To Your Health Newsletter

September, 2015 (Vol. 09, Issue 18)
5 Common Causes of Neck Pain
(and How Chiropractic Can Help)

Neck pain can be acute (short term) or chronic (recurring or persisting for months and even years), but regardless, when you're in pain, relief is the first thing on your mind. Just as important is finding the cause and ensuring you avoid the behavior / action that brought the pain on in the first place. Here are five causes of neck pain - and how chiropractic can help.

Pain Relief

A Drug-Free Way to Treat Headaches - Chiropractic

The Essence of Weight Gain

You Are What You Eat (Too Much Of)

What to Do When Work Drives You Crazy

De-Stress at Your Desk

Safety Tips

7 Ways to Accident-Proof Your Child and Home

Antibiotics Increase Risk of Juvenile Arthritis

We generally think of arthritis as a disease of aging, but in reality, it can strike anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or occupation. In fact, a recent study not only points out that our youth can be affected by the disease, but also that a common culprit may be to blame: antibiotics.

Ramp Up Your Run

Want to run faster, stronger – better? Whether you're a runner or an athlete participating in one or more sports, the ability to run is essential. What's the best way to "ramp up your run"? Try interval training! A recent study found that high-intensity interval training increases running speed.

Breast-Feeding Is Also Good for Your Heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women, and atherosclerosis is a major risk factor. Fortunately, the benefits of breast-feeding continue to be revealed, with the latest study associating breast-feeding with better maternal cardiovascular health in later age.

Smart Substitutions When Eating Out

Here are five simple food substitutions to infuse a little more health into your next dining experience away from home.

Keep Your BP in the Safe Range

Body mass index and waist circumference both increase hypertension risk, but a recent study suggests which to focus on based on gender.

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