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How Many Drugs Do You Want To Be On?
By Drs. Neal and Nicole Barry

USA Today finds that all you have to do is ask.

pillsAs research on big-pharma continues to shine light on the true intentions of these companies, the concern over the USA Today took on this dangerous topic in order to open its reader’s eyes to the truth. So…are you on your way to ending up on more drugs…or fewer drugs. Read on…(I’m actually hearing a drug ad right now as I write this!!!)

Click here to read the USA Today Article

Chiropractic does not have a pill to sell you…we are not about the quick fixes. Health is a process, not an event.

We (unfortunately) do not have a $4.8 billion advertising budget. This is why we rely on you, or happy and healthy patients, to tell those you know and care for, about how chiropractic care in our office has helped you to become healthier.

We congratulate you all in taking a proactive approach to your health, and caring enough about your friends, family, and co-workers to refer them into our care.

In This Issue:
How Many Drugs to You Want to be On?
The Power of a Chiropractic Adjustment
Smile, Spring has Sprung!
Roast Lemon Chicken with Spring Vegetables

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