Eye-Opening Infographic Exposes The Harms of Fragrances in Personal Products

Eye-Opening Infographic Exposes The Harms of Fragrances in Personal Products

Few of us consider the safety of ingredients used in “ordinary” household products. But, this Infographic exposes just how harmful many deodorants and perfumes really are.

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How Exercise Can Reduce Your Risk of Developing Alzheimer's Disease

How Exercise Can Reduce Your Risk of Developing Alzheimer's Disease

When you exercise, endorphins are released into your bloodstream. The “feel-good” hormones can elevate your mood, which is why many people regularly exercise. However, a new study found that exercising also produces another hormone, one that may improve memory and protect against Alzheimer’s disease.

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Is Popping Your Own Back Bad?

Is Popping Your Own Back Bad?

Some of us have formed a habit of “cracking” or “popping” our own backs or necks. And some of us will actually get some temporarily relief from doing so. We often get asked the question:” Is cracking my back bad?”

The popping sound that one hears, or as we say in Chiropractic, an “audible release” is called cavitation. It is caused by the sudden release of gases (primarily nitrogen and carbon dioxide) from the joint fluids that surround each joint, when the joint space is suddenly increased.

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