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5 Tips to Start Your Own Running Routine

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on Dec 30, 2016 8:12:00 AM

Experienced runners have routines that they tend to follow extremely closely. For many, these routines were slowly developed across the years. Others went out of their way to figure out which routine works best for their body and mind. Abide by the following tips and you just might develop a running routine that you adhere to across posterity.

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Topics: Health and Body

The Best and Worst Drinks for Your Health

Posted by Dr. Christopher Gross, D.C. on Dec 23, 2016 8:07:00 AM

When it comes to maintaining healthy bones, most people think that consuming foods with calcium and working out will suffice. Yet the liquids we consume actually affect bone health much more than the average person would guess. Let's take a look at what you should and should not drink for healthy bones.

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3 of the Most Challenging Chiropractic Questions Answered

Posted by Carlson Chiropractic on Dec 16, 2016 9:00:00 AM

When it comes to chiropractic care, most patients are chock full of questions. There is typically a good amount of uncertainty regarding this treatment modality in terms of how it is administered and whether it is fully safe. Let's address these issues to increase your comfort level with chiropractic care.

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Is Ice or Heat Better for a Sports Injury?

Posted by Dr. Christopher Gross, D.C. on Dec 9, 2016 8:41:00 AM

 If you have suffered a sports injury, you are likely willing to try anything in your quest to return to normalcy. Yet there is an appropriate time for ice and an appropriate time for heat. Let's take a look at exactly which types of injuries should be treated by ice and which should be treated by heat.

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Topics: Health and Body

7 Healthy Snacks You Can Make with Your Kids

Posted by Dr. Christopher Gross, D.C. on Dec 2, 2016 9:00:00 AM



 

If your kids experience headaches, allergies, indigestion or eczema, a healthier diet may resolve these issues. You can help your children feel more energetic by offering them healthy snacks. Substitute fresh cherries, strawberries, blueberries and apples for potato chips and cookies. Allow your youngsters to help you when you make healthy snacks. Children love to use their creative ideas to invent appealing treats. If you are trying to find new ideas for healthy snacks, try the following recipes:

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