It’s true – medical studies show the nutrients, veggies and protein components in grandma’s famous chicken soup can help you feel better when you’re sick.
Would it be forward if we said you looked radiant? Really – you have a certain glow about you. In fact, we think seeing your gorgeous mug in the mirror every morning should serve as a daily reminder to make sure you’re keeping your skin safe. After all, you wouldn’t want your natural good looks to be ruined by early aging or skin cancer caused by overexposure to the sun, would you? We didn’t think so. So how can you tell if you have the know-how to keep yourself protected in the Arizona sun? Take our Safe Skin Quiz to find out.
Can food be the first line of defense in our fight against disease? Experts and doctors continue to point to the pivotal role food plays in how healthy we live, including what diseases we can avoid and how effectively we maintain our energy levels. In many ways, the foods we eat can become the medicine we need to boost our immune system and live healthier lives.
The goal of any therapy or treatment for osteoarthritis is to alleviate pain and control symptoms as much as possible. To do that, there are different approaches and ideas as to what works best. Doctors and therapists are always watching the progress of their patients to find out if they need to go in a different direction with their treatment recommendations.
Knee pain can strike anyone at anytime. Both young and old people can experience varying degrees of knee pain from many different causes, including sports injuries and normal wear and tear of the cartilage. For the most part, people are more active these days and are more susceptible to knee pain. The good news is, there are treatments and therapies that can help us all avoid knee injuries and manage knee pain more effectively.
There has been quite a bit of attention and focus given to peripheral neuropathy recently in the health community. Some people are just hearing about it for the first time and wonder if they might be experiencing symptoms without knowing. This is especially true for people who are most likely to get peripheral neuropathy, such as diabetes patients and those who may have gone through chemotherapy.
Most people tend to think of chiropractors as therapists who deal with injuries to the neck and back. We call a chiropractor when we have been in a car accident or have hurt our back playing a sport or exercising. While back and neck injuries definitely fall in the scope of what a chiropractor can help with, many of us would be surprised to learn of some of the other conditions chiropractors treat on a regular basis.
Of the many different causes of neuropathy, diabetes is the most common. It is estimated that 60% or more of people with diabetes will develop neuropathy at one point or another.