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As we get older, our risk of falls - and the severity of the consequences - generally goes up. That's a big problem, but fortunately, prevention - at any stage of life - lies with comprehensive chiropractic care.
It's Time to Refresh, Rejuvenate and Restore
5 Simple Ways to Reduce Heart Attack and Stroke Risk
Why We Are Overweight and What We Can Do About It
6 Common-Sense Strategies to Get in Great Shape
Are fitter kids actually smarter kids? At least at an early age, the answer is yes, suggests new research that evaluated cardiorespiratory fitness and cognitive thinking skills among young children.
Breast cancer prevention, that is. Women, listen up, because one in eight women receive a breast cancer diagnosis. Prevention could be as simple as adjusting when you eat – and don't eat – during the day.
Eating fish regularly, particularly fatty fish such as salmon, has profound heart benefits. But what if you've already suffered a heart attack or stroke, or are at high risk to have one? Does eating fatty fish still help?
People with higher-than-normal blood sugar levels (prediabetics) have a 42 percent higher risk of experiencing cognitive decline.
Your skin takes a beating during the cold winter months, but optimizing skin health is important all year round - and it's easy to do.