1. Remedies for Chronic Pain

    Pain is a natural part of life and nearly everyone has experienced pain as a result of injury or illness. However, long-term pain, known as chronic pain, is a disorder and often requires medical treatment. Various estimates of chronic pain suggest that approximately 20 to 40% of adult individuals in…Read More

  2. Post-Concussion Nutrition Healing

    Concussions are traumatic brain injuries caused by any sufficiently hard blow to the head. The rapid movement of the brain can cause the neurons to tear and brain tissues to change shape, which can damage the brain cells. While concussions can cause immediate symptoms, such as a temporary loss of co…Read More

  3. Healthier Arteries

    Since the arteries are the largest of all the blood vessels, they do the heavy lifting of bringing blood to and from the heart and carrying it to the smaller blood vessels. The vascular system is composed of two independent pathways (Cardiopulmonary and Systemic) that work together to bring blood to…Read More

  4. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (2020-2025)

    The Dietary Guidelines for Americans is a document that is updated every five years and released in partnership by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The document provides nutritional information and recommendations for all Americans…Read More

  5. Immunodeficiency: Compromised Immune System

    The immune system’s job is to protect us from infections by warding off harmful microbes like bacteria and viruses. It can also recognize and respond to unhealthy or abnormal cells, such as those that have been affected by infection or cancer. Immunodeficiency, the term used to describe the state …Read More

  6. Improving Your Muscular Endurance

    Muscular endurance refers to the ability of a muscle to exert force for a consistent and repeatedly for over a period of time. When most people think of muscular endurance, they think of it as stamina. The muscles have to have an advanced level of endurance to avoid injury or extreme fatigue. By doi…Read More

  7. The Best and Worst Sleeping Position for Your Spine

    If you’ve ever woken up with a tingling arm or achy neck, you’ve experienced the negative effects of sleeping in the wrong position. The key is alignment: When you sleep with your spine in a neutral position, it reduces the strain on your back and neck. It also helps to sleep on a firm surface. …Read More

  8. Water Workout for Back Pain

    Since back pain is often the result of having weak back muscles, many professionals recommend the combination of exercise and therapy in order to relieve the pain. One of the best ways to exercise without straining your joints, etc. is by doing water workouts. A water workout is a low-impact exercis…Read More

  9. Importance of Stretching

    Stretching is a great preventive measure for different injuries and helps to maintain an anti-aging effect on the body. Many patients/ athletes are able to avoid back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, etc. by incorporating a quality stretching routine in their daily lives. The reason why stretching ca…Read More

  10. Benefits of Physical Activities

    Since the beginning of last year, more people have been working and learning from home than ever before. Due to this exponential growth, those staying at home are becoming sedentary and getting out of shape. Everyone should still try to be active in these times because being cooped up all day workin…Read More