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Improve Your Heart Health with Antioxidants

Improve Your Heart Health with Antioxidants Red is a powerful color. In fact, quite a few studies on its effect have yielded some interesting—and surprising—results. In 2005, British researchers found that teams and athletes clad in red win more often than their blue counterparts. Another study showed that those who ate from red dishes tended to eat less than other colors. Fascinating stuff, right? This crimson hue can also boost your health—specifically your heart health—thanks to antioxidants, lycopene and anthocyanins.  Read More

On 2/14/2019

How to Control High Blood Pressure

How to Control High Blood Pressure High blood pressure is lethal, especially since it has no symptoms. This silent killer can be the source of a stroke, heart failure, heart attack and kidney failure. Fortunately, healthy lifestyle habits can control the disease.  Read More

On 2/12/2019

Over-the-Counter Doesn't Mean Safe: NSAIDs Risk Heart Health

Over-the-Counter Doesn't Mean Safe: NSAIDs Risk Heart Health Pop open your medicine cabinet and count how many NSAIDs (aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen sodium) you have on hand. (Common brands include Bayer, Excedrin, Advil, Motrin and Aleve.) Or walk down the pain reliever aisle at your local drug retail store and see hundreds lining the shelves. We're all pretty used to these seemingly benign over-the-counter products and many people use them quite liberally.  Read More

On 2/07/2019

How I Dropped My Blood Pressure More Than 20 Points

How I Dropped My Blood Pressure More Than 20 Points High blood pressure affects millions of Americans. Most people think medication is the only treatment option—and this often comes with a myriad of uncomfortable and downright scary side effects. Well, we have some great news! Chiropractic adjustments have been linked to decreased blood pressure and many of our doctors have seen this firsthand in their offices. Read one patient’s story of how chiropractic changed her life.  Read More

On 2/05/2019

How to Restore a Healthy Curve in Your Neck

How to Restore a Healthy Curve in Your Neck We've discussed the curve in the neck, the four types of curves typically seen and why a healthy curve is important. In today's post, Dr. Sylvia Kim, D.C., longtime chiropractor, takes a look at some of the issues a less than ideal or problematic curve can cause and Dr. Sylvia shares some of her top recommendations for keeping up your spinal health.  Read More

On 1/30/2019

Are My Headaches Normal?

Are My Headaches Normal? Since almost half of the world’s adult population has experienced a headache at one point in their lives, we tend to think it isn’t a big deal. We pop a painkiller, take a nap, massage our temples and keep moving. But here’s the thing—you don’t have to live like that.  Read More

On 12/18/2018

Protect Your Back While Shoveling

Protect Your Back While Shoveling Some of us love it and some of us hate it—but snow is a part of many of our lives. In the United States alone, it’s estimated that back and shoulder injuries caused by shoveling are in the tens of thousands each year. Researchers at the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital mined through almost two decades worth of data and concluded that an average of 11,500 visits to the emergency room per year are snow-shoveling related. The vast majority of those injuries were low-back injuries; the most serious incidents were cardiac-related injuries, totaling 7 percent of the cases.  Read More

On 12/10/2018

You’re Using Your Cellphone All Wrong

You’re Using Your Cellphone All Wrong Face it; we’re on the phone or computer every day. Whether you’re uploading a picture to a social page, sending a text to a friend or typing away at a keyboard—you’re tapped into technology all the time. Prevent some long-term effects from these repetitive movements with our simple tips and tricks.  Read More

On 11/28/2018

What’s the Deal with Vertigo?

What’s the Deal with Vertigo? As much as 35 percent of American adults over the age of 40 have experienced a vestibular disorder—and the biggest offender? Vertigo. For those who’ve experienced it, or currently are experiencing it, vertigo can greatly impact daily life, making a sufferer sick, tired and unable to go through their day. How do you deal with it? How can you get your life back? Let’s take a look.  Read More

On 11/21/2018