There are many factors that influence a healthy life. Exercise, a positive mental attitude, sunshine and fresh air, adequate sleep. But food is without a doubt the most universal. It can be argued that you don’t need to exercise. And even people with horrible attitudes can live long lives. But you have to eat to… Continue reading Success with Food Starts in the Kitchen
It wasn’t that long ago that doomsday preppers were considered part of the lunatic fringe. Extremists whose minds only operate in the context of a perpetual worst case scenario. And then SARS-CoV2 happened. If you’re not familiar with the concept of doomsday prepping, it is essentially preparing yourself and your family for any disaster or… Continue reading Are You a Doomsday Prepper?
Health insurance can be a great safety net if you find yourself in a catastrophic situation that requires extensive care. But it falls woefully short when it comes to helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Which begs the question, “Is it really your insurer’s responsibility to keep you healthy anyway?” When things go sideways and… Continue reading The Sick State of Health Insurance
There are some things that just seem to be a given as we age. Diminished hearing. Velour track suits. Unfiltered speech. Doggy bags at dinner. And arthritis. But as prevalent as arthritis is, it doesn’t have to be the all-encompassing, debilitating ailment that many folks make it out to be. Classic images of arthritis depict… Continue reading Can You Fend Off Arthritis?
Talk to anyone who has had a knee replacement, and they’ll tell you that there are 2 keys to a successful procedure. The first is prepping for the surgery and going into it as strong as possible. This is all about getting your body prepared for what it’s about to undergo. Tissues will be cut… Continue reading Like a Knee Replacement for Your Spine
Fall is officially here. Or as the drug manufacturers call it, Money Making Season. Hollywood’s brightest stars can only wish they were afforded the same volume of press given to the flu shot. Or the same blind eye offered up to perpetually poor performance. Inexplicably, the box office bomb that is the flu shot continues… Continue reading It’s Cold and Flu Season. Are You Up to Date on Your Shots?
I seems like every week I consult with someone who was in a fender bender of some sort. In many cases the resulting bodily injury is minor enough that proper balance can be restored within the scope of a few adjustments. Low speed sideswipes, for example, usually don’t impart major injury. However, if there’s one… Continue reading What You Need to Know About Whiplash