Nutritional Requirements

Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

Concern has been expressed that the public is subject to nutritional misinformation. Examination of nutrition designated units in nine chiropractic colleges enjoying accreditation or candidate status according to the Council on Chiropractic Education suggests that these colleges are not a source of such misinformation.

Author(s): 
Jamison, J. R.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

Health authorities are concerned about community exposure to nutritional misinformation. Adequate education of health professionals in nutritional matters has been proposed as an important strategy for counteracting such misinformation. This paper provides an example of how the undergraduate chiropractic curriculum may be used to facilitate the development of a framework which enables discrimination between nutritional sense and nonsense. It also discusses how student awareness of discrepancies between personal belief, nutritional science and clinical practice reality may be enhanced.

Author(s): 
Jamison, J. R.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Advanced Nursing

AIM: The paper is a report of the study to determine the effects of the cardiovascular risk management programme with Tai Chi on cardiovascular risks, health behaviours and quality of life in individuals with coronary artery disease. BACKGROUND: Many eligible patients with coronary artery disease do not participate in programmes for cardiovascular risk management, mainly because of lack of motivation, high cost or limited accessibility. Tai Chi has been introduced by health professionals to promote cardiovascular functioning and quality of life.

Author(s): 
Park, In Sook
Song, Rhayun
Oh, Kyong Ok
So, Hee Young
Kim, Dal Sook
Kim, Jong Im
Kim, Tae Sook
Kim, Hyun Li
Ahn, Suk Hee
Publication Title: 
Journal of Advanced Nursing

AIM: The paper is a report of the study to determine the effects of the cardiovascular risk management programme with Tai Chi on cardiovascular risks, health behaviours and quality of life in individuals with coronary artery disease. BACKGROUND: Many eligible patients with coronary artery disease do not participate in programmes for cardiovascular risk management, mainly because of lack of motivation, high cost or limited accessibility. Tai Chi has been introduced by health professionals to promote cardiovascular functioning and quality of life.

Author(s): 
Park, In Sook
Song, Rhayun
Oh, Kyong Ok
So, Hee Young
Kim, Dal Sook
Kim, Jong Im
Kim, Tae Sook
Kim, Hyun Li
Ahn, Suk Hee

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