Can Your Hair Color Cause You Cancer?

There’s a brand new report in the journal Carcinogenesis investigating the links between increased breast cancer risk and use of hair dyes, relaxers, straighteners, and conditioning creams containing cholesterol or placenta. “For black women, the use of dark shades of hair dye was linked to a 51% higher risk of breast cancer, and a 72% higher risk […]

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Eating and Exercise

In a society plagued with obesity and simultaneously concerned about body image, the key to perfect weight maintenance is akin to the fountain of youth.

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Are You A Guinea Pig?

According to Dr. Joseph Ross, the recently released study’s lead author and an associate professor of medicine and public health at Yale University, 1 in 3 medications released from 2001-2010 ended up with warnings about unexpected, sometimes life-threatening side effects or complications. During this time 222 new drugs hit the market after going through trials and […]

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How Miseducating Yourself Will KILL You

While in Yoga class last week I walked into a conversation between a younger gentleman and an older one.  The younger was talking about his back pain and how its not getting better.  The older told him that his chiropractor works wonders on his back and he should go to one.  The younger said “I […]

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Spring Cleaning

Its been a busy few days around the office.  I have been in practice for almost 10 years and in those 10 years it’s amazing what you collect.   While cleaning out a 2 drawer file cabinet I got to see all the articles, website and newspapers I had collected and it almost brought tears […]

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Having A Bad Day? Turn It Around By Doing These Things!

The verdict is out…stress is not good for you!  Sad reality is that we have stress every day. We are a society that has a very hard time getting away from it.  Scientifically your brain doesn’t know the difference between the stress of a lion chasing you for his dinner and the stress of a […]

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Do This Daily to Reduce Cancer

If I told you the risk of getting cancer can be reduced by up to 42 percent through a minimum amount of exercise a couple times per day, would you start exercising today? Unfortunately about 50 percent of Americans fail to get the recommended amount of physical activity. The step in the right direction comes […]

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Training the Brain

Hitting the gym or the streets for a workout has many physical benefits. What we are learning more and more is how much benefits it has for your brain health. In an article posted in an August issue of Time magazine, they showed the benefits of exercise and Alzheimer’s Disease. The article speaks about a […]

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