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Wednesday, August 07, 2013

More about the dangers of X-rays


Digital gadgets damaging children's spines

DANIELLE STREET

Margaret Bryce
DANIELLE STREET/Fairfax NZ
MODERN HAZARD: Chiropractor Margaret Bryce says young people are damaging their spines by heavy usage of digital devices.

Children as young as 10 have spinal deformities caused by prolonged use of handheld devices, according to an Auckland chiropractor.
Margaret Bryce is deeply concerned by the increase in the number of people coming to her with straightening of the neck curve, or cervical kyphosis.

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Gary:
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
Good article overall but it does highlight the unnecessary use of x-rays on young people, increasing their lifetime risk of developing cancer.

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks

We have got to stop relying on X-rays.  This technology is causing far too much harm.

Alternatives include:

  • Looking, asking, observing, palpating - a lost art in medicine
  • MRI imaging
  • Ultrasound
Avoid all unnecessary x-rays, including airport body scanners.  Be particularly wary of x-rays of the head, neck, chest and abdomen.  Avoid x-rays of the long bones (they contain bone marrow which is very sensitive to radiation - Think "leukaemia").

In my experience the best part of 90% of all the x-rays done on people are unneccesary.
All New Zealanders should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
All New Zealanders should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
All New Zealanders should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
All New Zealanders should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks

should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
should be deeply concerned at the over-reliance of health professionals with using x-ray imaging for diagnosing the obvious, as portrayed in this article.

X-rays do increase cancer risk and their use should be judicious to the extreme with young people. This is especially the case when x-raying the head, neck and trunk of a young person.

In the case of these young people who are suffering postural pain the need for x-rays is as good as zilch!

If you don't believe what I am saying here is a search string of a research database that gives you an idea of the weight of evidence against the use of this kind of imaging technology in anything other than the most needy of cases:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/gmi/x-ray%20risks
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