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An estimated 15 percent of U.S. adults suffer chronic migraines or severe headache pain. Aspirin, acetaminophen or something stronger are commonly used; but are drugs really the best way to treat headache pain? Not when chiropractic care is available!
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A Reason to Avoid Taking Tylenol During Pregnancy
6 Common-Sense Strategies to Get (and Stay) in Great Shape
Engage All Your Senses and Leave Stress Behind
Fasting dates back to the earliest humans, but we now use fasting selectively as a means to manage body weight, remove harmful toxins in the body, and challenge the body's stress-response pathways. Let's take a closer look at how fasting works.
Think the benefits of napping go away once you outgrow childhood? Think again. Not only can naps help you catch up on lost sleep and provide a much-needed "break" from your busy day; they also help your heart stay healthy. Here's how.
It's a pretty bleak picture when it comes to Alzheimer's disease, but there is good news: research may be getting us one step closer to identifying the potential causes of the disease. Case in point: a study that suggests gut bacteria may play a role.
One of the most commonly prescribed classes of antibiotics increases the risk of atrial / mitrial regurgitation - blood flowing backward into the heart.
If you're not a math fan, it's time to become one. All you need to remember is: Less meat protein + more plant protein = a longer life.