To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- Nutrition for the Athlete in All of Us
- Limber Up for Good Health
- You've Got to Move It or Lose It
- Don't Forget Your Daily Veggies
- Brush With a Purpose
- Don't Let Back Pain Knock You Down
- Obesity Hurts the Brain
- Strength Is Your Ally Against Type 2 Diabetes
- Knee OA: Focus on the Hip
- Prenatal Vitamins and Autism Risk
Eating a healthy diet assists with weight control, lowers disease risk and improves overall health, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. However, following the proper eating plan is more critical for athletes, according to Dr. Tim Bain, DC, CEO of B3 Medical – Sports Medicine and team chiropractor for the Tampa Bay Lightning. Sometimes, it can even keep them in the game.
Let's Explore the Science Behind Stretching
Physical Activity Leads to Chronic Pain
Get Ready to Plug Into the Power of Green
Why Flossing Your Teeth Is Actually Good for Your Heart
Have you missed work due to back pain? You're not alone, according to the American Chiropractic Association; back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed days of work. However, several studies suggest vitamin D can help combat the pain.
There's nothing good about obesity when it comes to your health, with research connecting the dots between excess weight and a laundry list of poor health consequences. The brain isn't immune from the perils of obesity, either, even if you're otherwise healthy.
Consistent exercise and sound nutrition are two of the proven hallmarks when it comes to preventing and managing diabetes. Let's take a look at the exercise side of the equation, particularly a new study that links strength with diabetes risk.
Knee osteoarthritis may make you hesitant to exercise, which is a big mistake. Certain exercises may actually help reduce symptoms.
The daily prenatal may reduce the risk of autism in children at higher-than-average risk for developing the condition.