronic back pain? The New Yorker, April 8, 2002
2. Ryan I & Rollette D. Improvement of chronic sinusitis, constipation and pharyngitis in a child following chiropractic. care: a case report, Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health -- Chiropractic, 2013:1:"18-23
3. Fan R &Mullin L. Chronic post partum osteitis pubis managed with chiropractic. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & family Health -- Chiropractic.; 2013:1:15-17.
1. What is the dot over the "i" called?
Medicine3. What was the firs CD pressed in the US
Bruce Springstein's "Born in the USA"4.Who is the voice of Shaggy on Scooby-Doo?
Casey Kasem5. What directions do bats always turn when exiting a cave?
Drugs with aspartame
State Laws about vaccination exemptions
MS ALS Parkinson
1. According to the children song "Six Little Ducks" what did the one duck who ruled the others have on his back?
2. Which doctor is referred to as "The Nazi" int he TV show Grey Anatomy?
3. What are Bandit and Snowman transporting to the Republican Nation Convention in the movie Smokey and the Bandit II?
4. What song did Sir Elton John sing at the funeral of Princess Diana?
Candle in the Wind
5. What is pupaphobia?
Fear of puppets
1 What is unique about the 4th of May 2006 specifically two minutes and three seconds after one o'clock int he morning?
IT is the only time for 100 years that the date and time 01: 02:03 04.05.06.
2. What connects the following words: sitcom, smog, brunch, muppets, and cyborg?
They are all "portmanteau" words- combinations of two different words. "situation comedy", "smoke fog", "breakfast lunch" marionette puppet", cybernetic organism"
3. What is the only upper case letter of the English alphabet (in plain sans serif font)that requires the pen to be lifted twice(providing no lines are retraced)?
4. Who was known as the Wizard of Menlo Park?
5. What percentage of DNA do humans share with bananas?
January 2013 Trivia
1. What is the shortest complete sentence in the English Language?
2. What does 111,111,111*111,111,111= 12345678987654321
3. Name the two families who father and son wer both US Presidents.
Bush and Adam
4. What animal has the largest eye?
5. How many bone are the in the human spine?
24 vertebrae (1 occiput, 1 sacrum and 1 coccix)
What nationality was Chopin?
Who lived at 221B Baker Street, London?
Who Painted the Mona Lisa?
What did the crocodile swallow in Peter Pan?
What is the smallest country in the world?
Where would you find the philtrum?
Under your nose and above the mouth. The lip of skin.
Human Skin2. Why do boy's voices crack and break during puberty?
Because the vocal cords are lengthening, up until that point boys and girls vocal cords are the same length.3. What is the strongest bone in the body?
The thigh bone (femur). It is i hollow and ounce for ounce has a greater pressure tolerance and bearing strength than a rod of equivalent size cast steel.4. How many hairs are on the average human head?
135,0005. How fast is the air released when you sneeze?
up to 100 mph
2. Perhaps the fastest passenger trains i n the world can travel at a top speed of 188 MPH, and are found in France, and are known by what three word phrase?
3. It was called Malabouchia by Indians, Trio Grande Del Florida by the Spanish , and the St. Louis River by the French, How is it known today?
4. In the Earth's southern hemisphere, what season begins in March?
- The Mississippi River
5. How many times does the average human heart beat in a day?
- Over 100,000.00 times
2. What is JEEP an abbreviation for in the US military
- "General Purpose" Vehicle
3. How many way can you make change for $1.00?
4. How many dimples are on a regulation golf ball?
5. Who were Bert and Ernie on Sesame Street named after?
- Bert the cop, and Ernie the Taxi driver on "Its a Wonderful Life"
6. What did Al Capone's business cards state his profession was?
- Used furniture dealer
7. How many thoracic (mid-back) vertebra have ribs attached to them?
- 12 (all of them)
- What is the mythical belief about the memory of a gold fish?
- they only remember for 3 seconds
- Their nose
1.Travelling at 100mph how long would it take for a vehicle to reach the nearest star?
29 million Years
2. How much is spent by kids on chewing gum in North America every year?
$500,000,000.00 (half a billion dollars)
3. How much does the Earth weigh?
4. Which place on Earth is the brightest from space?
5. Who is the founder of Chiropractic?
Daniel David Palmer