To Your Health Newsletter

To Your Health Newsletter

October, 2019 (Vol. 13, Issue 22)
Chiropractic: A Life-Saver

Despite increasing awareness, revised pain-management guidelines and other signs of change, the numbing numbers still stand out: an estimated 130 deaths a day due to an opioid overdose. Here's the lasting solution.

It's Good to Be Flexible

Are You Stretching the Wrong Way? Here's the Right Way

Multivitamins to the Rescue

Help Keep Breast Cancer From Returning

Achieving Your Fitness Goals

Money Motivates (Especially If You Could Lose It)

Pediatric Corner

Does Bottle-Feeding for Too Long Make Kids Fat?

An A+ for Movement

Desk confinement is the standard for students once they hit first grade, all the way through college. Beyond the toll constant sitting can exert on the body, the mind can suffer as well. Can moving more in class change that?

Beware of Pain Injections

Unfortunately, corticosteroid injections are a popular choice among medical providers for patients suffering from osteoarthritis, despite the availability and effectiveness of nondrug options. That's a big problem.

Protect Your Pancreas

Instead of worrying about what happens once you're suffering from pancreatic cancer, think about what you might be able to do to reduce your risk of developing this deadly disease in the first place.

Common Fitness Failures

Here are three common fitness failures that can make getting in shape much more challenging than it already is.

More Breastfeeding Benefits

You can't go wrong with breastfeeding; here's the latest research supporting the health benefits for mothers.