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  • Memories at Christmas

    No matter how stressful the food preparation or how difficult the relatives, remember the time you heard the bells on the sleigh. Remember the teeth marks in the carrot you left out for Santa’s reindeer, and how Santa always ate the piece of cake you placed for him on a saucer. Remember, how 1 year […]

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  • Water Exercise/Leg Lifts

    Stand in the pool next to the side wall with one hand on the edge Tighten your back and abdominal muscles and ensure your spine does not bend throughout this whole procedure Raise one straight leg slowly to the front as high as you are able to without pain or movement of the spine Lower […]

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  • Christmas Injuries

    Christmas Injuries can be a pain. The holidays are all fun and games until someone gets hurt. With all the hype and demands surrounding Christmas time, it’s no surprise that thousands of people are injured every year from falling off a ladder while stringing lights or cutting their finger while carving a turkey. With a […]

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  • Knee Pain

    Knee pain incidence is increasing with today’s active society. Knee pain has a wide variety of specific causes and treatments. The knee joint’s main function is to bend, straighten, and bear the weight of the body, along with the ankles and hips. The knee, more than just a simple hinged joint, however, also twists and […]

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  • LOL

    Not in an email, not on Twitter or Facebook, but really: laugh out loud. Whether you like watching Family Guy or Seinfeld reruns, if it gets you chuckling, it’s good for your heart. Research from the University of Maryland Medical Centre shows that laughter helps relieve the stress that damages the endothelium, the tissue that […]

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  • Referred Pain

    Referred pain is a subject that Chiropractors are routinely asked about. You might be experiencing what you assume are minor aches and pains. These could occur anywhere in multiple forms, from tingling pain down the arms or legs to soreness in the hips. Often, the source of these pains is the spine, even when the […]

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  • Upright leg Stretch

    Standing stretches can prep your body for more intense exercise. As part of your warm-up routine, these stretches will increase your heart rate faster than floor stretches. Try a leg-stretching exercise. 1. Stand facing a wall. Slowly lift your left foot and bring your heel to your buttock. 2. Grab hold of your left ankle […]

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  • Sleep and Mental Health

    Sleep and mental health are intimately linked. We all know that after a sleepless night we can feel a bit tired and irritable, but most of us can bounce back after a good night’s sleep. People who suffer from chronic sleep problems have more difficulty recognising and managing emotions, and are at double the risk […]

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  • Tailbone Pain

    Tailbone pain happens when there is an injury in the coccyx. This pain is also called coccyx pain. The tailbone or coccyx is located at the bottom part of the spinal column. It protrudes the most when you are sitting down. Falling is the most common way to sustain an injury to your tailbone. Many […]

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