News and articles
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The following articles have appeared in the media this week:
With the right kind of research, we can reduce health-care costs: Quality health care can be expensive and medical research has traditionally been thought to play a role in making it so. But research can also help cut the cost of medical care.
Traditional Indian Medicine seized in Sydney: Health authorities have raided Indian grocery stores in Sydney's southwest, seizing products they fear may cause lead poisoning.
Does inter-vertebral range of motion increase after spinal manipulation? A prospective cohort study: Despite claims by chiropractors that spinal manipulation is effective for a wide range of musculo-skeletal pain, this study found no differences in cervical sagittal IV-RoM between patients with non-specific neck pain and matched controls.
Hard to swallow this bitter pill: Pharmacy customers should be given the information they need on complementary medicine labels to make better choices about their healthcare.
Queensland Health pulls Australian Vaccination-Skeptics leaflet from pregnancy pack:a leaflet promoting the Australian Vaccination-Sceptics Network (AVN) has been pulled from Queensland Health’s pregnancy packs after a Gold Coast mum raised concerns about the document.
Myth? Bracelets can relieve arthritic pain: Magnetic wrist straps and copper bracelets offer no more pain relief or anti-inflammatory effects than placebo.