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Being Overweight Cuts Lifespan by 4 Years

The results of a new report finds being overweight cuts lifespan by 4 years. The study was released by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD.) Their report is “The Heavy Burden of Obesity: The Economics of Prevention,” and

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Posted in Nutrition, Wellness

Sleeping Longer Reduces The Risk For Cardiovascular Problems

Sorry, I am bad with titles. This title, Sleeping Longer Reduces The Risk For Cardiovascular Problems, should have included that this in regards to sleeping longer in childhood. The point of today’s blog is to examine a study that was

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Posted in Pediatrics, Wellness

Dieting to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes is a serious problem in America today, according to the CDC more than 100 million Americans are currently living with diabetes or prediabetes. Of that 90-95% of the people with diabetes have Type 2. It has been well known

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Posted in Exercise and Fitness, Nutrition, Wellness

Sleep Deprivation Talk

Join us on Tuesday November 5 for our Sleep Deprivation Talk. We will be serving a Healthy Meal promptly at 6:00 pm with the presentation to immediately follow. Feel free to bring someone, or more, but let us know who

Posted in Wellness

Neck Adjustments Help Pain Related to Temporal Mandibular Joint Dysfunction

  A new study seems to indicate neck adjustments help pain related to temporal mandibular joint dysfunction (TMJD). Our profession has been on top of this issue for a long time. We don’t think/understand that neck adjustments are going to

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Posted in Neck Pain, Wellness

Omega-3 Supplements Recommended to Treat Depression

A clinical practice guideline from the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research recommends omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids as an adjunctive therapy for major depressive disorder. In other words taking Omega-3 supplements has a positive effect in patients suffering from depression.

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Fractures Due to Osteoporosis Continue to be a Big Problem

A new report by the National Osteoprosis Foundation finds that fractures due to osteoporosis continue to be a big problem for the life and health of Americans. Data from the report shows s many as 2 million Medicare beneficiaries sustained

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Posted in Osteoporosis

Chiropractic Care Is Helping To Reduce Opioid Prescriptions

The opioid crisis is in the news constantly. I have several posts here which discuss what is considered the unofficial genesis  of the problem as well as the various lawsuits and other news. A study I missed earlier this year

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Posted in Back Pain, Healthcare Policy and Politics, Neck Pain

Don’t expect to live longer because of your Osteoporosis Drug

Don’t expect to live longer because of your Osteoporosis Drug, is basically the findings of a new study on mortality rates and osteoporosis drug use. This study was a review of previsous published studies on the use of ostoporosis medications

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Inflammation During Adolescence Connected to Early Death

A recent study has found inflammation during adolescence connected to early death. I should say, may be associated with early death from cancer and cardiovascular disease. One study isn’t enough to prove a connection but to highlight an association, further

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Posted in Back Pain, Exercise and Fitness, Neck Pain, Nutrition, Wellness

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