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Doctors Writing Off Vitamin D for Asthma

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Doctors Writing Off Vitamin D for Asthma

Is vitamin D the magical supplement for chronic inflammatory diseases? In the case of asthma, a new study says “no.” But there are reasons to assume the study didn’t examine the whole picture.
In this new study performed at 19…

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Kids Who Eat Mediterranean Diet Less Likely to Be Obese

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Kids Who Eat Mediterranean Diet Less Likely to Be Obese

As parents, we want nothing more for our children than for them to be healthy and strong. This requires that they maintain a healthy weight as they are just as prone to weight-related conditions as adults (such as type 2…

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Chiropractic Care for Sports Hernias

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Chiropractic Care for Sports Hernias

Sports injuries and groin hernias are extremely common in soccer players. Due to chronic groin pain and sports hernias many players are forced to seek early retirement from professional sports. The pathogenesis of sports hernia is repetitive trauma to the…

Estero, FL Work Injury and How Chiropractic Can Help

Dr. Green has successfully treated hundreds of patients with work injuries. In fact, chiropractic care may minimize work absenteeism from back and neck pain, as suggested by a recent study. The results showed that chiropractic patients managed to miss fewer…

Exercise After Whiplash: Don’t Do It Alone

Countless studies have pointed to the benefits of exercise for recovering from spinal injuries like whiplash. But is staying physically active enough to combat minor auto injuries? A new study sought to answer that question by comparing general exercise to…

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Wanna Prevent Sports Injuries? Pump Some Iron

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Wanna Prevent Sports Injuries? Pump Some Iron

We all know exercise is essential but a new study suggests that exercise is even more imperative for athletes who want to reduce their time sitting on the sidelines with an injury.
Researchers discovered that athletes who regularly do strength…
Although the analogy of “aches and pains” is often used to describe growing older, some researchers from Australia wondered how prevalent these issues are in adolescents. Shockingly, what they found is that our children may be in more pain than…

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Headaches May Signal Serious Conditions in Pregnancy

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Headaches May Signal Serious Conditions in Pregnancy

As if raging hormones and growing pains weren’t enough, most pregnant women struggle with at least one bad headache or two. But a recent study from The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist suggests that not all headaches are created equal. In fact,…

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Teenagers: They’re in more pain than you think

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Teenagers: They’re in more pain than you think

Although the analogy of “aches and pains” is often used to describe growing older, some researchers from Australia wondered how prevalent these types of issues are in adolescents. Shockingly, what they found is that our children may be in more…

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Why do obese and overweight patients have a higher risk of back

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Why do obese and overweight patients have a higher risk of back pain? A new study has a partial answer to the question: the height of spinal discs.
The results show additional risks suffered from those who are obese –…
Chronic neck pain is typically treated with specific methods that focus on the affected area, thereby decreasing the level of tenderness and increasing range of motion. However, News Medical recently reported that a new study published in the International Journal…
A new study suggests infants prescribed antibiotics have a higher risk of developing asthma later in childhood. However, the findings suggest that these children may have a specific genetic variation that increases their risk of asthma, rather than the antibiotics…
Carrying extra weight could extend the amount of time it takes for patients to recover from auto injuries, according to new research from the Department of Anesthesiology at University of North Carolina presented at the American Pain Society 33rd Annual…
Although back pain can certainly sideline anyone, it has an even greater effect on athletes who require their body to be in top physical shape to perform. After all, how can you excel at your sport of choice if you’re…
Back pain and depression are often intertwined, and unfortunately tend to increase as we age. This has prompted some top researchers to find a way to treat both in our nation’s seniors, hopefully creating a multi-level approach which results in…
When it comes to dealing with chronic neck pain, there are many drug-free options available. But which offer the most effective neck pain relief? To answer that question, a team of researchers compared traditional Chinese massage to a specific technique…
Anyone who loves life’s little pleasures such as red wine and chocolate was elated to hear that both of these items boosted one’s level of health, making them as pleasing to your body as they were to your taste buds.…
New research shows that older adults with migraine have a greater risk of a certain type of brain injury known as subclinical brain infarction.
Subclinical brain infarction is a blockage of blood to the brain area that can affect a…
Sports concussions are common in soccer and football, and chiropractors can help. Photo by Dreamstime.

In the U.S., there are a minimum of 300,000 sport-related concussions per year. If your child is in contact sports, there’s a risk of the…

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