Koren Wellness Articles

Chiropractic in the Time of COVID-19: A Missed Opportunity?

July 5, 2020 | 7 Comments

Chiropractic organizations, chiropractic schools Chiropractic’s overall reaction to the COVID-19 “pandemic” has been disappointingly “non-chiropractic” because it has not been congruent with chiropractic’s philosophy and world view. I’m not referring to individual DCs of course. Many have not drunk the “Kool-Aid®” and have not been scared into submission by the herd-like mainstream media. If you…

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Crib Death Dropping: A Silver Lining to the Lockdown

June 30, 2020 | 13 Comments

First a little background on crib death Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) or crib death (cot death in the UK and Australia) is the sudden, unexplained death of an infant under one year old. It is the leading cause of death for babies between one and 12 months old, according to the National Institute of…

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If You Wear A Mask You Should Get Vaccinated

June 2, 2020 | 6 Comments

Highlights Germ Theory vs. Hygienic School Face Masks Make Us Sick End The Lockdown—Everyone Back To Work Just Follow The Rules Land of the Free, Home of the Brave Germ theory vs. hygienic school Question: What does the wearing of a face mask have to do with vaccination? Answer: Both subscribe to the same germ theory.…

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Iatrogenic Illness

May 29, 2020 | 7 Comments

The nursing home pandemic:
Let’s be clear, this entire Wuhan Flu (Covid-19) so-called pandemic is a hysterical overreaction to a seasonal flu. The numbers of deaths and cases have been inflated to justify the overreaction—the computer models on which the lockdown, etc. have been based were found to be seriously incorrect and there is no proof lockdowns, social distancing, masks and all the other things we’re doing make any difference at all. …

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Science or Science Fiction?

You can’t. OK, you can. In these times of social distancing it’s hard to find exciting things to do. How about shopping? Beth and I went to Costco. It’s never been an exciting experience, especially since one of us (OK, me) doesn’t like shopping. They have notices outside the building stating that it is mandatory that people wear face masks. We didn’t have face masks and walked right in. We shopped uninterrupted (there were a...

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Hysteria: More Contagious Than the Flu

Coronavirus hysteria Ah yes, the news and the coronavirus hysteria continues. So where have I been? I’ve been collecting great information and doing podcasts. I’m very proud to have been asked to speak for the Weston A. Price Foundation in their Wise Traditions podcast. It was just published. Below you’ll find the link and a description.…

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Coronavirus: We Should Have Learned by Now

And late-breaking coronavirus news (as of March 31st) Both NY and CA report that the number of new cases of coronavirus is dropping. But even more is dropping—a March 30th paper published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases estimates a 0.66% death rate [WHO said it would be 3.4% and that set off the panic]. (1)…

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Corona Fiasco: Can We All Go Out and Play Now?

The big corona fiasco “Computer modeling” is a fancy way of saying we put data in the computer and it gave us answers based on certain assumptions. Computers have made lots of predictions: the earth will freeze into a new ice age; the earth will heat up and our cities will be under water; AIDS…

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Corona Virus: Going, Going, Gone!

The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed—and hence clamorous to be led to safety—by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary. H.L. Mencken  Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts. Richard P. Feynman, Physicist & Educator Corona virus hysteria is very powerful!…

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Corona Alert: The Martians are Coming!

Corona alert! The Martians are coming! Our current corona hysteria reminds me of an event that occurred in the not-so-distant past. The novel The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells (first serialized in 1897) described a Martian invasion of the earth. The police, the army and the air force were powerless before their powerful…

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Subluxations, the POS and Chinese Medicine

Playing with posture to find subluxations What’s in a posture? A world of difference. A massive amount of structural stress (subluxations) may occur when posture changes. As a person changes his posture, subluxations come and go. Put simply, subluxations are “state-specific.” To make things even more interesting, the posture or “state” may be physical, emotional or…

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Allergy Relief Using the POS with KST

Allergy relief can be easily and quickly obtained using a recently-discovered physiological phenomenon. Allergy relief question Who gets subluxated lying face down (or face up) on a table? Allergy relief answer Pretty much no one! Real-life scenarios In real life, most people get subluxated when they are active: playing sports, involved in accidents, running, jumping,…

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KST: Discovering What Most Doctors Miss

KST: a snapshot or a movie? What’s the difference between a snapshot and a movie? A snapshot records a moment frozen in time while a movie records a continuous flow of time. Here is a little personal story that shows how this relates to healthcare and KST. We were traveling from Philadelphia to Williamsburg, Virginia…

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The Coronavirus is Coming!

Coronavirus: Oh no! Head for the hills!  Is it coronavirus or deja vu? I’ll never forget the scene. A few years ago, I was in a hotel teaching a KST seminar and during a break I went into the lobby. I was attracted to the large screen TV with the latest breaking story. On the…

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