Published Saturday, 08 September 2012
Published Saturday, 01 September 2012
How safe is your cell phone?
Even though cell phone manufacturers say that there is no evidence that cell phones are harmful, research has begun to raise questions about their safety.
Recent development: It has been stated on www.ewg.org that cell phone radiation levels are more than 1,000. In addition, David O. Carpenter MD, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University of Albany, New York, recommends…
Published Saturday, 18 August 2012
Nearly 2,500 years ago, Hippocrates the father of modern medicine, said, "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." This is still true today- the right foods help you stay healthy and are powerful disease fighters.
Who knew that there were seven?
According to Steven Pratt, MD, assistant clinical professor of ophthalmology at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine recommends the foods listed below would result in a healthier life style.
Published Saturday, 11 August 2012
At South Orange Chiropractic we offer more than chiropractic services. We also offer, acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage therapy. These services are available by appointment only. Do keep in mind that these services are not only for chiropractic patients.
Do you know what these services are?
An acupuncture service is a medical practice or procedure that treats illness or provides local anesthesia by the insertion of needles at specified sites of the body. It has been used for pain management, weight loss, smoking, wellness, etc.
Published Saturday, 11 August 2012
Bottom Line/Health interviewed Robert Steven Gold, a hospital pharmacist and affiliate instructor of clinical pharmacy at Purdue University in West Lafayette, India, who states that medication is given to patients to help them, not to harm them. This makes it hard to comprehend that the side effects and interactions from medications cause more deaths annually than homicides, car accidents and airplane crashes combined.
Irregular heartbeat, burning rash on upper body, unexplained bruises, stomach or esophagus ulcers, persistent muscle pain, and tremors may occur as a side effect due to many popular drugs.
Published Saturday, 04 August 2012
According to recent analysis of health data for 167,000 adults, researchers found that those who reported being sedentary for less than three hours a day had a life expectancy that was two years longer than those who sat for three or more hours per day. Have you noticed how many hours you sit a day?
A sedentary life style contributes to heart disease, diabetes, and other health problems. If you sit for hours a day be sure to get up and walk around every hour or so. It’s recommended to stay as active as possible and maintain a daily walking routine.
As written in August 2012 Consumer Reports on Health, you already know that walking is good for you. It can reduce your risk of heart disease, relieve stress, improve blood pressure and blood sugar, strengthen bones, ease some menopause symptoms, keep your brain sharp, aid in weight loss, and possibly add a few years to your life.
There are many different key tips that can help you jazz up your walks. There are also gadgets designed to boost motivation for these walks whether they be taken along a park trail or in your very own home on a treadmill.
Did you know there were four? Which level are you at? What is your goal?
Published Saturday, 28 July 2012
The four levels of chiropractic care are chronic ill health, disease, dis-ease, and ideal health. Each level of chiropractic care is very important. Your experience may vary based on your unique case history, health status, age, and inherited family strengths and weaknesses.
The first level of chiropractic care deals with intensive spinal correction. Because of its focus on the nerve system, chiropractic care can be an important part of a wellness lifestyle. The nerve system controls the function of virtually every aspect of our lives. So, maintaining a properly functioning nerve system is essential if you want to be your very best.
"The Surprising Cause of Memory Problems, Bladder Cancer and Other Dangerous Conditions"
Published Monday, 23 July 2012
Ann Grandjean, associate professor of medical nutrition education at University of Nebraska Medical Center of Omaha states how difficult it is to pin point exactly how much water an individual needs. Being that the human body is made of 70% of water, it isn't enough to maintain good health. Everyone's activity levels, metabolism, and environmental factors such as heat and humidity are different. Some individuals may need more water than others. Water is an essence of life.