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September 02, 1988 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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Up to now, West Germany
has channeled its assistance
to the territories — held by
Israel since 1967 — either
directly through Jordan or in
consent with Jordanian
officials.
In the last 20 years, Bonn
assisted the territories with
$23.9 million worth of
economic aid. Jordan annual-
ly receives about $26.5
million worth of financial and
technical assistance from
West Germany.
A government spokesman
in Bonn stressed Monday that
West Germany will continue
to support economic or educa-
tional projects in the ter-
ritories, even in the after-
math of Jordan's Decision to
abandon its ties with the
West Bank.

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Health News...

Pain Should Be Investigated
Rather Than Tolerated

BY DR. STANLEY LEVINE, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Territory Aid
May Change

Bonn (JTA) — West Ger-
many is studying the
possibility of channeling its
economic assistance to the
West Bank and the Gaza
Strip through independent
Palestinian institutions, a
spokesman for the Ministry of
Economic Cooperation said
Monday.
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SPLEWOR
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Many people wouldn't think of letting their car go beyond 3,000
miles without an oil change. They check every strange noise and rattle.
But when it comes to themselves, a recurring headache or back
pain are things they'll put off taking care of "until tomorrow - as they
seek temporary relief in the medicine cabinet.
"What's your answer to pain?" asks Dr. Levine,
D.C., of Levine Chiropractic Clinic "Pills, heat rubs,
or just plain old suffering with it?"
All types of pain are a warning that something
is wrong. Aspirin and seltzers block the pain waves
between the brain and the area sending out the
signals. But, what happens when it wears off and
the pain returns?"
In these times of instant breakfast, jet travel,
and fast relief, maybe you're tempted to take
another aspirin.
DR. LEVINE
"Is that what you want — pain that's here
today and gone tomorrow?" the good Doctor asks.
"When your leg 'falls asleep,' the nerves have been squeezed so
they can't function," he explains. "As you 'wake it up' by slapping or
rubbing it, you can feel 'pins and needles' as nerve energy again reaches
the area. Without the nerves, you had no feeling because the nerves'
messages weren't getting to the brain."
The most critical place for nerve interference is the spine. From
there, they branch out to serve every area and vital organ of the body.
Normally, the nerve trunks are protected by the vertebrae sur-
rounding them," Dr. Levine continues. "But even a slight dislocation
of the vertebrae will pinch the nerves, cutting off and distorting their
signals to the entire body. When this happens, proper functioning of
the appendages and vital organs is impossible.
"The pain which often results is a warning that something is wrong.
If nerve interference is the problem, then it's a problem for Chiroprac-
tic. Eliminate the cause of the pain and the pain will take care of itself."
Isn't it about time you looked for the cause of the pain and sought
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