Fundraising Hike for Ernestine's Women Shelter

Posted on Sep 30, 2013

Fundraising Hike for Ernestine's Women Shelter on September 28, 2013. Great hike, amazing weather! [More]

10 Ways to Protect Your Child’s Spine From Heavy School Backpacks

Posted on Sep 25, 2013

Research clearly shows that there is an association between heavy backpacks and risk of back pain in children. [More]

'Junk Food' Exposure Risks Kids' Mental Health

Posted on Aug 21, 2013

"Junk food" during pregnancy and in early childhood is linked to a significantly increased risk for poor mental health, including anxiety and depression, in very young children, new research shows. [More]

High Glycemic Index Food May Trigger Food Addiction

Posted on Jul 3, 2013

Consumption of a meal that has a high glycemic index (GI) appears to stimulate key brain regions related to craving and reward, a finding that supports the controversial hypothesis of food addiction, new research suggests. [More]

Low Vitamin D Exacerbates Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Posted on Jun 7, 2013

The link between vitamin D and inflammatory bowel disease was strengthened by 2 studies reported here at Digestive Disease Week 2013. [More]

Mediterranean Diets Beat Low-Fat for CVD Prevention

Posted on Mar 22, 2013

A Mediterranean diet supplemented with either extra virgin olive oil or mixed nuts may cut the risk of cardiovascular events by as much as 30%. [More]

Processed Meats, but Not Red Meat, Linked With CV Deaths

Posted on Mar 10, 2013

LONDON — High consumption of processed meat was associated with a near doubling of the risk of all-cause mortality, compared with low consumption, over a mean of 12 years. [More]

Specific active exercises is more effective when combined with manual therapy

Posted on Feb 25, 2013

Manual Therapy followed by specific active exercises is more effective than specific actice exercises alone according to randomized control trial   [More]

Over 500 lbs worth of food and toys donation

Posted on Jan 6, 2013

In a short 3 weeks, we reach our goal with over 500 lbs worth of food and toys for Ernestine's Women's Shelter this year. [More]

Loneliness Increases Dementia Risk Among the Elderly

Posted on Dec 18, 2012

People who feel lonely are significantly more likely to develop clinical dementia over a period of 3 years compared with those who do not feel lonely, a Dutch study of the elderly suggests. [More]

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