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Poor sleep health could contribute to inflammatory disease

Philadelphia, PA, July 6, 2016 – A new meta-analysis in Biological Psychiatry reports that sleep disturbances and long sleep duration are associated with increases in markers of inflammation.   “It is important to highlight that both too much and too little sleep appears to be associated with inflammation, a process […]

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Chiropractic Does Not Raise Stroke Risk

Opponents of Chiropractic have attempted a ‘smear’ campaign over the years by suggesting that chiropractic adjustments to the neck increased the risk of a certain type of stroke.   This campaign was never based upon ANY scientific evidence, but rather on ‘biased’ opinions.   A study was published in the […]

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What Is Causing You To Age… And Look Older?

Do you really want to be healthy? Are you doing everything you can to avoid looking 20 years older than you are?   FACT: Nearly 100% of all loss of height as you grow older happens because of diseased and dehydrated spinal discs.   FACT:You are born with 23 healthy […]

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How the Immune system works in a nutshell

There are two parts: the innate immune system and the humoral (also called acquired, because it has exposure memory) immune system. The innate immune system leaps into play as soon as a virus (or other antigen) enters the body. It attacks the virus immediately and tries to disable it and […]

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Vitamin D could be a piece of COVID-19’s ‘complex puzzle,’ Israeli scientists say, after a new study finds a link between deficiency and severe illness

Dr. Catherine Schuster-Bruce Low levels of vitamin D prior to catching COVID-19 were linked to worse illness, a study found. Vitamin D helps bolster the immune system to tackle viruses that attack the lungs, researchers said. Vitamin D is “one piece of the complex puzzle” underlying severe COVID-19, the scientists […]

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Work Without Stress?

Stress is tough on you. When you learn to reduce your work stress, your overall stress decreases as well!   We spend most of our waking hours doing this thing we call “work” so that we can provide for our families.   Unfortunately, for far too many people, work produces a […]

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The Intervertebral Disc

Disc disease, degenerated discs, slipped discs, herniated discs are common terms often related to back pain, both in your lower back and neck. Most people in the medical profession use these terms with patients, so I want to explain them to you. What do these terms mean? How do these […]

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A Valentine Story

John stood up from the bench, straightened his Army uniform, and studied the crowd of people making their way through Grand Central Station. He looked for the girl whose heart he knew, but whose face he didn’t, the girl with the rose.   His interest in her had begun thirteen […]

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