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If you have not considered a visit to a chiropractor, make an appointment. Learn a little about how to prepare for the visit, and what to expect.

Self-Employed? 3 Tips on Health Insurance Coverage

18 February 2015
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you are a self-employed person, like the 42 million people in the United States who can identify as such, you will need to understand that you are responsible for your finding health care. This is new for many people, because they are used to getting health insurance through their employer. Because of this, you will need to be sure that you're able to find a plan and understand the best ways to go about it. Read More …

Be Health-Wise: 2 Ways To Prepare For Your Laser Surgery

18 February 2015
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Laser surgery is no different from regular surgery and should be treated with care. First, you need to make sure you listen to your laser surgery specialist and all of his or her recommendations. Second, you can consider the following 2 tips to make sure your surgery is a success. 1. Watch Out For Blood Thinners You have probably heard of blood thinners, and chances are your laser surgery specialist told you to stay away from them. Read More …

How To Wear Make-Up With Eyeglasses

18 February 2015
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

It may not be anything that you think of when you first get your prescription for eyeglasses. You've worn make-up a certain way for a period of time, so why would you have to change just because you have glasses? Your glasses are going to make your make-up look more pronounced, so you want it to be as flawless as possible. See below for some make-up tips to wear with your new eyeglasses. Read More …

How To Deal With The Pain Of Plantar Fasciitis

18 February 2015
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Plantar fasciitis is a painful foot condition that results when you stress or injure the band of tissue along the bottom of your foot that connects your toes to your heel. The pain is often worse after you've been resting for a prolonged period. When you get out of bed in the morning, you may be barely able to walk. Bu,t as you use your foot and the tissues loosen up, the pain tends to diminish. Read More …

You’ve Lost The Weight—Now What?

18 February 2015
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

You have fought the battle against obesity and won. While you were once overweight and unhealthy, you worked hard and changed your entire life to get yourself to the weight and size you always wanted to be. However, now that you are at your ideal weight, you notice that the effects of your previous obesity still linger. You may find yourself with excess skin, sagging breasts, or other physical remnants that you could do without in your new, non-obese life. Read More …

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Back Pain: Easing the Symptoms

Only people who live with constant back pain will understand how my days tend to go. On days when the pain is slight, I can manage pretty well. When it flares up, there is no such thing as a comfortable position. Fortunately, I have found ways to help ease the pain and keep going. A friend recommended that I see a chiropractor. While skeptical, I did find that having an adjustment twice a week does help. I tend to rely less on pain medication than I did before, and there are days when I feel almost normal. If you have not considered a visit to a chiropractor, I suggest that you make an appointment. Let me tell you a little about how to prepare for the visit, and what to expect. You may find that those visits end up making your days much more pleasant.

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