Monthly Archives: October 2010

Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain – The Latest Science

I hate chronic pain and fibromyalgia. It seems like a divine injustice that people should suffer so endlessly and seemingly needlessly. At least research is beginning to uncover some of the basic physiology behind these conditions. Read on to learn more. Continue reading

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Gain Control Over Depression and Anxiety

The more I’ve learned about depression, anxiety and stress, the more I’ve realized two things: 1) they’re extremely potent issues affecting all aspects of health, and 2) they’re individual experiences which are intimately interconnected with our social experiences. Continue reading

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Hate Exercise? Fitness is Child’s Play

What ever happened to fun? I mean old-fashioned physical fun? Is there a Wii in everyone’s future, or will hula hoop, jump rope, pogo stick, and frisbee make a comeback? Continue reading

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Secret to Avoiding Falls and Fractures

Thinning bones are a big worry for older people. But, regardless of your bone density, if you never fall in the first place, your risk of fracturing a bone is greatly reduced. Continue reading

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Low Back Pain, Section 1

Here’s what I wish each of my patients – and all low back pain patients everywhere – understood about low back pain. Continue reading

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Sickness Cartel – Part 2

A doctor of chiropractic responds to an article about the “sickness cartel” – the alliance of drug companies, insurance companies, hospital systems,and medical organizations who have a vested interest in keeping you in fear of sickness. Continue reading

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Sickness Cartel Shows No Signs of Slowing

If you’re trying to be healthy (and who isn’t?) you need to be aware of the alliance of large drug companies, insurance companies, hospital systems, medical organizations, and large food producers that profit from sickness. Continue reading

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Yet Another Way to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

Noise is a serious public health issue. This article reveals information about the role of noise in the genesis of heart disease. Continue reading

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Pain Drugs Linked to Hearing Loss in Men

Be aware – many of the most commonly used drugs have been shown to damage to your hearing. Continue reading

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Men Doing Yoga

Check out the blog MindBodyGreen for an inspiring story about yoga from a man’s perspective. Continue reading

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