August 18, 2020 - Volume 14, Issue 17

Why Generation Z and Chiropractic Are a Perfect Fit

Sometimes Generation Z – adults ages 18-24 – seems like it has it all. But scratch below the surface and you'll find that Gen Zers have some of the same health issues and needs as people in any other age group.

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Lose Weight, Lose the Migraines

Migraine headaches and obesity - not a pleasant combination, from both a health and daily living perspective. But what if addressing one condition could address the other at the same time? Such appears to be the case.

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The Whole-Grain Deception

We know whole grains are good for us; but we don't always know where to find them. Food manufacturers aren't exactly helping us; in fact, consumers often can't tell whether a food actually contains whole grains or not.

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Don't Sabotage Your Fitness

A diet that features too many refined carbohydrates, sugars and other high glycemic index foods (all of which keep your blood glucose levels high) can actually sabotage your aerobic fitness.

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Starting Our Children Down the Wrong Path

Sleep is a critical component of good health, and even young children are suffering academic and psychosocial consequences.

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You Don't Want to Break a Bone When You're Old

A bone break at any age is bad news, but when you're old, it can be deadly. Learn why lifelong bone health is so important.

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