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  • Everything You Think You Know About Cholesterol Is Wrong!
    The journal Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology published an article in September, 2018 titled “LDL-Cholesterol (LDL-C) Does Not Cause Cardiovascular Disease: A Comprehensive Review of Current Literature”.  This study had Read more
  • Would you invest $37.00 to find out if there's a way to get pain free and healthy again?
    “Would You Invest $37 to Find Out if there’s a Way to Get You Pain-Free and Healthy Again?*…”  even if you’ve been frustrated before… Dear friend, The typical person that comes to my office Read more
  • Is Drinking Coffee Healthy?
    A study of 4,780 female nurses published in June of 2016 in The Journal of Nutrition studied whether varying coffee or caffeine consumption levels are associated with DNA telomere length. Read more
  • Can Too Much Sleep Be A Bad Thing?
    An article that was published in the August, 2018 Journal of the American Heart Association studied the effects of sleep duration.  They analyzed 74 studies on the topic which included Read more
  • Are X-Rays Necessary and Safe?
    We commonly hear questions about the necessity and safety of X-rays.  This post will cover what the research states about the necessity and safety of X-rays for chiropractic treatments. The article Read more
  • The Myth of Opioids Powerful Pain Relief
    The opioid epidemic began in the late 80's and early 90's with the misguided notion that opioid painkillers can be used safely and effectively in the long-term treatment of chronic back Read more
  • Breast Cancer and Vitamin D
    A research article published in June 2018 in PLOS (Public Library of Science) ONE investigated the relationship between Vitamin D concentration and breast cancer risk in 5,038 women 55 years Read more
  • Is Texting Causing Your Pain?
    In January of 2017 Applied Ergonomics published a 5 year study of over 7000 people between the ages of 20 and 24 to examine whether texting on a mobile phone is Read more
  • Cold Laser Therapy and Plantar Fascitis
    Plantar fasciitis affects nearly 1 million people annually in the United States.  Chronic plantar fasciitis develops in about 10% of patients and is a difficult clinical problem to treat.  Low-level Read more

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