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Statins Protective Against Parkinson’s: More Evidence

www.safety-lane.com 07105www.chiropractic-lane.comStatins Protective Against Parkinson’s: More Evidence Further evidence that statin use is associated with a reduction in risk for Parkinson’s disease has come from a population study from Taiwan.In a large population of statin users, they found a lower risk for Parkinson’s in those who continued taking lipophilic statins compared with those who discontinued… Read more »

Low Childhood Self-control Linked to Adult Criminality

www.safety-lane.com 07105www.chiropractic-lane.comLow Childhood Self-control Linked to Adult Criminality Self-control issues during childhood may be strongly linked to a wide variety of adverse outcomes in adulthood, new research suggests.A long-term cohort study of more than 1200 individuals born in New Zealand showed that persons with lower self-control scores during middle-school years were more likely to have… Read more »

Regular wound cleaning tied to faster healing

www.safety-lane.com 07105www.chiropractic-lane.comRegular wound cleaning tied to faster healingChronic wounds such as diabetic foot ulcers and pressure ulcers may heal faster when they are cleaned out frequently, a new study suggests.So-called debridement involves removing dead or infected tissue and any foreign bodies or bacteria from slow-healing wounds, such as with a scalpel or special cream.It’s traditionally… Read more »

Major Medical Study On Chiropractic And Immunity

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105www.safety-lane.comMajor Medical Study On Chiropractic And ImmunityMany fields, including Chiropractic and Medicine, have shown that spinal misalignments can create visceral disease and immune dysfunction. A major medical study showed this link in 2004. The controlled study showed that vertebral correction treatment to reduce vertebral misalignments in patients with atopic dermatitis and bronchial asthma. The… Read more »

Refined Carbohydrates May Trigger Food Addiction

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105 www.safety-lane.com Refined Carbohydrates May Trigger Food AddictionConsumption of a meal that has a high glycemic index (GI) appears to stimulate key brain regions related to craving and reward, a finding that supports the controversial hypothesis of food addiction, new research suggests.High glycemic index foods are those that raise blood sugar levels after eating. Foods… Read more »

HEALTH: It’s time to parent yourself

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105 www.safety-lane.comI sit here thinking about many things that impact on health and well-being.  Health is an individual goal that each of us is required to travel alone.  The people you bring along to help you are only there is assist; they cannot live your health for you.  This means any doctor you choose to… Read more »

Obesity: Why Exercise Doesn’t Work

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105 www.safety-lane.com Obesity: Why Exercise Doesn’t WorkDo you believe that it is only exercise that will lead to weight loss?  Every day you hear about someone losing a tremendous amount of weight by “nothing but exercise” and you are interested, but are you hearing it all? Surprisingly scientific research shows little evidence of exercise being… Read more »

Skin, Joint, and Back Problems Prompt Most Physician Visits

www.chiropractic-lane.com 07105 www.safety-lane.com Skin, Joint, and Back Problems Prompt Most Physician Visits  Most patients without acute conditions see their physicians not because of diabetes, heart disease, or cancer but because of skin problems, joint disorders, and back pain, according to an article published in the January 2013 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. Spurred on by healthcare… Read more »

Overuse injury: New Study Targets Youth Pitching Injuries.

www.safety-lane.com 07105www.chiropractic-lane.com Overuse injury: New Study Targets Youth Pitching Injuries. If you treat young athletes in your practice like I do at Chiropractic Lane, you’ll be interested in the results of a new study of young baseball athletes. The study, sponsored by the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, followed 750 young pitchers ( ages 9-18) for… Read more »