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February, 2015 – Why Text-Neck is not a Thing

Why Blaming Your Phone for Your Neck Pain is Plain Wrong

March, 2014 – Core Exercises Key to Good Health, Balance, and Proficiency in Sports...

Ask the Docs Core Exercises Key to Good Health, Balance, and Proficiency in Sports & All Activities, Harvard Reports By Editor, HelpingYouCare.com What are "Core Exercises?" If...

September, 2014 – Sticking with Exercise for a Lifetime

Enjoyment is the Key to Sticking with Exercise for a Lifetime, New Book Advises

January, 2011 – Cholesterol: What Do The Numbers Mean?

Ask the Docs Cholesterol: What Do The Numbers Mean? By Heather Loguidice, ARNP   Let’s all let out a collective sigh of relief now that the holidays are...

May, 2014 – 3D Mammography

Using conventional mammography, about 10 - 15% of women are called back for additional imaging. Tomosynthesis reduces the need for many of these call backs...

Cracking the Code on Lightheaded Dizziness

Ask the Docs Cracking the Code on Lightheaded Dizziness By Dr. Jonathan Chung When people say that they feel dizzy, most people, even healthcare providers usually think...

April, 2011 – Insomnia

Ask the Docs Insomnia By Heather Loguidice, ARNP     Everyone, at one point in their lives, has experienced difficulty either falling asleep or staying asleep.  According to the...

How to Spot a Personal Injury Predator

Ask the Docs How to Spot a Personal Injury Predator By Dr. Jonathan Chung of Keystone Chiropractic Outline The famously dirty personal injury industry When profit leads...

Repercussions of Heavy Weight Lifting

Ask the Docs Repercussions of Heavy Weight Lifting By Dr. Randy Laurich Dr. Randy Laurich of The Wellness Experience discusses the repercussions that may happen when doing...

July, 2012 – Vaccines: They Just Aren’t for Kids

When we think about immunizations most of us assume they are for babies, children, and adolescents. Did you know that adults need vaccines, too? Unfortunately, studies show that health care professionals do a sub-optimal job of vaccinating their adult patients.