Medicine: Utterly Relaxed

The M.D.s last week dropped another blockbuster on their old enemies, the chiropractors. Rallying to defeat a bill in the legislature which would license chiropractors to practice in the State of New York, the New York Medical Society issued a pamphlet containing this report by a Queens County medical examiner of a case in 1942.

"The wife stated that the afternoon before his death he complained of headache. She said to him, 'I want you to come to our family physician.' He said, 'No, I am not sick. I have just a headache. I think what I need is a chiropractic adjustment.'...

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