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Rethinking Cold Meds for Kids

To Your Health January, 2018 (Vol. 12, Issue 01) By Editorial Staff If you haven't already tuned out any conversation about giving your children cough and cold medication when they're under the weather, Read More

Succeed Where You've Failed Before: How to Keep Your 2017 Resolutions

the same old New Year's resolutions. Every year at around this time, millions of people around the world resolve to improve their lives beginning Jan. 1 – and for most, Read More

Managing Sports Injuries Without Painkillers

As an active person, your favorite sport or exercise is an important part of your life. It gives you energy, it challenges you and it makes you come alive. You Read More

Post-Concussion Patient Care: Relevance of the Chiropractic Adjustment

There is a widespread understanding within the profession of the general guidelines for care of the concussion patient. These include guidelines for physical and cognitive rest, return to normal activities Read More

Think Straight: Concussion Facts

By Charles Masarsky, DC, FICC If you've done any research on concussions, you have probably already familiarized yourself with the Zurich Statement1 and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's fact Read More

Less Sleep = More Colds

You're not getting enough sleep, night after night, but you continue to push it, hoping it won't do any harm. Then cold season hits, and you find yourself getting even Read More

It's American Heart Month! Four Ways to Show Your Heart Some Love

We all knows February 14th is Valentine's Day, but not as many people are aware that the entire month of February is American Heart Month! So while you're showing that special Read More

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

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

Osteoporosis and Chiropractic

Chiropractors have long been known as “bone doctors” that help with neck and back pain.  Many don’t know that chiropractic can also help with bone issues that don’t involve pain… 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

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

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

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