Around 210 BC, in the company of several hundred virgins, court alchemist Xu Fu was dispatched by the Qin Dynasty emperor, Qin Shi Huang, to find The Elixir of Immortality. He was never heard from again. Taking matters into his own hands, the emperor instructed his court alchemists to devise their own potions for eternal youth.
Obligation builds community,” postulates Marc Rosenstein in his Galilee Diary.  “The challenge,” he continues, “is how to generate and preserve a sense of obligation.”
I had the privilege this past spring of attending CMCC’s home-coming weekend opening luncheon.
Sustainability. This has become a buzzword denoting a more or less ideal state to strive for in all aspects of our lives including the systems we look to for the restoration and/or preservation of health.
As a chiropractor, I have noticed that the frustrating truth behind flying helicopters is the great number of potential neck and back injuries that can be sustained by active aviators.
Each year, the May issue of Canadian Chiropractor focuses on wellness and nutrition.
The way in which Innate expresses itself is unique to each of us, and that expression is priceless! The maximized expression of your innate intelligence is precisely where the juice of life exists. In some of us, that juice is dormant; in others, that juice is toxic; in still others, that juice is the wellspring from which massive, passionate action occurs daily. For this group, success seems effortless and their enjoyment in life is always at a premium. Have you noticed this?
For the chiropractic profession, community outreach, like all efforts by its practitioners, has many branches. Some chiropractic groups raise funds for local charities and/or health-care facilities and hospitals.
Aug. 10, Geneva, Switzerland  – On Tuesday, August 9, the World Health Organization (WHO)  declared the H1N1 pandemic over.
Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most important health issues among rotary-wing aircrews at Mustang Helicopters Ltd.
Rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries involves integrating the best possible therapeutic tools at the optimal phases of healing.
Like the age-old adage referring to the cobbler’s children walking barefoot, a chiropractor may focus on the health needs of clients instead of his or her own. Efforts to build and sustain a practice and manage other personal issues are likely to impact his or her health and wellness at some point.
Two of the greatest words in our vocabulary are ‘expect’ and ‘miracle’. These words awaken the power of expectation and make possible the enriching qualities of hope, desire, enthusiasm and excitement that unfold into a rewarding and purposeful life.
I wish you could watch the profession of chiropractic from my vantage point. With every passing month, something occurs to bring chiropractic into the radar of other health professionals and the general public in a positive way, strengthening the profession’s position, certainly in Canada, but also on a global scale!
May 5, 2009 – Think about it; you are managing a personal service business and spending all of your time helping others.
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