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The Science Behind Keeping Schools Open. Part 2.

It is now mid November 2020. Our schools have been open, to some degree, since late mid August. As I mentioned, I believe the science says schools should be open, at this point. The question is, what does the data

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Osteoporosis, Underdiagnosed and Undertreated in Men

It is estimated that 54 million Americans have osteoporosis or osteopenia (low bone mineral density.) Additionally one in two women and up to one in four men, age 50 and older, will break a bone due to osteoporosis at some

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Posture May Contribute to Cervicogenic Headache.

A new study was published online, Nov. 2, this year in the journal Musculoskeletal Science and Practices. The authors are researchers with Cairo University and Dr. Deed Harrsion who is lead researcher and instructor with Chiropractic BioPhysics. CBP is what

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Magnesium and Immune Health

Magnesium plays an important role as a cofactor in over 600 enzyme related functions in our bodies. It’s well established affects include protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and blood pressure regulation. It also contributes to the

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A lot of Reasons to Question Anything Pfizer Does.

As people throughout the USA get all excited for a COVID vaccine from Pfizer, my thoughts are only ones of concern. Pfizer has a long history of unethical, immoral, and illegal activities. Going all the way back to the postwar

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Vitamin D and COVID Risk

So if you are following us on Facebook you have already read this. We have been talking about this since almost the beginning of the COVID issue because the connection was noted early. Additionally we know, from studying the immune

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Getting Back To It!

Been a long time since we’ve been posting here. COVID-19 has us posting more on FB but I’m ready to be back and post here regularly. Additionally we had a fun hiccup in getting back into it. It looks like

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The Best Sunscreen

So summer is almost here and with it more time for fun in the sun. While getting sun is important for our bodies to create vitamin D, there is an amount of sun that is too much. When you use

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Osteoporosis Month 2015

This May is Osteoporosis Month 2015. The National Osteoporosis Foundation is the main sponsor of National Osteoporosis Month and is a member of the International Osteoporosis Foundation. Both have great resources for learning about osteoporosis, it’s risks, treatment, and steps

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Neck Curve is Related to Neck Pain

Guess what? Your neck curve is related to neck pain. I can show you a number of papers to support this but today I want to focus on one paper that was just published in the journal Aerospace Medicine and

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