When appropriate.

When other medical conditions exist, chiropractic care may complement or support treatment by relieving the musculoskeletal elements linked to the condition, writes ACA Acting Executive Vice President Richard Miller within ACA’s formal comments. ACA specifically urges the government to change outdated, statutory language in Medicare to allow chiropractic physicians to apply and become reimbursed for the fullest extent of their licensure, training and competencies; appoint doctors of chiropractic as officers in the commissioned Regular Corps and the Prepared Reserve Corps of the Public Health Service; explain the intention of Section 2706 of the 2013 Patient Protection and Affordable Treatment Act to allow patients to see providers of their choice when searching for treatment for pain and other musculoskeletal circumstances; expand access to chiropractic services in the country’s military and Department of Veterans Affairs health care systems; and expand access to chiropractic services in every other federal health programs, including research programs linked to pain administration.

Presence of behavioral complications during adolescence and low cognitive capabilities were also found to raise a teen girl’s risk. Teenagers who said they found sexual content online, and those who had what experts deemed provocative, ‘high-risk profiles’ and social networks were found much more likely to meet up an Internet consumer offline. The analysis was published Jan. 14 in Pediatrics. ‘If someone wants a vulnerable teen to start an on-line sexual discourse, they’ll more likely target someone who presents herself provocatively,’ Noll, who also acts as director of research in behavioral medication and clinical psychology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, said in a news release.Presence of behavioral complications during adolescence and low cognitive capabilities were also found to raise a teen girl’s risk. Teenagers who said they found sexual content online, and those who had what experts deemed provocative, ‘high-risk profiles’ and social networks were found much more likely to meet up an Internet consumer offline. The analysis was published Jan. 14 in Pediatrics. ‘If someone wants a vulnerable teen to start an on-line sexual discourse, they’ll more likely target someone who presents herself provocatively,’ Noll, who also acts as director of research in behavioral medication and clinical psychology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, said in a news release.