Category Archives: Health and Wellness

17 ways to finally build the life you love! (Part 2)

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TODAY is the perfect time to make a change, breaking through the obstacles and problems that have been holding you back for so long and finally building the existence you’ve always envisioned. Whether you want to lose weight and get in better shape, improve relationships and find the love of your life, or just get…

17 ways to finally build the life you love in 2017!

How was your 2016? If you’re like most people, you had some ups, some downs, muddled through and did OK. But is OK really good enough for the rest of your life? Do you want more? Do you feel you deserve more? Well, the good news is that 2017 is the perfect chance to make…

Traveling but don’t want to miss your exercise regime? Here’s how to get a great workout right in your hotel room.

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Whether you’re away from home on a fun-filled vacation or another hard-working business trip, staying in a hotel room can easily take you out of your workout routine. In fact, this might sound familiar: you check into your hotel after a 4:30 am wake-up call so you could get to the airport in time to…

The 15 Health Benefits of Drinking Tea

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While it seems like there’s a Starbucks, Peet’s Coffee, or boutique coffee shop on every corner, Americans are starting to wake up and smell the health benefits of drinking tea, as well. In fact, the US is the third largest importer of tea in the world (behind only Russia and Pakistan,) with almost 20,000,000 pounds…

Chiropractic cures the common cold? How to remain healthy during cold and flu season with chiropractic adjustments.

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Sniffling, sneezing, feverish, and hurting all over? Yup, welcome to flu season again, that lovely period every winter when the cold, rainy weather seems to bring out the worst in our health. Whether it’s just feeling like you’re fighting something off, a nagging cold, or the full on flu has you bedridden, it’s no fun…

Why don’t many Indigenous cultures suffer back pain?

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If you’re like most Americans, then you suffer back pain at some point in your life. Maybe you’re part of the 33% of the population that is afflicted by chronic back pain, or the 50% of working Americans that feel a twinge, ache or pull in their back or neck each year. In fact, it’s…

Teens and tech; from smartphones to social media usage, there’s great reason for concern.

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In today’s society, smart phones, computers, and social media use are so ubiquitous that we can barely remember a time when we didn’t use them. But if you have teenagers or young people in your family, you’ve probably noticed that it’s difficult just to get them to look up from their screens. In fact, over-use…

FOCUS: 10 tips to lock in, tune out, and re-energize your concentration

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” – Socrates Ask any expert, ultra-successful person, or even professional athlete what the key component to their achievement is, and they will probably mention focus pretty quickly. But too often, people equate focus with…

Prince’s OD death highlights the need for chiropractic care over prescription painkillers

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Music fans got some crushing news last week that iconic performer Prince had passed away suddenly at his home from a drug-overdose related incident. Early reports are that it wasn’t heroin, cocaine, or alcohol that killed Prince, but prescription painkillers. In fact, it seems Prince OD’d on Percocet only days before his death, ingesting so…

Chiropractic can help runners prevent injuries and optimize performance

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Are you a runner? No matter if you huff and puff your way through a mile on the treadmill at your local gym or regularly put in big miles to ready yourself for races or marathons, running is one of the most rewarding and beneficial exercises we can do – but can also lead to…