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Make Breast Health a Priority

Breast health includes monitoring breasts, but mammograms aren’t the solution for everyone. They expose the body to high levels of radiation and can lead to overdiagnosis and overtreatment.

Don’t Let Old Man Winter Break Our Backs

There are several simple steps we can take every day to correct poor sitting posture.

CranioSacral Therapy is a Gentle Alternative Therapy

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine included an article on the recent findings of a pilot study that studied the effects of CST on former football players that suffer from physical pain, brain injuries and repeated concussions.

The Link Between Bacteria and Heart Disease

Years ago, we thought that ulcer disease was caused by spicy food. Then we discovered that stomach ulcers were actually caused by bacteria.

Dental Mercury Restricted in Europe

Mercury can be toxic to humans, and concern about its use as a material in fillings has caught international attention.

Preventing Osteoporosis

Bones are actually living tissue that is constantly changing. Bones develop and strengthen from birth until young adulthood, being the densest in our early 20s.

Women’s Health, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine

More Americans are turning to Chinese medicine to find symptomatic relief and long-term healing, while Western medical facilities are incorporating these therapies at unprecedented rates.

Harmonize with Spring for Optimum Health

A key concept in Chinese medicine is, “Heaven and man are one,” which implies that we cannot understand our health without considering our surrounding conditions.

Digital is Important for Dental X-Rays

We know that X-ray radiation is nothing to trifle with, but in comparison, dental X-rays are pretty tame.

Chinese Medicine ‘Health Hacks’ for Aging Gracefully

We may save enough money to retire comfortably, but we don’t always invest in our health the same way.

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