Greetings from Dr. T, Greetings from Dr. T, Just when we thought we’d heard the latest news on the nutritional relevance of vitamin D, an interesting study was just published by University of Exeter in the U.K. This robust international study associated vitamin D deficiency with a substantially increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Greetings from Dr. T, During the sizzling summer months, everywhere we look we see Californians toting water bottles – in the car, at the beach, in the store, at the gym – we’re all taking water. Yet so many people suffer from health issues that begin with dehydration. Not drinking enough water can cause the
Kathy (not her real name) came to me with complaints of tiredness, headaches, restless sleep, anxiety and depression. In the course of conversation she said that she couldn’t go on this way-she no longer found joy in anything she did, work was a burden and she did not spend much time doing the things she
Greetings to you, It’s the time of year for having fun at holiday parties. I have put together a few healthy eating and drinking tips here for you. Enjoy the season! 1. Engage in some good physical activity: take nice brisk walks with your loved ones and enjoy their company in the holiday season.
Hello from Dr. Thorburn, What steps can one take to get more energy? Sleep. To get a good night’s sleep you need a good bed and a good pillow. The room needs to be dark and of the correct temperature and air circulation for you to feel good. Go to bed when you are tired.
Greetings to you, Here are some useful advices for protecting your back health while doing housework. This info comes from the American Chiropractic Association website. Household chores can be a pain in the back! Unless you’re careful, routine activities around the home – washing dishes, vacuuming, even talking on the phone – can strain your back, including
Sinus pressure can often be relieved through “sinus massage”. When the tissues of the sinuses swell pressure is felt in the face and can become quiet painful. If left untreated it can lead to a sinus infection. The medical community is recommending antihistamines before jumping to antibiotics when the problem is pressure and not an
How do you know if you have a spinal bone out of place? You don’t necessarily. If you have pain, you probably do, but the bones can be out of place and not hurt. The body can adapt to a bone out of place (for example, this can occur in a fall or automobile accident)
Greetings to you, Our necks are one of our most precious possessions. The neck is important because it surrounds and protects the spinal cord, holds up the head and skull, and allows us to move and turn our head: Too often we find ourselves with a tense, sore, or painful neck. Neck pain can come
Greetings to you, Here are some tips about shoes, wallets, purses and briefcases: For women: If you wear high-heeled shoes for an extended length of time, this can increase the normal forward curve of the back and cause the pelvis to tip forward. This alters the normal position of the pelvis and spine that is
Greetings to you, Chiropractic care is becoming more and more popular for kids these days. According to a study in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, children make an estimated 30 million annual visits to Doctors of Chiropractic. Results from a recent survey found that DCs are the alternative practitioners most often consulted by
Antioxidant Spices, Like Tumeric and Cinnamon Reduce Negative Effects of High Fat Meal Greetings to you, Here’s an interesting tidbit…. ScienceDaily – Eating a diet rich in spices, like turmeric and cinnamon, reduces the body’s negative responses to eating high-fat meals, according to Penn State researchers. “Normally, when you eat a high-fat meal, you end