10 thoughts on “Whoa Kelli!

  1. She has a doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine. I'm sure she can help our Dear Leader with his bone spurs. See You Next Tuesday, Kelli.

    1. Quacks like a duck…

      While the national health services of some countries consider there to be "good" evidence for osteopathy as a treatment for low back pain and "limited evidence to suggest it may be effective for some types of neck, shoulder or lower limb pain and recovery after hip or knee operations", there is little, or insufficient, evidence that osteopathy is effective as a treatment for health conditions "unrelated" to the bones and muscles, "such as headaches, migraines, painful periods, digestive disorders, depression and excessive crying in babies (colic)"; an explicit reference to the claims of osteopathic manipulative medicine. Others have concluded that osteopathic style manipulation "failed to produce compelling evidence" for efficacy in treating musculoskeletal pain.

  2. “The last guy that was a pilot and became a senator in Arizona …


    A sentence that begins like that really needs to be completed.

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