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Fall 2010

Issue 27

The Vitalistic Healing Model

Table of Contents References

Letter from the Editor

Jeanne Ohm, DC

Rewriting the Story of Who We Are: A Shift to Conscious Choice

Lisa Reagan

(No References)

Be Open ~ Embracing New Information

Madisyn Taylor

(No References)

The Vitalistic Healing Model

Donald Glassey, M.S.W., D.C., L.M.T.

  • Bernard, Claude. Experimental Medicine. Cambridge, 1967.

  • Cannon, W.B. The Wisdom of the Body. New York: Norton, 1939.

  • Carlson, Richard and Shield, Benjamin, editors. Healers on Healing Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, 1989.

  • Dossey, L., “What’s love got to do with it?”,Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. 2 (1996): 8-15.

  • Dubos, Rene. A God Within. New York Charles Saunder’s Sons, 1972.

  • Dubos, Rene. Man Adapting. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1980

  • Epstein, Donald. Communications in the Network Office.  Innate Intelligence Inc. Seminar, 1990.

  • Epstein, Donald. Establishing a Network Chiropractic Practice. Innate Intelligence Inc. Seminar, 1995.

  • Epstein, Donald. The Vitalistic Practitioner. Innate Intelligence Inc., 1989

  • Garrison, F.H. History of Medicine. W.B. Saunders Co., Fourth Edition, 1929.

  • Guyton, A.C. and Hall, J.E. Textbook of Medical Physiology. W.B. Saunders Co., Tenth Edition, 2000.

  • Wiener, Norbert. I Am a Mathematician. Garden City: Doubleday, 1956.

7 Habits for High-Level Living

Kevin Hinton, M.A.

(No References)

First the Chicken, Then the Egg

Jeanne Ohm, D.C.

(No References)

The Genius of the Unborn Child

Sarah Farrant, D.C.

(No References)

Connecting with Baby Before Birth

Jessica Zucker, Ph.D.

(No References)

Why Home Birth Is Necessary

Ina May Gaskin, C.P.M.

  • Ackerman J. The Downside of Upright. National Geographic. July. (2006): 126-145.

  • Bruner, J., Gaskin I.M., et al., “All-fours Maneuver for Reducing Shoulder Dystocia,” The Journal of Reproductive Medicine. (1998): 43:439-43.

  • Curtis P., “Breast Stimulation to Augment Labor: History, Mystery, and Culture,” Birth. (1999): 26: 123-6.

  • Curtis P., “A Comparison of Breast Stimulation and Intravenous Oxytocin for the Augmentation of Labor”, Birth. (1999): 26:115-122.

  • Gabbe, S.G., Niebyl J.R., and Simpson J.L. Obstetrics: Normal & Problem Pregnancies, 4th ed. New York: Churchill Livingstone, 2002.

  • Gaskin Ina May. Spiritual Midwifery. Summertown, TN: The Book Publishing Company, 1975.

  • Gaskin, Ina May, “Understanding Birth and Sphincter Law,” British Journal of Midwifery, Volume 12, Number 9, (2004).

  • Meenan, A., Gaskin I.M., et al., “A New (Old) Maneuver for the Management of Shoulder Dystocia,” The Journal of Family Practice. (1991): 32:625-29.

  • Wagner, M. Born in the USA: How a Broken Maternity System Must Be Fixed to Put Women and Children First. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005.

From Russia, With Love

Pamela Stone, D.C.

(No References)

Parenting Within Civilization

John Breeding, Ph.D.

(No References)

Feminism and Childcare: Have Women Been Misled?

Peter S. Cook, M.R.C.Psych., D.C.H.

  • Belsky, J., “Developmental Risks (Still) Associated with Early Child Care,” Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 42 (2001): 845-860.

  • Belsky J., “Quantity Counts: Amount of Child Care and Children’s Socioemotional Development,” Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 23 (2002): 167-170.

  • Breazeale T.E., “Attachment Parenting: A Practical Approach for the Reduction of Attachment Disorders and the Promotion of Emotionally Secure Children,” Thesis submitted to the faculty of Bethel College for the degree of Master of Education, 2001,

  • Breazeale T.E., “Co-sleeping. In ‘Attachment Parenting: A Practical Approach for the Reduction of Attachment Disorders and the Promotion of Emotionally Secure Children’”, Master’s thesis, Bethel Colleg, 2001.

  • “Breastfeeding and the use of Human Milk,”

  • “Childrearing, Culture and Mental Health: Exploring an Ethological-Evolutionary Perspective in Child Psychiatry and Preventive Mental Health with Particular Referenceto Two Contrasting Approaches to Early Childrearing,”

  • Cook P.S., “Rethinking the Early Childcare Agenda,” Medical Journal of Australia. 170(1999): 29-31.

  • “Home Truths Absent in Early Childcare Debate: We Need Parent-Friendly Policy Options,”

  • Leach P., “Infant Care from Infants’ Viewpoint: The Views of Some Professionals,” Early Dev. Parenting. 6 (1997): 47-58.

  • Mortensen, EL, et al., “The Association between Duration of Breastfeeding and Adult Intelligence,” Journal of the American Medical Association. 287(2002): 2365-2371.

  • NICHD Early Child Care Research Network, “Does Quality of Child Care Affect Child Outcomes at Age 4 ½?” Developmental Psychology. 39(2003): 581-593.

  • NICHD Early Child Care Research Network, “Does Quality of Child Care Predict Socioemotional Adjustment during the Transition to Kindergarten?” Child Development. 74(2003): 976-1005.

  • “The Species-Normal Experience for Human Infants: A Biological and Cross-Cultural Perspective,”

  • Tooley, J. The Miseducation of Women. London, 2002: 45, 51, 64, 86.

  • WHO/UNICEF. On the Protection, Promotion and Support of Breastfeeding. Innocenti Declaration. Florence, Italy, 1990.

Balancing Emotions

John Demartini, D.C.

(No References)

Traditional Healing, Modern Science

Teresa Tsalaky

(No References)

Nurturing the Developing Brain to Achieve Maximum Potential

Keri Chiappino, D.C., DACNB

(No References)

Chemical Cookware

Jennifer McKinley

(No References)

How Scientific Is Modern Medicine, Really?

Dana Ullman, M.P.H.

  • Angell, M. The Truth about Drug Companies. New York: Random House, 2004.

  • “We Fought Cancer, and Cancer Won,”

  • Clinical Evidence:

  • Conroy, S., McIntyre, J., and Choonara, I., “Unlicensed and off label drug use in neonates,” Archives of Disease in Childhood – Fetal and Neonatal Edition. 80(1999): F142-F145.

  • Darwin, F. (ed.). The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1903.

  • “High Anxiety,” Consumer Reports, January (1993): 19-24.

  • Horen, B., Montastruc, J., and Lapeyre-mestre, M., “Adverse Drug Reactions and Off-label Drug Use in Paediatric Outpatients,” Br J Clin Pharmacol. 54(6)(2002): 665-670.

  • “Infant Mortality and Life Expectancy for Selected Countries, 2007,”

  • Levi, R., “Science Is for Sale,” Skeptical Inquirer, July/August, 30:4(2006): 44-46.

  • “More Americans Take Prescription Medication,”

  • “Office of Technology Assessment, 1978,”

  • “Pfizer Gets Details on Payments to Doctors,”

  • “Prescription Drug Trends Fact Sheet – May 2010 Update,”

  • Roberts, W. H. “Orthodoxy Vs. Homeopathy: Ironic Developments Following the Flexner Report at the Ohio State University,” Bulletin on the History of Medicine60:1, (1986): 73-87.

  • Shah, S.S., Hall, M., et al., “Off-label Drug Use in Hospitalized Children,” Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 161 (2007):282-290.

  • “Use of Prescription and Over-the-counter Medications and Dietary Supplements Among Older Adults in the United States,”

  • Walsh, J. J. History of the Medical Society of the State of New York. New York: Medical Society of the State of New York, 1907.