Nov
19
2010
0

Namibia alert was ’security test’ - BBC News


The Guardian
Namibia alert was 'security test'
BBC News
A suspect package intercepted at a Namibian airport was a dummy used to test security, German officials say. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said officials had established that it was a so-called "real-test suitcase". He said no explosives were
Namibia suspicious package was a security testThe Associated Press
Germany says Namibia terror alert was a security testThe Guardian
Device at Namibian Airport Was a Security TestNew York Times
AFP -Christian Science Monitor -Bloomberg
all 1,067 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
19
2010
0

Bernanke Blames China For Currency Policies - Forbes


CBC.ca
Bernanke Blames China For Currency Policies
Forbes
Fed head speaking in Germany on Friday also denies that QE2 is responsible for the weakness of the dollar. When Ben Bernanke talks, the world stops to listen. Early Friday morning, the Fed chairman spoke at a European Central Banking Conference in
Treasurys edge up, supported by BernankeMarketWatch
Bernanke Presses China on Imbalances, Echoing ObamaNew York Times
Ben Bernanke: Yes, the US Economy Needs More StimulusThe Atlantic
Financial Times -San Francisco Chronicle -AdvisorOne
all 943 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
19
2010
0

Analysis: Ireland’s corporate tax in dispute in EU rescue - Reuters


BBC News (blog)
Analysis: Ireland's corporate tax in dispute in EU rescue
Reuters
PARIS (Reuters) - Ireland's ultra-low corporation tax rate, a magnet for foreign investment over the last decade, is at the center of a tug-of-war between Dublin and its European partners over an expected financial rescue.
Ireland rescue hopes bring euro reliefFinancial Times
European Stocks Slightly Down for WeekWall Street Journal
After Ireland, spotlight on Portugal, SpainMarketWatch
New York Times -BusinessWeek -Bloomberg
all 8,896 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
18
2010
0

Slain publicist was master at stirring Oscar buzz - CNN International


Fox News
Slain publicist was master at stirring Oscar buzz
CNN International
By Ann O'Neill, CNN (CNN) — Ronni Chasen came to California to be an actress and spent the next four decades as a Hollywood publicist. But she didn't like being called a publicist, a flack or a mouthpiece. "I'm a press agent," she'd say, according to
Police have little evidence in Ronni Chasen slayingLos Angeles Times
Publicist Slaying Unites HollywoodTIME
Reward offer over publicist deathBBC News
Dallas Morning News -New York Post -Entertainment Weekly
all 71 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
18
2010
0

Sweden to issue warrant for Assange - Sydney Morning Herald


Globe and Mail
Sweden to issue warrant for Assange
Sydney Morning Herald
AP Swedish prosecutors say they will seek an international arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after a court approved their request on Thursday to detain him for questioning in a rape case. The Australian is suspected of rape,
Sweden Issues Arrest Warrant for WikiLeaks' Assange in Rape InvestigationBloomberg
Swedish Court Orders Detention Of WikiLeaks FounderWall Street Journal
Swedish Court Decides to Detain WikiLeaks' AssangePC World
Monsters and Critics.com -euronews -AFP
all 509 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
18
2010
0

General Motors Opens Up 6% Post-IPO >GM - Wall Street Journal


Los Angeles Times
General Motors Opens Up 6% Post-IPO >GM
Wall Street Journal
General Motors Co.'s (GM) stock opened 6% higher in its initial public offering debut Thursday, vanquishing any fears that the shares had been priced too high. The stock opened at on the New York Stock Exchange, up from its initial
GM CEO won't promise bailout repaymentCNNMoney
General Motors shares jump on Wall Street returnThe Associated Press
Ronald Bloom Calls GM's IPO Price a `Fair Value': VideoBloomberg
MarketWatch -ABC News -Reuters
all 4,229 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
17
2010
0

Thinking about a Chiropractor in Lees Summitt, MO

In Kansas City there are many choices available as far as chiropractors are concerned. The question is however, how does one actually go about choosing a good chiropractor? Let’s go ahead and take a look at the basics of chiropractics.

First of all, chiropractics focus primarily on the spine, given that the spinal column is a vital link within the body’s central nervous system. A central nervous system can to a certain extent be compared to a train depot, in that both of them are responsible for sending out signals. In other words, it’s the central nervous system which is responsible for each and every one of the body’s movements and bodily functions. The central nervous system starts in the brain and then makes its way down the length of your back, and of course your spine follows the same route. Let’s look at an example involving a broken back. Now if a person breaks their back, they almost always end up being paralyzed. One of the reasons for this is because the brain can no longer send messages to all the different parts of the body. Now if your legs are not receiving an instruction to move, they obviously won’t move.

We put our bodies through a tremendous amount of stress on a daily basis, and because of all this wear and tear, the spinal column can often end up out of alignment. Let’s face it; everyone experiences things such as slips, falls, and other types of injuries. In most cases we usually tend to recover within a relatively short space of time, but unfortunately, such incidents can also cause the bones of the spine to be misaligned. When this happens, we’ll usually experience back pain or a tingling sensation in other areas of the body. A chiropractor can be worth his or her weight in gold, here. Don’t forget, these are professionals who have spent many years studying the spine and the central nervous system. During the course of their studies, they learn several techniques which are capable of realigning a misaligned spine, and as you can imagine, there are many benefits to be had. Of course the most obvious benefit is that messages will be able to travel from the brain to other parts of the body without any form of interruption.

Another extremely noticeable benefit to be found by using a chiropractor is that it helps to train your body to heal itself. In order for your body to function properly, your spine needs to be in proper alignment. Since sending messages to the various body parts, the nerves are also responsible for controlling a person’s organs, and even their mental health. Furthermore, your body relies on the production of several hormones, and if the central nervous system has a problem, the parts of your body responsible for producing these hormones won’t be getting any messages, and as a result, the hormones won’t be produced. In fact, this is what is responsible for auto-immune diseases. When your spine is aligned correctly, your brain is able to successfully send out all the necessary messages so that your body is able to defend itself against things such as infections for example.

Contrary to what you may believe, going to see a chiropractor doesn’t necessarily need to cost you an arm and a leg, and besides, most health care providers are willing to cover such costs. In medical circles, a chiropractic visit is considered to be not only a healing method, but it’s also seen as being a preventative course of action. One of the best things is that it’s non-invasive. So, you can have your spine aligned without having to worry about needles and/or the sight of blood. Sure, a small number of patients do experience a certain amount of pain during the process of realignment, but there is certainly no doubt that the benefits outweigh the discomfort by far. Most people, who go to see a chiropractor, end up doing so on a regular basis, simply because they believe that it improves the quality of their lives. Not only do they learn how to control pain, but they are also able to overcome ailments which have held them back for years. Providing you choose a good, reputable chiropractor, you can be rest assured they will work with you in order to guarantee you experience an improvement in your overall health and the quality of your life.

Check out this great video

, %video2% or %video3%

If your looking for Chiropractic in Shawnee Kansas, Kansas City Chiropractors or Olathe Chiropractor, check out http://enschiropractic.com, your one stop for all your Chiropractic needs!

Written by admin in: Diseases, Conditions and Treatments |
Nov
17
2010
0

TSA Chief to Get Congressional Pat-Down - CBS News


Fox News
TSA Chief to Get Congressional Pat-Down
CBS News
(CBS) The Senate Homeland Security Committee gave him the pat-down Tuesday, so Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole is likely to get a full-body X-Ray scan during testimony Wednesday from the Senate Commerce,
US airport security staff touch a nerveAFP
TSA chief likely to face lawmakers' questions on pat-downs, body scansCNN International
If you won't go through screening, you won't fly, TSA saysWashington Post
Boston Globe -TIME -Houston Chronicle
all 2,668 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
17
2010
0

US Senate Ban on Budget Earmarks Sought by Four Lawmakers - BusinessWeek


Reuters
US Senate Ban on Budget Earmarks Sought by Four Lawmakers
BusinessWeek
Nov. 17 (Bloomberg) — Four US senators from both parties want a Senate vote on their plan to impose a moratorium on budget earmarks, which direct government expenditures to pet projects in lawmakers' home states.
Senate Democrats swim against anti-earmark tideThe Associated Press
Will Senate Republicans' Self-Imposed Ban on Earmarks Do Any Good?ABC News
Senate Democrats swim against anti-earmark tideBoston Globe
The Washington Independent -Columbus Dispatch -New York Times
all 2,336 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |
Nov
17
2010
0

Britain Signals Intention to Help Ireland in Debt Crisis - New York Times


CBC.ca
Britain Signals Intention to Help Ireland in Debt Crisis
New York Times
Ireland's finance minister, Brian Lenihan, arrives for a meeting of European finance ministers in Brussels on Wednesday. By JAMES KANTER and STEVEN ERLANGER BRUSSELS — The British government signaled Wednesday that it could
Dublin says aid package might be neededFinancial Times
Rehn: Dublin talks to focus on two main areasRTE.ie
Pound Near Eight-Week High Against Euro on Irish Banks ConcernBusinessWeek
Wall Street Journal -Reuters -Telegraph.co.uk
all 5,065 news articles »

Written by admin in: Chiro News |

Powered by WordPress | Aeros Theme | TheBuckmaker.com