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To Your Health Newsletter

September, 2017 (Vol. 11, Issue 19)
School's in Session – So Is Back Pain

Within the past several weeks, children of all ages have returned to the classroom. And another school year means ... back pain? Yes, it's true; adults aren't the only ones who can suffer from this all-too-common affliction. Your kids are at risk for back pain during the school year. Here are a few of the primary reasons why they're at risk and how you can help prevent it.

Simplifying Weight Loss

3 Key Principles to Guide Your Program

Healthy You, Health Baby

A Reason to Avoid Tylenol During Pregnancy

Fitness Facts

6 Common-Sense Strategies to Get (and Stay) in Great Shape

The Road to Less Stress

Engage All Your Senses and Leave Stress Behind

4 Things to Know
About Energy Drinks

The popularity of energy drinks is on the rise among adolescents and young adults, with consumption highest among males 18-34 years of age; and the industry is global and generates astonishing revenues. But take a closer look and you'll quickly see energy drinks are a major health problem.

Exercise Your Right
to Vary Your Workout

Your body – and mind – are constantly adjusting to the demands placed upon them. If you do the same thing over and over without variation, eventually it becomes routine; and routine is always a recipe for exercise disaster. Here's how to mix up your workouts and keep making progress.

Chiropractic: Coming
to a Hospital Near You

Imagine chiropractic care as a pain management option at hospitals nationwide. Not as far-fetched as you might think now that the organization which currently evaluates and accredits nearly 90 percent of all U.S. hospitals has issued revised pain assessment and management standards.

Don't Make Low Back Pain Worse

Don't think your spouse's back pain is a big deal? It may actually make the pain – which is a big deal to them – even worse.

Can't Stomach Cancer? Eat Nuts

If you're not eating nuts, you should be, because research suggests nut consumption lowers the risk of gastric cancer.