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Skeptical guide to chiropractic history, theories, and current practices.
Chiropractors cause controversy
Ben Goldacre writes in "The Guardian" about the lawsuit involving the British Chiropractic Association.
NCAHF Position Paper on Chiropractic
The National Council Against Health Fraud presents the history, risks, and legal cases concerning this treatment, with recommendations for consumers.
Quackwatch: Chiropractic's Dirty Secret: Neck Manipulation and Strokes
Article by a medical doctor looking at the evidence of a connection between chiropractic neck manipulation and strokes, and what action should be taken.
Science-Based Medicine: Chiropractic
An archive of articles by physicians, examining the lack of evidence for the claims made by practitioners, and the risks associated with treatment.
The Skeptic's Dictionary - Chiropractic
Detailed account of the theories and practices, with case studies and references concerning negative outcomes.
A Skeptical Consumer’s Look at Chiropractic Claims: Flimflam in Florida?
The Committee for Skeptical Enquiry presents the results of a study into the claims and methods of practitioners in Florida.
Simon Singh: the libel fight goes on
On the day he won a key court ruling, the science writer explains in New Scientist why he won't apologise for what he has written about chiropractic. (April 01, 2010)
Fatal Adjustments: How Chiropractic Kills
J. D. Haines, MD writes in the newsletter of the Skeptics Society, presenting details of recent evidence-based research and literature reviews. (October 21, 2009)
Chirocopalypse: British chiropractors running scared
Presents letters from the British Chiropractic Association to members following the quackery claims made by journalist Simon Singh. (June 17, 2009)
New Scientist: What You Should Know About Chiropractic
Article by Edzard Ernst looking at the origin of chiropractic, its claimed benefits, evidence of effectiveness, and possible dangers. (May 29, 2009)
Neurologicablog: Chiropractic Lawsuit
Details the case of a Canadian woman who sued for malpractice after suffering a stroke following neck manipulation. (June 17, 2008)
NEJM: A Comparison of Active and Simulated Chiropractic Manipulation as Adjunctive Treatment for Childhood Asthma
Full text of the original article from The New England Journal of Medicine. (October 08, 1998)
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