We are still having a lot of success in permanently alleviating the annoying symptoms that people experience when they react to foods, environmental substances, thou~hts, muscle positions, etc. by correcting reactive muscles thoroughly. However, it seems that we have always been pushed to search for answers for the few people whose problems do not completely clear up with the information available. It has been a blessing in disguise, I guess, in being able to work on so many hyperactive children with their associated problems. When you have a hyper child on your table who feels like throwing up (and does) whose symptoms do not totally disappear when you finish correcting every test you know to date, you know there is more to discover somewhere out there and you keep looking for a faster way to correct.