Frantz Chiropractic

Frantz Chiropractic
Frantz Chiropractic is listed in the Chiropractors category in Coeur D Alene, Idaho. Displayed below is the only current social network for Frantz Chiropractic which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Frantz Chiropractic on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

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3115 N Government Way
Coeur D Alene, ID 83815
(208) 714-0053

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From Natural News - "promotions designed to entice them to buy more high-fructose corn syrup-laden soft drinks." Coca-Cola teams up with grocery giant Albertsons to steal your smartphone information … invasive “Minority Report” marketing goes mainstream Wednesday, May 10, 2017 by: Ethan Huff Tags: albertsons, Coca Cola, Marketing Image: Coca-Cola teams up with grocery giant Albertsons to steal your smartphone information … invasive “Minority Report” marketing goes mainstream (Natural News) Struggling to maintain its customer base amid lagging sales, soft drink giant Coca-Cola has developed a new program in partnership with grocery supermarkets that invades people’s smartphones in order to steal their private information and send them custom-tailored coupons and other marketing material – this, after previously attempting to boost sales by pushing soda for breakfast. Albertsons is reportedly the first grocery chain to adopt the technology, which utilizes digital signage placed at grocery end caps that targets shoppers and drives them towards the beverage aisle. Once there, shoppers are offered coupons and other promotions designed to entice them to buy more high-fructose corn syrup-laden soft drinks. According to Food Dive, Coca-Cola has so far launched the program in 250 stores as part of a pilot effort to see how well it goes. But privacy advocates are railing over the invasive nature of the technology, which has the ability to collect personal information from people’s smartphones and use it for digital marketing. Utilizing Google Cloud technologies, the digital signage being employed by Coca-Cola collects data from smartphones that it then uses to deliver targeted messaging as a potential customer walks down an aisle. As he or she moves near the display, it uses this information to deliver content that the company hopes will drive the shopper to the soda aisle. “We can understand who the consumer is and get the right content and messaging to him or her at the right time,” says Greg Chambers, global group director of digital innovation at Coca-Cola. “We’re using the power of the cloud to bring a real-time, media-rich experience to shoppers in the store.” Google: The world’s biggest privacy invader (along with Facebook) Coca-Cola admits that fewer and fewer shoppers are venturing down the soda aisle, presumably because more and more shoppers are becoming aware of the toxicity of sugar-laden soft drinks. Thus, the company has had to seek other avenues to lure them back, this latest attempt already showing a return on investment after just one month. And again, the way Coca-Cola is able to enter people’s smartphones is through the Google platform, which mines personal data in order to tailor brand advertising to specific users. This is, of course, the catch behind Google’s “free” email and other services – customers don’t have to pay, so long as they sign away their right to personal privacy. It’s the same model that social media giant Facebook uses, allowing its users to congregate and converse online for “free,” a.k.a. allow their personal browsing habits and other activities to be tracked. Users of such systems will increasingly notice that after visiting, say, a home improvement website, for instance, that advertising for tools, lawnmowers, and floor tile will suddenly start appearing on their Facebook “timelines.” Back in 2014, the U.K. paper The Guardian announced this phenomenon as “The death of privacy,” noting that, thanks to the internet, our private lives “have been winnowed away to the realm of the shameful and secret.” And while tracking soft drink purchasing habits may not be all that big of a threat, the technology itself is inherently problematic for personal privacy in general. “Insidiously, through small concessions that only mounted up over time, we have signed away rights and privileges that other generations fought for, undermining the very cornerstones of our personalities in the process,” writes Alex Preston. “While outposts of civilisation fight pyrrhic battles, unplugging themselves from the web – ‘going dark’ – the rest of us have come to accept that the majority of our social, financial and even sexual interactions take place over the internet and that someone, somewhere, whether state, press or corporation, is watching.”

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There’s a New Hope for Arthritis Sufferers .... Use Comfrey! Use Plant Comfrey! – It’s Known as New Hope for Arthritis Sufferers! Rheumatoid arthritis is a well know disease among people because a lots of people, especially older ones have bad experience with it. It can affect people at any age, but like we mentioned, most commonly starts between the ages of 40 and 50. About three times more women are affected than men. The hands, feet and wrists, these are the body parts that are on most common treat by arthritis, but it also can damage a wide variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels. The medical journal Phytotherapy Research, found that topical applications of comfrey oil or ointment can alleviate back pain of either a muscular or joint nature. The research showed that this plant alleviates both pain and inflammation, which could explain its long and successful track record. Allantoin is one of the elements that makes comfrey unique. Allantoin is a leucocytosis promoter (increases white blood cells) that helps to establish immunity from many infectious conditions. Unfortunately, comfrey root also contains large amounts of pyrrolizidine alkaloids, which are toxic and can cause liver damage if taken internally. This is why the root extract isn’t recommended for internal remedies. There is no evidence of any safety issue when topically using oil or ointment preparations made with comfrey, and lots of evidence to support it therapeutic value. How to Apply: To apply comfrey to affected skin areas, peel backing from one side of poultice and tape to the affected area. Discuss this application method with your doctor first. Note!: Comfrey is not recommended internally. Not recommended for use in pregnant women, even externally. As always, consult a doctor and/or qualified herbalist before using this or any herb! Comfrey is widely known as “one of nature’s greatest medicinal herbs”. It has massive benefits for our overall health that this plant can offer to us. Dioscorides, author of one of the oldest herbal texts, ‘Materia Medica’ of 50 AD, prescribed the plant to heal wounds and broken bones. Leaves or roots applied as a wash, poultice or ointment are used for bruising, sciatica, boils, rheumatism, neuralgia, varicose veins, bed sores, wounds, ulcers, insect bites, tumors, muscular pain, pulled tendons, gangrene, shingles and dermatological conditions. Sources: