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Sometimes the things we know we shouldn’t do, we do anyways. We can do everything else right, but one wrong move can leave us injured. Even though I can eat right, exercise, stay hydrated and get rest, I am not invincible. It is usually the thing we least expect that throws our back out of…

We all know that certain foods aren’t good for our bodies: fast food, caffeine, alcohol, candy, cookies, and other manufactured foods. However, does eating these foods really cause pain? Our digestive system or gut is lined with millions of special cells and good bacteria. These cells allow the food we eat to be absorbed and…

Each January, roughly one in three Americans resolve to better themselves in some way. Starting an exercise program is always in the top 10 list of New Year’s resolutions. Being more active is a good thing, but it’s hard to keep a New Year’s resolution if you injure your back by doing too much too…

You Don’t Always Know What Kind of Doctor to See When you have a health problem, you don’t always know what kind of doctor to see. And Google has almost made matters worse. Self-diagnosis via the internet may seem like a good idea, but the overwhelming amount of information can be confusing at best and…

Our nutrition in this country has drastically changed over the past 100 years. The processing of our food has become more advanced and more “convenient” to keep us up to speed with our busy lifestyles. However, over the past thirty years we have seen the rates of obesity increasing and the health in our communities…

Coughing: Come on, man, you’re doing it wrong! Hygiene etiquette involves practices that prevent the spread of illness and disease. A critical time to practice good hygiene etiquette is when you are sick, especially when coughing or sneezing. The CDC recommends 3 primary ways to cover your cough to help stop the spread of germs…

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