Dos and Don’ts of Dealing with a Frozen Shoulder

Are you starting to notice that one or both of your shoulders is getting stiff and painful? Have you visited your doctor, only to be told that it's not arthritis but is actually a frozen shoulder? Here are a list of things that you should know about living with this condition: Don't assume that pain is inevitable as you age You may be inclined to think that a frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is a part of growing older and assume your only option is to live with your condition. Read More 

Chiropractic Care And Pregnancy: Three Benefits Of Prenatal Care

The human body is incredible. It heals, it grows, and it changes over time. During pregnancy, the female body undergoes some awe-inspiring chances as it prepares for the baby and childbirth. Although pregnancy is certainly exciting, it can be quite painful. Fortunately, there is a solution for many of the woes associated with pregnancy. Chiropractic care during pregnancy is a great way to reduce pain during pregnancy—but it does more than relieve pain. Read More 

2 Important Things to Do for a Senior Parent with Dementia

When your parent is diagnosed with dementia, you might feel relieved knowing that there is a medical explanation for why he or she is acting differently than usual, but this may also require taking some steps to help your parent keep living at home. Hiring home care services is a great way to help your parent keep some independence for a while, but here are two additional things you may want to do to help your parent. Read More 

5 Tips For Younger Looking Skin

When it comes to looking younger, this may be at the top of your to-do list as you get older. There is a variety of ways you can work towards maintaining your youthful appearance at any age. The key to accomplishing this goal is knowing what to do on a daily basis to aid you in looking younger than you actually are. Tip #1: Drink Water The body is largely composed of water. Read More 

Allergy Or Intolerance? Decoding Your Food Woes

Scientific researchers estimate that nearly 15 million Americans suffer from a food allergy. In fact, every 3 minutes someone is admitted to a hospital emergency room due to an allergic reaction to food. While these severe allergies are generally easy to identify, many people mistake food intolerance for food allergies. Here are some signs you can use to decode whether or not you are allergic, or merely intolerant, to certain foods in the future. Read More