To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Women's Health 101: Another Great Reason to Exercise (Vigorously)
- Pain No More
- Flexibility Is Important
- Don't Take This Mineral for Granted
- Rev It Up
- Does Your Company Offer Chiropractic?
- Grab a Book - It Could Help You Live Longer
- Help Your Brain Age Gracefully With B12
- Not Fit? Might as Well Be a Smoker
- Dealing With a Tot With TOTS
If you think consistent exercise is only good for reducing your risk of developing obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and myriad other health issues, listen up: For women, particularly middle-aged women who experience frustrating hot flashes during menopause, exercise may reduce those symptoms as well.
The Missing Pieces of the Chronic Pain Puzzle
Why You Should Take Time to Stretch
Why You Need Iron
Maximize Your Metabolism With a Healthy Thyroid
Does your company offer chiropractic care as part of its wellness program? Does your company have a wellness program in place at all? It's time, suggests a new position paper highlighting the financial, clinical and patient-satisfaction benefits of providing chiropractic care at on-site corporate health clinics.
It's said reading is fundamental, and new research suggests it also could help keep you healthy, in the form of living longer. The study involving more than 3,500 adults over the age of 50 evaluated their likelihood of dying over a 12-year tracking period based on the amount of weekly time they spent reading books.
Looking for ways to keep your brain sharp as you age? Then listen up: An important study appeared in JAMA Psychiatry in June 2016, providing additional evidence that high blood levels of vitamin B12 can slow the shrinking of the brain that commonly begins to occur after the age of 60.
Is lack of physical fitness just as dangerous as smoking when it comes to your health?
Difficulties with breastfeeding are not the only concern for a child with tethered oral tissues.