[originally published in KCN, August 2011]
After practicing nearly fifteen years, I am still honored and humbled when asked to adjust a newborn. The other day I adjusted a three-day-old.
[originally published in KCN, May 2011]
In the 1950’s the islanders of Borneo, specifically the Dayak people, were stricken with a major malaria problem. Borneo is the third largest island in the world and is mostly part of Indonesia. In their efforts to help, the World Health Organization came up with a solution that was simple, straightforward, and, in hindsight, stupid: (more…)