To Your Health Newsletter

April, 2019 (Vol. 13, Issue 08)
Chiropractic for Low Back Pain:
Your Best, First Recommendation

Numerous studies have shown chiropractic spinal manipulation is effective for low back pain, which is good news considering you only have a small chance of avoiding LBP during the course of your lifetime. Now here's even better news: Evidence suggests chiropractic spinal manipulation is as effective as commonly recommended treatment options such as pain medication for LBP, which should make it your best, first recommendation.

Acetaminophen

Why It's a Poor Choice for Relieving Your Low Back Pain

Your Body Is Sending You a Message

The Health Dangers of Texting

Rehab Corner

Getting Back on Your Feet After Suffering an Ankle Sprain

Make Your Body Stronger as You Age

Witness the Power of Exercise

Death by Unhealthy Diet: Don't Be a Statistic

It was responsible for an incredible 11 million deaths worldwide in 2017 – approximately one in five deaths that year. We're talking about the unhealthy diet, specifically diets high in sugar, salt and processed meats, and unfortunately, we have to assume the 2018 and 2019 health burden is even higher.

It's Never Too Late
to Start Exercising

Think you're destined to die before your time? While consistent exercise is associated with a host of health and wellness benefits, research suggests even middle-aged and older adults who haven't been active their entire lives can benefit dramatically from a little more movement.

Can't Shed the Weight? Get Rid of Your Stress

Stress isn't good for your health, pure and simple, and research continues to prove it. The latest study links chronic stress with weight gain and difficulty losing weight. Let's see why stress plays such a significant role, and how you can reduce both stress and weight at the same time.

4 Tips to Help Raise a Healthy Child

Raising kids to be responsible, independent and yes, healthy adults is as challenging as it's ever been. Here's a simple game plan.

An Hour a Day Keeps OA at Bay

Movement – the same thing often limited by osteoarthritis – is actually one of the keys to reducing symptoms, according to research.

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