We’re “ReBlogging” select articles from SpinalColumnBlog.com — the platform that gave inspiration for what you now know as Spinal Column Radio.
“If you have a dump, you’ve got rats.”
That’s what the late chiropractic icon, Fred Barge, used to say when it comes to one’s health.
It doesn’t work the other way around. Rats don’t create the dump, rather rats are attracted to the dump. In many ways, germs are a lot like rats in that they are both opportunistic. Germs, like rats, not only seek out but require a place to set up camp.
How’s your dump?
– Listen to us talk about this reblog on SCR 170.
[originally published in KCN, January 2013]
As we find ourselves in the thick of cold and flu season our focus on avoiding germs becomes top priority for many of us. We’re quick to Purell our hands and sanitize everything we touch. But are germs really the issue? The reality is, they’re no more of an issue now than they are at any other time of year.
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