Join our fun summer challenge to encourage your kids to get outside, explore, exercise, read and do activities with their family and friends during the summer months!
Fall is finally in full swing and the leaves are looking beautiful! With the change in season comes the returning threat of “seasonal” illnesses like colds and the flu. Have you ever wondered why there is such a thing as “seasonal” illness? Why would viruses and bacteria only come around during the fall and winter months? They don’t – this is a MYTH!
Sharing great times and making everlasting family memories doesn’t have to cost a fortune! Simply getting together with no distractions is the first step to having fun together and making these great memories. Read on to see our favorite budget friendly family activities!
Here are a few simple tips to help you improve your posture and the effects of bad posture on your health!
Ear Infection and Chiropractic: A Success Story!
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Most people are surprised to find out that the first stress placed on a child’s neck and back is during the birthing process.
By breathing through the nose we solve the above problems, but most importantly we dramatically increase the body’s oxygenation. This happens because of the production of Nitric Oxide in the nasal passages that we inhale through the nose with each breath. This all important NO, aside from being a potent vasodilator that opens the arteries and veins, greatly improves the lungs’ capacity to utilize the oxygen in the air we breathe. Oxygen is the body’s most important nutrient, and this is why people with a wonderful diet of nutrient-dense vegetables might still find themselves with health problems—they’re failing to adequately obtain the nutrition of air!
“Ouch! My legs hurt, Mommy!” Have you ever had your child wake up in the middle of the night complaining of leg pains? Do you remember having them as a child? These are commonly referred to as “growing pains” and can be defined as recurrent leg pain in children ages 2-12 years.