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Three Keys to Getting Rid of Joint Pain

Thursday,January 5, 2017

Joint pain seems to be one of the inevitable consequences of aging. It doesn’t have to be. The reason joint pain is so common is inadequate nutrition to support the joint. The cartilage in our joints is not static. It is constantly breaking down and rebuilding throughout our lives. However, if there is inadequate nutritionRead more

Why Women Over 50 Put on Belly Fat ?

Monday,January 2, 2017

Simple answer.  It is usually hormones. That seems like a simplistic answer, and it is.  As with most things the Devil is in the details.  Which hormone or hormones? And that is where things get sticky.  There are at least 27 different hormones, and their levels can vary widely throughout the course of a day.Read more

New Allograft Procedure Can Eliminate the Need for Most Joint Replacement Surgery

Tuesday,December 13, 2016

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The new procedure, a prolozone enhanced allograft, can eliminate the need for many joint replacement surgeries by preserving and restoring joint function. Many people suffering from joint pain don’t realize there are nonsurgical options that are not only safer but also, in most cases, as effective as surgery. You may have heard of other injections such asRead more

Extended Sleep Reduces Risk of Diabetes

Wednesday,April 27, 2016

Diabetes New research demonstrates that extended sleep for two consecutive nights improves insulin sensitivity and decreases risk of diabetes by over 16%. How’d They Do That? A team of researchers at the University of Colorado studied the insulin sensitivity patterns of 19 young men to determine the how sleep affects the risk of developing diabetes.Read more

Psychological Factors May Help Predict Mortality Risk

Wednesday,April 27, 2016

Mortality Risk After analyzing 65 different variables gathered from nearly 30 years of data, researchers determined that self-assessment of own health and mental processing speed to be stronger predictors of mortality risk; these two variableswere stronger predictors than participation in unhealthy behavior and chronic medical conditions. How’d They Do That? Assessing data gathered from overRead more

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