Artificial EMFs vs. PEMF – Pulsed Electro Magnetic Therapy

During the 20th and 21st centuries, exposure to man-made electromagnetic fields has been steadily increasing, as a result of growing electricity demand, ever-advancing technologies, and changes in social behavior (like greater use of cells phones and social media). This has created ever-increasing artificial sources of electromagnetic fields. Now, in the age of cell phones, wireless…

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8 Habits for Optimal Breast Health

You may not know this but, you have more control over your breast cancer risk than you think, even if you have a family history of it.  Only 5 to 10 percent of breast cancers can be blamed on inherited gene mutations. While genetic predisposition is significant when present, it’s empowering to realize that the…

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Eat Better, Eat Together

Eating with your family and friends on a regular basis has been associated with improved social skills, better-eating habits, and fewer behavioral problems in teenagers. It is also helpful for reducing stress in adults. Every year, October serves as Eat Better, Eat Together Month. While the history of the day is unknown, it is meant…

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Secrets of Longevity of the Blue Zone People

In Dan Buettner’s book, The Blue Zones, he identified five places in the world where people lived to be 100 at ten times the average rate.  In the Blue Zone the health and fitness of the people in those areas was extremely outstanding and they live much longer and much healthier lives on into a…

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Long Term Effects of Childhood Bullying

Numerous studies have looked at what happens to kids that have been the victim of bullying. Some of these studies also look at the what happens to these children over a 50 year period of time. The mental and emotional trauma of bullying can have a lifetime of negative effects on a person. According to…

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Stress and Fatigue From Kindness?

Recently a patient came in with some physical challenges. Being a caregiver can be very rewarding. It can also be very stressful. With this stress comes a fatigue like no other. We are happy to help because we love or care for this person who is often a parent or other close relative. Taking care…

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Cold and Flu

The season is upon us and no matter where we go, we will hear the sniffing and coughing to prove it. It affects us all in some way, whether it’s someone we work with, a family member or we are feeling a bit run down ourselves. A cold usually has symptoms of a runny nose,…

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How Physical Pain is Linked to Emotions

I recall a patient that injured his back when he was a child.  His mother had been in the act of scolding him for climbing a tree when he fell from the tree and injured himself.  She lectured him, saying that he would not have been hurt if he had not disobeyed and had used…

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Why in Order to Get Well You Must Get Sicker

Many chiropractic patients have experienced retracing, but may not have known what to call it.  Retracing is the re-experience or re-awakening of old symptoms, including pain, memories and even emotions that your body moves through for more complete healing.   It’s not unusual for someone under chiropractic care to often exhibit symptoms which have not manifested…

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The Power of Forgiveness

Each of us faces our own obstacles in life. These obstacles often bring hurt feelings or feelings of injustice, or enduring bitterness. In order to help our mind and body heal, we must leave behind the feeling of hurt, bitterness or other negative feelings.  By following the steps of forgiveness taught by Morter Health System,…

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