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“Chiropractors are making baseless claims about treating conditions such as asthma, ear infections and colic, new research reveals. The research, which appears in the latest New Zealand Medical Journal, reviewed the websites of 200 chiropractors and nine chiropractic associations in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Britain and the United States. Ninety-five per cent of websites made unsubstantiated claims of being able to treat at least one condition including asthma, migraine, infant colic, ear infections and whiplash.” New Zealand Press (10th April 2010)