March 3, 2020 - Volume 14, Issue 5

Young People Love Chiropractic

While public perception is changing, many people still don't believe chiropractic is necessary for children, adolescents and young adults. But as research and experience continue to show, chiropractic benefits everyone.

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Fighting the Coronavirus With the Power of Nutraceuticals

The majority of current news coverage deals with the coronavirus: what it is, where it's spreading, efforts to make a vaccine, who has succumbed to it and how to prevent it. Here's a prevention tip you may not have heard about.

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Learn Why Forward-Head Posture Is No Laughing Matter

It's easy to spot forward-head posture – and a primary cause of it. Anyone who consistently uses their cellphone, tablet or computer likely has FHP or is on their way to developing it.

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Weight Loss 101: Slow Down

When it comes to weight loss, we often hear about speeding things up – train faster, train harder, train with more intensity and pace. Well, research suggests slowing down may be  beneficial in at least one circumstance.

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Approaching Diabetes? It Doesn't Have to Be That Way

People are developing prediabetes at younger ages, even when there are simple strategies to prevent it.

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Poor Sleep Hurts Your Heart

Women who experience poor sleep put their heart health at risk by doing this, suggests research.

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