To Do Or Not To Do By Kathryn Haag, D.C. psychologist at TEDxPeachtree 2016 shared a headline from July: “UMMS

To Do Or Not To Do

By Kathryn Haag, D.C.

A psychologist at TEDxPeachtree 2016 shared a headline from July: “UMMS Researchers Discover Novel Link Between Immune System, Social Behavior.” He then went on to boldly announce, “The nervous system talks between the brain and the gut, where a lot of the body’s immune function resides. If we can find a way to fix the flawed communication, we will essentially find a way to cure mental diseases, including autism.” The crowd erupted in applause.

Do you feel like you’ve heard this somewhere before?

Chiropractors, we can no longer sit back and let the world take credit for the ideas we’ve known all along. We can no longer let the Chiropractic message remain a secret. So TCL asks, are you ready to get engaged or continue to feel your voice doesn’t matter? Are you going to step up and get involved or stick your head in the sand? Are you going to keep Chiropractic separate and distinct, or allow it get absorbed by another entity? Are you going to keep this a drugless profession, or succumb to the seduction of Big Pharma’s money?

Join OneChiropractic, the ICA, become a state representative for your alma mater, become politically active, read Dr. Gerry Clum’s “Ghosts in the Machine” from this site…do your part.

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Kathryn Haag, D.C.

Director, Thought Leadership
Life University

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