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  • Few Kids Meet Sleep, Exercise and Screen Recs
    Well under 10% acheived all three recommended goals by Elizabeth Hlavinka, Staff Writer, MedPage Today February 05, 2019 Hardly any adolescents met recommendations for sleep, physical activity, and screen time exposure, federal Read more
  • 5 Lower Back Stretches to Relieve Stress
    If your lower back has been feeling insanely tight, listen up. Back issues plague couch potatoes, walkers and marathoners alike — largely because most of us spend our days sitting. Read more
  • 7 EASY ways to reduce stress
    If you've been feeling like you need Calgon to Take You Away then sit back, and implement one of these 7 EASY ways to reduce stress. Trust me, you'll thank Read more
  • 7 Healthy Breakfast Meals
    Kick your morning off right with something simply delicious! If you've been hankering for something healthy and delicious for breakfast, try out these 7 scrumptious recipes! Take a photo and show Read more
  • Deciphering Diets and Nutrition
    It’s confusing, we understand. You want to be healthy, eat better and have better life balance. Where do you start? Start with the things you can control. Nutrition is one Read more
  • The Danger of NSAID use with Osteoarthritis
    NSAIDs Increase Cardiovascular Risk in Osteoarthritis For patients with osteoarthritis, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) increase the risk for cardiovascular disease to more than TWICE the rate of the general population, new Read more
  • Heart Health and Chiropractic
    Heart Awareness Month February is American Heart Month! Heart Disease continues to be our Nation’s #1 Killer – every year 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. Doesn’t sound Read more
  • Power of Herbs
    The weather is freezing and your snuggling up to keep warm and take comfort. Unfortunately, along with the cold weather comes coughing and sneezing and the risk of getting the Read more
  • Black Friday and Your Back
    Protect Your Back While Shopping What two movements should you avoid to help prevent back pain?Written by Kelly Rehan Two seemingly simple moves send many shoppers to their doctors’ offices with back Read more
  • Back Pain and Stretching Exercises
    Find out why stretching is so important for people with back pain and neck pain, and how to stretch correctlyDuring a bout of back pain, the last thing you might Read more
  • Walking: One step at a Time
    While some fitness enthusiasts relentlessly seek out the latest, trendiest exercise crazes, others three smiling young women walking vigorously along a city sidewalk are returning to good, old-fashioned walking to Read more
  • CDC Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity
    Find out just how healthy your neighbors are with this latest study from the CDC on Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity. Check out the full website here for more interesting Read more
  • Benefits of Walking Your Way to Health
    Walking for just 12 minutes every other day can offer important health benefits, but in order to increase your longevity, you should try to walk for up to 30 minutes, Read more
  • Get Moving!
    Yes, you must exercise to control your weight, but you also need a strategy by Barbara Stepko, AARP, May 16, 2018 | Starting slow and building up your exercise routine is important, Read more
  • Ready. Set. Walk!
    How walking can help with weight loss, memory, cancer prevention and more by Kathleen Fifield, October 23, 2017 | Walking turns out to be so good for your health — not to Read more
  • Exercise and Chronic Pain
    4 reasons why exercise and activity help relieve chronic back pain Exercise may be the last thing you want to do when you have chronic back pain because it seems to Read more