To Your Health Newsletter

February, 2016 (Vol. 10, Issue 03)
It's American Heart Month! Four Ways to Show Your Heart Some Love

Everyone knows Feb. 14 is Valentine's Day, but not as many people are aware that the entire month of February is American Heart Month! So while you're showing that special someone how much you care, don't forget to show your heart some love and help it do what it needs to do every second, every day for what is hopefully a long, enjoyable life. Take these four heart-healthy tips to heart.

Take Time to Stretch

Why It's Important and How to Do It Right

Get Back in the Game

Chiropractic Care for Common Sports Injuries

Give Your Brain the Tools It Needs

Keys to an Amazing Memory

Go Organic

Creating an Environment That's Ripe for Good Health

A Drug-Free Way
to Treat Headaches

There's good news when it comes to headaches: There are safe and effective natural solutions to help reduce or eliminate the symptoms of various headache types, starting with chiropractic. Let's learn about that headache you may be suffering from and how chiropractic can help.

Women, Here's How to Stand Up to Obesity

Obesity is a significant health issue and women are afflicted more than men, with nearly 40 percent classified as obese compared to 34 percent of their male counterparts. Fortunately, evidence suggests a simple suggestion may be great advice when it comes to fighting obesity: standing more.

The Adult Time Out:
Good for Everyone

When our children act up, misbehave or break the rules, we often put them in a "time out" so the child has an opportunity to calm down, think about what they've done wrong, and appreciate there are consequences to their actions. Sometimes adults need time outs, too, but for different reasons.

Let Kids Play (More Than One Sport)

We're thick in an era of sports specialization, and it's working its way all the way down to the grade-school level. But at what cost?

Diet, Nutrition & the Context of Risk

When it comes to food safety and potential chemical contaminants, it's important to put the risk in proper context.

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