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A drug-free way to treat headaches: Chiropractic Care

By Dr. George I. Traitses There is some good news when it comes to headaches. There are safe and effective natural solutions available to help reduce or eliminate the symptoms of various headache types. For example, chiropractic treatment is a highly sought-after alternative treatment for the debilitating effects associated with headaches. Headaches 101 Tension headaches: 

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Building a better you

By Dr. George I. Traitses When you’ve got a lot on the go, personal goals can get lost in the shuffle. Between work, kids, commuting, cooking and housework, sometimes it’s hard to find the time for your personal health and fitness.


Chiropractors can be part of the solution to building a better you. You may be 

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Women, stand up to obesity

By Dr. George I. Traitses Obesity is a significant health issue, particularly in the United States, and women are afflicted more than men, with nearly 40 percent classified as obese compared to 34 percent of their male counterparts. Fortunately, recent evidence suggests a simple suggestion may be great advice when it comes to fighting obesity: 

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Why breast-feeding is so good for your baby (and you)

By Dr. George I. Traitses Breast-feeding has made the national headlines of late, but not necessarily for the right reason; after all, the most important issue isn’t under what circumstances women should breast-feed (the when and where), but why. The answer, of course, is that ample evidence suggests breast-feeding is enormously beneficial to both mother 

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3 rules to improve your life

By Dr. George I. Traitses Desperate for solutions to your perpetual “life problem”? Life can feel like a constant struggle, even on the best of days, which can take a major toll on your emotional and physical health over time. What to do? For starters, follow these three simple rules and we’ll bet your outlook 

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Why it’s OK to ‘Just stand around’

By Dr. George I. Traitses In our never-ending quest to get our kids off the couch or out of the chairs they seem perpetually glued to, we might be serving a much higher purpose than merely advocating they “go do something.” An increasing body of research suggests the mere act of standing is a significant 

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Fight Father Time with exercise

What’s the secret to healthy aging? Dr. George I. Traitses We’re all fighting Father Time, but some of us are winning, at least in terms of productivity, function and quality of life. What’s the secret to healthy aging? You’ve heard it before and you’ll hear it again (until you start listening): exercise. In this case, 

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Take a stand against obesity

By Dr. George I. Traitses Obesity is raging out of control in Canada and worldwide, due in large part to processed foods, sedentary lifestyles and other factors that keep us in the fat-accumulating, rather than fat-burning, mode. But did you know there’s an easy way to get you started on the road to good health, 

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3 ways to shake the blues

By Dr. George I. Traitses Nutrition Depression is often associated with or made worse by poor eating habits; people who worry about their food choices or who gain weight as a result are less likely to feel good about themselves, which plants the seeds for poor self-esteem, anxiety and depression. Skipping meals, overeating and other 

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Is PMS bad for BP?

By Dr. George I. Traitses Some women experience only mild symptoms of premenstrual syndrome during their monthly cycle, while others experience moderate to severe symptoms. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) has a wide variety of symptoms, including mood swings, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression. It’s estimated that as many as 3 of every 4 

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