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Category Archives: Asthma

Nutritional Response Testing

Nutritional Response Testing is probably unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Whatever your health issues, from asthma to neck pain, your diet may be to blame. Here’s a brief overview of Nutritional Response Testing and what it can tell you about your overall health. The Principle We are all energy. Through Einstein’s famous equation we know […]

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Germs Are Seeds!

How come some people go from one cold to the next, getting all the bugs that “go around” and others don’t? It was this very question that prompted D. D. Palmer back in 1895 to pursue what we call chiropractic! A lot of people are fearful of germs. Since about the time the microscope was […]

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Chiropractic Care and Asthma

A report funded by the Australian Spinal Research Foundation suggests a link between chiropractic care and the reduction of symptoms experienced by asthma sufferers. According to Macquarie University researcher Dr. Ray Hayek, the study involved hundreds of people with asthma symptoms across Australia. “When an asthma sufferer is under the anxiety of a looming asthma […]

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How Full is Your Bucket?

One of the most common health complaints these days is allergies. It’s so common, in fact, many people don’t even recognize the many ways our bodies alert us to allergic reactions. Some of the common signs include: Sneezing Running nose Itchy eyes Sinus congestion Asthma Heartburn Skin rashes Acne Itching Weight gain Fluid retention Yet, […]

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Top Six Tips for a Healthy Valentine’s Day

So you’ve decided this is the year you’re going to do Valentine’s Day up right, and you want to know how to make the most of it without ending up in the hospital or on the eleven o’clock news. Here’s what you need to know: 1. Don’t go breaking my heart Romantic French restaurants, rich […]

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Food Allergies

You eat strawberries, you get hives. You eat shellfish, you vomit. Your child eats peanuts, and you better have an epi-pen handy for anaphylaxis – a severe food allergy reaction that can cause death. Food allergies affect approximately 6-8% of all children and 4% of adults. Thankfully, many children grow out of them as they […]

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Is Your House Too Clean?

Catchy title – but can your house ever be too clean? Although this might not usually be the case, especially if you have young children running you ragged all day, those who are “germophobic” might well fit in the “too clean” category! It’s hard to believe, but your house actually can be too clean! And […]

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Listening to Your Body

Many of us in the health care field have discovered the positive effects of biofeedback. This tool to enhance one’s “body awareness” can help with issues of chemical dependency, ADD/ADHD, chronic pain, migraine and tension headaches, incontinence, anxiety, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma and many other conditions. When it’s utilized in combination with chiropractic care, […]

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Asthma Cases Doubling

Why is that? Asthma now affects some 15 million Americans and according to some sources, those numbers are underestimated. A recent article on drkoop.com states that asthma is the most common of “chronic” childhood diseases. According to one article, there are two factors which play a part in whether you’re likely to suffer from asthma: […]

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Can Stress Cause Asthma?

We often think that stress affects us only in a psychological or emotional sense, so much so that we overlook the physical effects of stress that can be both progressive and debilitating. But stress can trigger headaches, hair loss, irregular heartbeat, sleep troubles, neck and back pain, allergies and even asthma. Many recent studies have […]

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