March 17, 2020 - Volume 14, Issue 6

Finding the Missing Pieces to the Chronic Pain Puzzle

Pain is a big problem, and the way too many of us deal with it is an even bigger problem, leading to chronic pain. Here are a few important pieces to the puzzle, featuring chiropractic.

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Treat Colic Naturally

Various treatments have been proposed for colic, from warm baths to playing soothing music or white noise, to medication. What isn't often mentioned are two natural options with research to back them up.

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Anti-Aging 101: Fewer Calories

As we get older, or even ponder getting older, one question remains top of mind: How can I age gracefully? It's the eternal search for the Fountain of Youth. New research points to an intriguing possibility: calorie restriction.

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Staying Skinny: Why It's So Much Harder Today

It used to be much easier to maintain a healthy weight back in the '80s. That's because a lot has happened in the past 40 years. Let's take a look at a study that explores this disturbing trend.

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Vitamin D for the Pancreas

Even people with a perfectly healthy pancreas generally don't know much about it – what it does or how to help keep it functioning properly.

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Artificial Sugar & Carbs

Find out why artificially sweetened drinks may be dangerous for your health when consumed with high-carbohydrate foods.

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