Mother Posts Daughter’s HPV Vaccine Injury on Facebook. Prepare
From June 2006 through March 2016, about 79 million doses of Gardasil were distributed in the United States. During the same period, VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting Service) received 33,945 US reports of adverse events following Gardasil vaccination. The law defines adverse events as serious if it is “life threatening or results in death, a... View Article
Embrace a Healthier New Year
This year, embrace a lifestyle that brings you joy
Are too many sweets, too few visits to the gym and too many sick days reminders that it might be time to stock your wellness arsenal for the New Year? Getting on the path to better health doesn’t have to be painful. It just starts with simple, yet smart, steps.
Adopt a Clean Diet
Is your diet dirty? The New Year is an ideal time to clean it up. How?
Choose foods in vibrant hues: Your plate should be covered with richly colored fruits and vegetables, which often mean the antioxidant levels are high. From kale and spinach to blueberries and pomegranates, colorful fruits and vegetables not only taste great, but they may help boost your immune system. Whenever possible, buy organic or grow…
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If You Must Do It, Do It Right
Be proactive with regular chiropractic visits to keep your back strong and healthy!
Whether we’re raking leaves, shovelling snow or planting flowers, these and other backbreaking chores can not only cause pain but injury as well.
Here are some valuable tips to help keep your back healthy the next time you tackle those outdoor to-dos:
Have a young family member or neighbor do the job for you.
Keep the rake or shovel near your body to avoid injury. Extending it away from you and then pulling sharply inward could spell trouble for an older or vulnerable back.
Try not to twist your torso.
Bend using your knees, not your back.
Take frequent breaks. Some people work nonstop for many hours and…