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Do you know what the leading cause of environmental mercury pollution is? Dental amalgams! It is a well-known fact that dental amalgams which contain mercury are a danger to patients and dental practitioners. Apparently, dentist offices in the US are the biggest source of mercury in wastewater. Once in the
What’s the first thing you do after you hit your head on the kitchen cupboard or sprain your ankle? Ice the spot as soon as possible and wait for the inflammation to go away. Ice has many hidden talents and one of them is to relieve back pain. There are
Did you know that you can change the kind of food you prefer, rewiring your brain to actually crave healthier foods, without much effort? A new study published in Nutrition&Diabetes indicates that you can get your brain to change its cravings simply by exposing yourself to healthy foods, repeatedly. The research concluded
We all know how good a well-done massage can feel. But a professional massage should do more than soothe the soul, it should also provide our bodies with multiple health benefits, sometimes even targeted towards a specific problem the recipient of the massage is struggling with. The idea is surely
Until a few years ago, fitness instructors and training experts alike swore by the efficiency of the sit-up, when it came to helping their clients develop a strong core. Planking, or planks, was almost unheard of. The trends have changed since, as research has proven that planks are a sure-fire
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by M. Enrique Flores, D.C. The foot is an amazingly complex mechanism with 26 bones, all of interest to your chiropractic health. In addition to bones big and small, the foot has muscles, nerves and more than 100 ligaments, working together to perform our daily tasks. Now multiply all that by
A recent study, published in an online October edition of the prestigious academic journal Neurologysuggests that people who have trouble sleeping may also experience quicker shrinkages of their brain mass. The study in question was conducted by several researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Oslo, Norway. It