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May, 2013 – Slowdown in Health Care Spending

Slowdown in Health Care Spending May be Here to Stay, Harvard Studies Suggest

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...

Are Equestrians More Resilient?…

Ask the Docs Are Equestrians More Resilient to Concussive Injury Than Everyone Else? By Dr. Jonathan Chung Concussions, Balance, and the Equestrian Advantage Concussions are a hot topic...

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...

July, 2013 – Prostrate Cancer Screening

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men (behind skin cancer), and the second leading cause of cancer death in men. One in six men will be diagnosed in his lifetime.

Spinal Decompression

Ask the Docs Spinal Decompression By Dr. Randy Laurich of The Wellness Experience The DRX 9000 (Decompression Reduction Extraction) is a spinal decompression device designed to provide...

Listening to Your Body Too Much?

By Dr. Jonathon Chung, Keystone Chiropractic The Downside of Listening to Your Body Too Much Historically...

December, 2011 – Santa’s Not Perfect and Neither Are You

The time between Halloween and New Year’s is my favorite time of the year. I love the decorations, all of the delicious holiday food, the choosing and giving of holiday presents, and gathering with family and friends. With that said, it is also my most stressful time of the year.

July, 2010 – Vitamin D Deficiency

Ask the Docs Vitamin D Deficiency By Heather Loguidice, ARNP        Living in sunny South Florida, it is hard to believe that most of us are deficient...

March, 2015 – An Interview with My Daughter (Part One)

I wanted to know what questions children had about chiropractic care, so I decided to ask my daughter.