Monthly Archives: July 2013

CHIROPRACTIC Knee Pain Remedies Knee Pain Remedies I have been asked to write a small amount about what to do with knee pain.  Generically, knee pain has a few remedies to cover a wide range of causes.  Knee pain comes from several areas, but the three most prevalent that I see in this office are (a) overuse… Read more »

Chiropractic care done to maintain your spine is better than repair! 07105 Chiropractic for Chronic LBP: Maintenance Care Better Than Short-Term Therapy A study in spine (Spine) makes it clear that a chiropractor maintaining a patient’s spine, specifically the low back, is cheaper and has better results that a patient oing to any practiitioner for short-term repair of a problem.  Study Parameters Ninety-three patients 20-60… Read more »

Summertime and the Sweating is Easy! 07105 Summertime and the Sweating is Easy!It is hot and you are sweating.  It seems like it is so much but should you be worried?  Maybe but probably not.1. Embrace the health benefits of a good sweat. Activity-induced sweat raises your heart rate (in a cool room, you’ll sweat when your heart rate is… Read more »

Smells like … something bad like … something badOK, this is another reprint from Drs. Oz and Roizen but it is too good to miss: By Michael Roizen, M.D. and Mehmet Oz, M.D. What Bad Smells Can Tell You “It doesn’t pass the smell test” is a phrase used to describe everything from rotten meat to legislation enacted by… Read more »

Aspirin May Protect Against Cancer Aspirin May Protect Against Cancer Around 12,000,000 Americans are living after a cancer diagnosis today.  Studies have shown that taking aspirin (see dose below) every day not only helps prevent various forms of cancer — including those of the colon, brain, lung and pancreas — but also slows the potential spread of cancer to… Read more »

Salt: What is it good for? Absolutely…something! What is it good for? Absolutely…something!Let me give you a little history on the subject.The first recorded written history we have on salt is around 4700 years ago in the Peng-Tzao-Kan-Mu, the earliest known treatise on pharmacology published in China. It speaks about over 40 different kinds of salt, extracting procedures and putting it… Read more »

Stop Stress with BLACK Tea 07105 Stop Stress with BLACK TeaStress happens … even when you have are happily married, a decent and good-paying job and good cell phone reception. You might not be able to stop it from coming on, but you can help your body respond in only a small way and recover from it quickly. One… Read more »

Five Ways to Protect Your Baby from Obesity Ways to Protect Your Baby from Obesity Drs. Roizen and Oz posted a very nice article today that I want all parents to be aware of: they note five ways to protect your baby from future obesity. Childhood obesity now effects 18 percent for kids 6 to 11 in North America. So is the… Read more »

Keeping mentally busy tied to less memory loss mentally busy tied to less memory lossPeople who spend a lot of time reading, writing and otherwise seeking and processing new information lose their thinking and memory skills more slowly as they age, a new study suggests.Researchers found being “cognitively active” both early and later in life was tied to better performance on memory… Read more »

SLEEP Study Links Sleep Deprivation to Weight Gain 07105 In-Lab Study Links Sleep Deprivation to Weight Gain Restricting sleep to 4 hours a night for 5 consecutive nights led to more weight gain for sleep-restricted participants than for control participants, according to results from a large, diverse, in-laboratory assessing sleep’s effect on weight, calorie intake, and meal timing. The study was published… Read more »