To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Boost Your Immune System
- Pain in the Neck
- Cheer up the Natural Way
- Your Bones Deserve It
- Secrets to Lasting Wellness
- Antibiotics, GI Health and Asthma: Connecting the Dots
- The Art of Juicing (and Pureeing)
- Smartphones Aren't Smart at All When It Comes to Your Neck
- Less Vitamin D, More Back Pain
- It's OK to Eat Eggs
There's a great deal we don't know about COVID-19, but we do know a weak immune system (older age, disease, etc.) puts you at greater risk. What do we know about the immune system? It responds favorably to certain nutrients.
Causes of Neck Pain and How Chiropractic Can Help
Three Ways to Help Fight the Winter Blues
Exercise Now, Reduce Your Fracture Risk Later
What Your Spine Says About Your Health
Asthma has been named as a risk factor for coronavirus complications. Now here's the good news: Fewer antibiotics may reduce asthma incidence ... and a healthy gut may be the key.
Stuck at home because of COVID-19? If you haven't aready done so, now is the time to master the art of juicing. Why? Because juicing is a valuable way to help get the nutrition your body needs.
Excessive smartphone use may cause chronic neck pain leading to cervical disc degeneration at an earlier-than-normal age. Let's see why using your smartphone isn't smart at all.
If you're a postmenopausal woman, your vitamin D status could play a big role in your risk of back pain.
Confused about whether eating eggs is a good or bad thing when it comes to your heart health? Here's the answer.