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10 January 2019

By Dr. Jared Bornstein, DC, MS, CNS There’s one holiday tradition that most of us are all too familiar with—overeating. From holiday parties to baking with the kids to passing candy around the office, it’s hard not to indulge throughout December. According to a report featured in the New England Journal of Medicine, Americans who […]

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12 July 2018

Our brains are constantly working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week…even when we’re sleeping! As the saying goes ‘a mind is a terrible thing to waste’. In the US alone, 1 in 5 adults suffer from a mental health illness…that’s over 40 million Americans. One of the most under-recognized factors in the development […]

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1 June 2018

It is getting hot out, and I mean HOT! The dog days of summer are looming ahead of us and whether you are lying on the beach or soldiering through pre-season workouts, we could all use a little extra H2O this time of year.  Staying hydrated is often overlooked but isvitally important to your body’s functionality. The body of an average adult is comprised more than 60 […]

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1 June 2018

Bottom Line: Few injuries can slow you down faster than a bad back. Irritated or compressed nerves in your low back can cause severe pain into your buttocks and legs. This type of pain results in tens of millions of people searching Dr. Google to find relief.  And with television commercials promoting all sorts of […]

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1 June 2018

You might have heard this through doctors, magazines, news anchors, television shows: they all keep telling you that exercise is great for your heart health and improving it. Yet you might also be wondering, is there any evidence backing this up, or are they just trying to get everyone on treadmills? As a matter of […]

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30 May 2018

Spring is here! For some of us, this also means the beginning of the sneezing, itchy eyes and runny noses. Seasonal allergies affect more than 17 million adults and 6 million kids. Allergies vary from person to person all are on the immune system’s inflammatory reaction to a substance it considers foreign. Seasonal or not, […]

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23 May 2018

HOW TO GET IN SHAPE 2018 Getting into shape doesn’t have to be complicated, yet so many of us tend to over-complicate it. The bottom line is beginners can get into good shape, and they can do it fast. Here is a short beginner’s guide to getting into great shape.   Eating For starters, stick […]

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2 May 2018

Whether you are a student, teacher, lawyer, or a retired citizen, mental health issues have no target audience: they can affect almost anyone. Taking care of your mental health is extremely important to your overall well-being, and an even have physical ramifications if not properly addressed. Did you know that there are natural ways to […]

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31 October 2017

School is back in session which means learning and studying new subjects, seeing old and new friends, participating in school activities and of course the stress that comes with it all. It can be hard to always pay attention to what kind of food you’re eating when there are so many other things to worry […]

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30 May 2017

Notice yourself sneezing a lot more than usual? Do you have a runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, and sometimes-even rashes? It could be possible you are going through a form of chronic disease that affects millions of people a day…seasonal allergies. The symptoms above are a hyper sensitized response of the immune system to […]

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