Research from the University of California – Los Angeles suggests that the relationship between body weight and inactivity is more complex than previously thought (UCLA). Science has... Read More
Many Americans suffer from repetitive strain disorders resulting from prolonged computer use. Similarly, with the rise in popularity of iPads and other tablets, owners of these... Read More
If your physical fitness has slid so far down-hill that you have lost the desire to improve it, that is a sad situation. But it's not... Read More
Of the nearly half-billion American shoulders — two for every man, woman, and child —most shoulders work well enough most of the time. And that's good.... Read More
Are you letting part-time residual spinal problems cheat you out of full-time health? If so, maybe you can do something about it.
Residual problems—spinal weaknesses which... Read More
Look at the possible factors involved in back problems and back pain. Those listed here are just the tip of the back pain iceberg. Given the... Read More
Persistent low back pain, back weakness and other back miseries are often caused by swayback, a condition in which an exaggeration of the lower spine's inward... Read More
Stated as simply as possible, the reason doctors examine patients is to find out what is wrong and how best to treat the problem. Of all... Read More
No one seems to know why so many people buy poorly-designed and poorly-constructed mattresses, hang on to the sagging things for years, seldom get a good... Read More
The warning signals depicted here are some of the more common signals calling for chiropractic evaluation, interpretation, and care. Other warning signals indicating health problems of... Read More
About 35% of men and 45% of women will experience a herniated disk in their lifetime[i]. Of these people, most experience over a year of pain,... Read More
More often than you may think, we humans can decide to improve our health, then take the necessary steps to attain and maintain improvement.
Is the effort... Read More