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Providing a path to drug-free pain therapy

By Cynthia Miller The New Mexican “What is pain? Where does it exist?” Beau Hightower asks about a dozen students at the Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine and Health Sciences during a recent night class. “Only here,” he says, pointing to his head. Brain science is “soft,” particularly when it comes to traumatic brain injury, the practitioner tells the students, some still dressed in scrubs from their day jobs at medical clinics. He demonstrates a

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The Naprapath in The Rain Forest

Dear Friends and Colleagues, I am privileged to introduce you to Professor John Blum’s recently published article The Naprapath in the Rainforest. Two years ago I received a call from Professor Blum, and he told me that he was writing an article on adding Complementary Alternative Medicine to the Affordable Care Act for the Nexus Law Journal. The Nexus Journal is a well read and distributed Journal of Law and Policy from the Chapman University

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A hands-on approach to vets’ job transitions

Patriotic companies across this wonderful land have stepped up over the past decade to give jobs to America’s brave veterans. Their noble gesture is a welcome contrast to the indifference of decades previous, when nobody seemed to care about the person after the uniform came off. But back then, there were good jobs in abundance. The America of the 21st century has a different economic landscape than that faced by the veterans of World War

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