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It's not that they're left wing, it's that each new generation grew up with the changes made by the previous generations.100 years ago, women were fighting for the right to vote. People who wanted women to vote were considered radicals. Conservatives didn't much like the idea of women voting. Today, it's just considered the way things should be.The desegregation of schools in the US was a hot topic and was very controversial in the 1950's and 1960's. Conservatives didn't like this idea very much. What do people today think of mixed races in the classroom? It's a non-event.Recently it was gay marriage. Once again, it's about people having access to equality of treatment and services and benefits. Conservatives still don't think it's a good idea. The rest of us accepted this long ago as a matter of rights and moved on.So if you're an ideological conservative, you don't like change. That's the very definition of the word "conservative" - liking things the way they are. If Millennials are cool with gay marriage - and polls show that they overwhelmingly are - then this doesn't mean they're left wing. It simply means that you are too conservative.

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I have a good friend who is a chiropractor so this is NOT aimed at all chiropractors. Some try very hard to use evidence-based practice and increase the profile and credibility of the profession. More importantly some chiropractors try to bring the discipline up to date and perform research etc. I have no problem with that because evidence is very important. However there is a historical amount of woo associated with chiropractic that needs to be ditched, and there are some practitioners who appear to me to be acting well outside their scope of practice and expertise - anti vaccination for example. I will leave you to decide, here are some irrefutable evidence-based facts to work with:Chiropractic is based on something that a victorian grocer (Daniel Palmer) dreamed up whilst trying to contact the dead (no, I’m not making this up). He claimed that the ghost of a dead doctor revealed the secret to him. He was later arrested and charged with practicing medicine without a licence. Palmer was a fraudster - a criminal. To get around the law (and evade taxation) he tried to classify chiropractic as a new religion. That didn't work. Spiritualism and religion are diametrically opposed to science because science uses evidence whereas religion and spiritualism rely on belief and faith. Science tends to be quantitative in epistemology, religion and spiritualism tend to be qualitative, because belief and faith are not physically measurable. They are only in the mind.Chiropractic uses a term “vertebral subluxation” as one of the main causes of illness that they treat. Note that this is NOT the medical definition of the term which would (loosely) refer to this:You can clearly see that one of the neck vertebrae has slipped forwards. This would more accurately be called spondylolisthesis.The correct definition of subluxation is:subluxationnounsub·​lux·​a·​tion | \ ˌsə-ˌblək-ˈsā-shən \Definition of subluxation: partial dislocation (as of one of the bones in a joint)The WHO definition of a subluxation in chiropractic is:"A lesion or dysfunction in a joint or motion segment in which alignment, movement integrity and/or physiological function are altered, although contact between joint surfaces remains intact.”..and therefore is something that (somewhat conveniently) cannot necessarily be seen on a radiograph. Chiropractic’s own regulatory body realises that this is a bit dodgy (and potentially a cause for litigation) - they state:The chiropractic vertebral subluxation complex is an historical concept but it remains a theoretical model. It is not supported by any clinical research evidence that would allow claims to be made that it is the cause of disease.REFLet’s just summarise that last point. The regulatory body for chiropractic states that the main foundation of their own practice is not actually a cause of disease (according the best current evidence or indeed any evidence collected over the last 120 years).Personally, I do not agree that it can be called a theoretical model because it is not based on theory (under the primary definition of the word). The reason that the regulatory body insist that chiropractors abide by this definition is because……Research shows chiropractic to be largely ineffective (or completely ineffective) for any medical condition (Pozadski and Ernst, 2011). The only area where chiropractic may offer value is in low back pain (Rubinstein, et al., 2018) - but, again, that is something that you should consult a doctor or physiotherapist about. Chiropractic users often cite low back pain from a disc herniation stating that after “x months/years of treatment by a chiropractor they were pain-free”. A disc prolapse often causes no symptoms at all, and will usually heal without treatment within 2 to 3 months. Someone having chiropractic manipulations over those 2 - 3 months may falsely attribute the benefit to the treatment. Years of treatment? That’s not good.When faced with this statement regarding the ineffectual nature of their treatment, chiropractors usually present “research evidence”. However, this evidence is usually from chiropractic journals - not bona fide medical journals. If something is being presented as medicine it should be based on research published in medical journals. Apart from the obvious inherent bias of trying to self-validate their practice via non-medical publications, chiropractic journals are typically of very poor research quality. Again, this is not my opinion - you can test this for yourself by looking at the Scimago ranking of the journal in question. I found one with a ZERO ranking - literally worthless. Nature magazine (by comparison) has a ranking of 1096 ( at the time of writing), here is the current ranking of a typical Chiropractic Journal (an embarrassing ranking of 2 at the time of writing).UPDATEI have disabled comments and deleted ones that were using random websites as “research evidence” as is often the case on Quora.Despite my answer not touching upon the number of people who are injured and killed by chiropractic manipulation, a couple of responses claimed that doctors kill more people than chiropractors. I can’t see what that has to do with the question being asked but let’s wait until such time as chiropractors are performing heart transplants, clipping aneurysms and removing brain tumours before making those types of ridiculous comparison.One comment stated (backed up by a random website) that medical malpractice is responsible for 1/3 of deaths (in the USA) per year. That would be approaching 1,000,000 deaths per year - so from a common-sense perspective, untenable. It is, however, a fairly commonly held belief apparently - so I will just dispel that myth:Here are the actual statistics (below). Accidents are the third biggest cause of death in the USA. Particularly falls, traffic accidents and unintentional poisoning. If you are interested in the “3rd leading cause” myth (seized on by quacks everywhere)it is dispelled here.

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