Exercise Recommendations Draw Mixed Reviews : Do the Guideline Conclusions Represent a Viable Approach to Acute Back Pain ... or a Biased View of the Scientific Evidence?
Take Two Aspirin and Call Me in a Month? : Some Critics Charge Back Pain Guideline Represents a “Do-Nothing” Approach
Newly Documented Health Risks with Heavy Acetaminophen Use
New Ergonomics Standards : The Difficulty of Separating Political from Medical Correctness
The Panel Recommendations and Findings on Exercise
By Definition, Medical Guidelines Are a Product of Flawed Scientific Evidence Guidelines Rarely Achieve Universal Acceptance
Can Electrical Stimulation Help Spines Fuse? Proponents and Skeptics Disagree Over Evidence
Editor's Note
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