To Your Health Newsletter

To Your Health Newsletter

May, 2017 (Vol. 11, Issue 11)
Your Spine Is the Key to Your Health

You may have heard the saying, "The eyes are the window to the soul." There is another saying in the world of chiropractic: "Your spine is the window to your health." How can the condition of your spine divulge so much information about overall health? Find out why spinal health should be your No. 1 priority and how your chiropractor can help.

Healthy Living

Hands-Free Technology? Not as Safe as You Think

You Can Give Cancer the Boot

Fight Colorectal Cancer With Folic Acid

Teaching Healthy Eating Habits

How to Deal With the Picky Eater

Healthy Living

Hands-Free Technology? Not as Safe as You Think

Healthy Aging: A Question of Calories?

Calorie restriction can be an important component of a sensible weight-loss program, particularly if caloric binging has been a staple of your weight gain. But that's not the only health benefit of cutting back on the calories, suggests a recent study that examined the impact on the aging process itself.

Codeine Not for
Kids, Warns the FDA

With the spotlight on pain medications, particularly the opioid class, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently strengthened its warning against children using prescription mediations that contain codeine or tramadol. Read about what the new warning says and how it affects your children.

A Natural Approach to Menopause Symptoms

Menopause is a natural biological process, but that doesn't mean women have to endure the distressing emotional and physiological symptoms if they can help it. Many turn to hormone replacement therapy, which can have varying side effects, when a safer potential option exists: an herb called fennel.

Need an Energy Boost? Say No
to Caffeine and Yes to Exercise

Couldn't we all use a little energy boost now and then? Here's a natural solution to replace all that caffeine you're drinking.

The Adult Consequences of Childhood Heart Health Risks

High blood pressure, high cholesterol and other heart health risks in childhood can impact adult cognitive function.