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  • Headaches Outside the Head
    By Douglas R. Briggs, DC, Dipl. Ac. (IAMA), DAAPMIf you have been in practice for more than a day, you likely have encountered a patient with a complaint of headache. Read more
  • Five practical ways to add kale to your diet
    Posted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellWednesday, September 04, 2013  written by: Sandeep Godiyal(NaturalNews) There is a great deal to be said for kale. Kale is recognized as one of the Read more
  • The Webster Technique: A Technique for Pregnant Women
    Posted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellWritten by Jeanne Ohm, D.C.  Thursday, 26 June 2008 11:39The Webster Technique, discovered by Dr. Larry Webster, founder of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Read more
  • Eczema In Infants Could Be Tied To Development Of Food Allergies
    Posted By Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellWritten By Jonathan Weiss | Jul 19, 2013The skin is a powerful barrier that prevents things from the environment, such as bacteria and allergens, from Read more
  • Potential New Cause of Fibromyalgia
    Posted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellArticle found on www.masterchiropractor.com by Dr. Michael SantipadriMany patients labeled as having fibromyalgia may actually be suffering from disease known as small-fiber polyneuropathy (SFPN), according Read more
  • Ask An Expert: Why Do I Need Omega-3 Fat?
    Posted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellWritten by Jason EdmondsOmega-3 has been touted as one of the healthiest supplements, but something sounds a bit fishy. Is this fat too good to be Read more
  • NYC Doctors Are Now Prescribing Fruits And Veggies
    Written by Katharine O'MarraPosted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellDoctors typically give patients prescriptions for medications. But a new program in New York City has doctors prescribing fruits and vegetables to Read more
  • Calling All Golfers
    Written and Posted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellDon’t let that achy back take away from your golf swing!  Golf and chiropractic care go hand in hand.   Golf is meant to Read more
  • Cocoa May Help Fight Obesity-Related Inflammation
    Posted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellInformation retrieved from Science DailyJune 12, 2013 — A few cups of hot cocoa may not only fight off the chill of a winter's day, Read more
  • 13 Nutrition Lies That Made The World Sick And Fat
    Posted by Dr. Kelly Cook FerrellBy Kris Gunnars, Authority Nutrition1. Eggs Are Bad For Your HealthFlickr/skampyEggs are so incredibly nutritious that they’re often called “nature’s multivitamin.”The nutrients in them are enough Read more
  • Olga Run
    Doctors post 12/30/2013What Makes Olga Run was the front cover article in today's Sunday, Dec 29, edition of Parade magazine. Olga is a 94 year old superstar masters track athlete Read more
  • How To Keep Your Resolution
    From an article in the NY Times, Jan 5, edition entitled, “How to Keep your Resolutions”, a few researched suggestions:1.Make a concrete plan. When you do so you embed your Read more
  • Intentions Aren't Enough!
    Intentions aren't enough! Here’s your template for goals & resolutions that will come to fruition!Tis’ the season to have grandiose intentions for so many areas of your life including getting more Read more
  • Nourishing the Terrain: Exploring the Connection Between Nutrition and Immunity
    ~~19th-century physiologist Claude Bernard postulated that sickness was not caused by bacteria, but rather by human beings’ internal environment. “The terrain is everything;” he wrote, “the germ is nothing.” The Read more
  • Pain in the Back? Exercise May Help You!
    Pain In The Back? Exercise May Help You Learn Not To Feel Itby PATTI NEIGHMOND and RICHARD KNOXJanuary 13, 2014 3:09 AMJanet Wertheimer does a back hyperextension exercise at Boston Sports Club in Wellesley, Read more
  • Snow Shoveling Safety Tips
    Written by Laura WalterThe seasonal chore of snow shoveling combines heavy lifting and cold weather, resulting in possible injuries to the back and should muscles, if shovelers do not take Read more

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