To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- The Well-Adjusted Spine
- Get Ready for the New Year
- Show Yourself a Little Love
- Eat to Win
- Close Your Eyes and Get Healthy
- Watch Out for Ibuprofen: It May Make Childhood Sinusitis Worse
- The Perils of Chronic Neck Pain
- Exercise Before Breakfast?
- Soda: Bad for Women's Bones
- Even Once Is Better Than Never
No more pain after just one chiropractic adjustment? You may think that's enough. But if you understand a problem can exist without pain, you'll see it takes a lifetime of minor tune-ups to be at your best.
5 Reasons Meditation Should Be on Your List
Perpetually Overworked? Your Heart Can Feel It
Is Your Teen Daughter Eating Enough, Especially If She's an Athlete?
5 Ways You Can Get Better Sleep Tonight
Let's delve into the research and see why parents should be cautious when considering the use of ibuprofen (common brand names: Advil, Motrin, etc.) for children with sinusitis.
Chronic neck pain is frustrating, but some of its potential consequences can be just as, if not more troubling. Consider new research that suggests that when coupled with neck fatigue, it can impact posture and balance.
You may think you need to fuel up with a good breakfast before doing any physical activity first thing in the morning, but research suggests doing the opposite may actually be beneficial from a health perspective.
Especially for postmenopausal women, who are already at a higher risk of bone issues compared to younger women.
A little running is better than none at all when it comes to longevity. Here's how much it takes to extend your lifespan.