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https://www.nsca.com/education/articles/infographics/injury-prevention-in-youth-athletes/ Very useful infographic about ways to take care of yourself to prevent future injuries! This is especially relevant to student athletes who are ready to go back to school and start their seasons....
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Very interesting article about the dangers of extreme exercise. Make sure to listen to your body as you work out!...
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June is National Safety Month! Please take a look at the infographic below and help us raise awareness of preventable injuries and deaths....
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Can acupuncture help relieve the toxic side effects of chemotherapy? Below is an excerpt from a Q&A with a naturopath/acupuncturist at Providence Integrative Medicine Program. Q: I’m about to have chemotherapy, and a friend is encouraging me to get acupuncture...
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Experiencing back pain? Here are some proven exercises to help alleviate those nagging symptoms! http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/multimedia/back-pain/sls-20076265?s=1...
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Chronic migraines can be one of the most debilitating conditions to cope with. If you have not considered acupuncture for treatment, please do so! Here is a study that provides some insight into how acupuncture can help. http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/20/health/migraine-treatment-acupuncture-study/...
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Continuing on from our last blog post, if you find yourself sitting for long periods of time, make sure to stretch out to keep your muscles relaxed and limber. Even a couple of stretches throughout that day can help prevent...
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Really useful infographic about how much of an impact sitting has on our bodies. As the article suggests, “Don’t just sit there!” Try to pay attention to your sitting posture, and make sure you move around and stretch as frequently...
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Puberty is an important developmental stage for many reasons. From the ages of about 10 to 18 years of age, our bodies and brains grow and change significantly. Because of an increase in social and emotional pressure at this particular...
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As we wrap up April and Stress Awareness Month, for the sake of your health, well-being and wallet, I hope you’ve put your taxes behind you for another year and are starting to relax into the spring season and warmer...
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