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Take Control of Holiday Stress

Yes, the happy holidays are upon us, and as discussed last newsletter, the glorious days of indulgence can lead to weight gain if not managed properly. But the holidays are dangerous to Read More

OMG! Too Much Social Networking & Texting Could Be Dangerous

A Starling ne study suggests a disturbing association between excessive social networking and texting by teenagers and participation in a wide range of poor health behaviors including cigarette, alcohol and Read More

Chiropractic? Right Choice for Low Back Pain

Back pain is a major health issue, so much so that is was recently confirmed as the number-one cause of disability worldwide. Add to that the shocking statistic that the average person Read More

How Being A Sports Fan Makes You Happier And Healthier

It's easy to be cynical about professional sports -- especially the NFL. But despite the disturbing headlines the league earned this year, ranging from lax penalties for domestic violence to Read More

How to Keep Your Health Resolutions in 2015 (Not Just Through January)

By Editorial Staff To Your Health  January, 2015 (Vol. 09, Issue 01) It's week one of 2015, which generally brings high hopes when it comes to improving your health and wellness. Worldwide, Read More

Steroids for Sciatica: More Trouble Than They're Worth

  Steroids for Sciatica: More Trouble Than They're Worth By Deborah Pate, DC, DACBR Use of epidural steroid injections has increased dramatically in recent years, despite the fact that studies have failed to Read More

How Your Chiropractor Can Help Prevent ADHD

By Editorial Staff As you may have noticed, research over the past few years has begun to reveal that acetaminophen (the primary ingredient in Tylenol) is not as safe as once Read More

To Your Health January 2014

  Keep Happy in the Winter: How to Avoid Seasonal Depression Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is when people experience symptoms of depression during the Fall and Winter months (winter depression) or Spring Read More

Five Things You Need To Know To Keep Your Child Healthy

Parents in my clinic are always asking about how to keep their children healthy. I am a fundamentalist by nature in the sense that I think the day to day Read More

Antibiotic Use in Infancy Leads to Weight Gain?

By Editorial Staff While it's not healthy for a child to be underweight at birth and during the first few years of life, being overweight is rarely a good thing, particularly since research Read More

No Better Time to Exercise Than Now

By Editorial Staff We've said it before, are saying it now and undoubtedly will say it again: When it comes to exercise, you have to find time, make time and save Read More

Calm Down Your Kids, Keep Away The Soda

What does soda have to do with your child's aggressive behavior? Quite a lot, according to a new study. Researchers recently found that children who consumed soda tended to measure higher Read More

To Your Health - September 2013

  Weight, Activity Statistics Explain America's Weight Problem Recently, a national online news magazine came out with what may be developing into an annual event. For the third straight year, the magazine Read More

To your Health - August 2013

Fish Oil Causes Prostate Cancer? Don't Believe the Media Hype There has recently been a surge in media coverage regarding a study that allegedly examined the effects of fish oil supplementation Read More

Overuse of smartphones can cause slipped discs

  With smartphones gaining popularity among South Koreans since 2010, an escalating number of youngsters, mostly in their twenties, are beginning to suffer the consequences. According to the Korean National Health Insurance Corporation, Read More

Good Food, Good Summer: Helping Kids Eat Healthy

By Editorial Staff of To Your Health In our world of convenience, nutrition often takes a big hit, and that's no more true than during the summer, when kids have way Read More

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