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Why Does my Neck Hurt?

Date: 04 Nov 2019
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We are increasingly spending time hunched forward and leaning over our phones and laptops for hours without breaks. This hunched or kyphotic posture increases the load on the neck up to several times more than in an erect posture. In a fast-paced world, driven by technology, upper crossed syndrome is becoming a major problem for […]

Can Exercise Improve Your Golf Game

Date: 09 Oct 2019
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With the 2019 season coming to an end, it may be time to start getting in shape for next season. I personally have struggled with lower back and sacroiliac joint pain as a result of playing golf. I have found that staying in shape and maintaining flexibility have helped curb some of these injuries. Here […]

Acu-What? Acupuncture and Acupressure 101

Date: 18 Sep 2019
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Have you ever wondered what the big fuss is regarding acupuncture? It is time to learn the basics. Let’s start with some background information on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). What is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)? TCM grew from Confucianism and Daoist philosophies, and it continues to thrive in China to this day. Ancient TCM treatments […]

Soaking Up the Sun: Tips to Protect Yourself

Date: 14 Aug 2019
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Did you know? The skin is the largest organ in the body! Probably one of the easiest ways to prevent millions of cases of cancer each year is sunscreen! Staying out of the sun is the best way to avoid sun damage, but most of us go outdoors regularly. So when you go outside, take […]

Protect Yourself: How to Increase your HDL Cholesterol

Date: 05 Aug 2019
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High-density lipoprotein (HDL) is often referred to as the “good” cholesterol. Having high HDL levels helps transport cholesterol from your arteries to your liver, where it can be used or excreted. In addition increased levels of HDL have both and antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefit. When it comes to cholesterol, it’s mostly about the numbers. While genetics definitely […]

The Power of the Avocado

Date: 25 Jul 2019
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Did you know that avocados are actually a fruit…not a vegetable. They may in fact be the most powerful fruit out there. Avocados are really fattening, but in a very good way. They have more fat than any other fruit, but don’t let that deter you from eating them! Avocados are full of incredibly healthy […]

Intermittent fasting

Date: 01 Jul 2019
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Intermittent fasting is a currently popular diet trend that does not restrict what or how much you eat, but rather when you eat. There are several versions of intermittent fasting: Eat-Stop-Eat Alternate day fasting: no eating for 24 hours for anywhere from 1 to 4 non-consecutive days per week, most commonly 1-2 days of fasting […]

Standing desks: Are they worth the hype?

Date: 25 Jun 2019
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A major problem for office workers (and even physicians), is that they sit down for most of the day working at a computer. People who sit a lot every day have an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and early death. Sitting burns fewer calories and research has shown a link to weight gain and […]

Let’s walk 10,000 steps a day

Date: 03 Jun 2019
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You’ve probably heard that you should walk 10,000 steps per day for fitness and weight loss. How did they come up with this amount? Is this a fitness myth or is there any research that shows that it works? In 1965, Japanese company Yamasa Toki introduced their new step-counter, which they called Manpo-Kei. This translated […]

The Importance of Getting our ZZZZZs

Date: 12 Feb 2019
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For those of us who suffer from a poor night’s sleep, we all know that feeling cranky and irritable the next morning is to be expected. But did you know that chronic sleep deprivation can have much more serious and surprising consequences than just impairing our memory and affecting our mood? Ongoing lack of sleep […]

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