“Virtually nothing is impossible in this world if you just put your mind to it and maintain a positive attitude.” ~Lou Holtz
Each October, the chiropractic profession celebrates National Chiropractic Health Month and offers the community important and relevant health-related information. This year, we’re supporting the 2015 theme, #PainFreeNation, along with the American Chiropractic Association and chiropractors across the nation.
The Painkiller Epidemic
You may have read or heard about the current drug crisis in the United States. Stories featured in Time Magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and all major publications, have grabbed Americans’ attention on what the CDC is calling “the worst drug epidemic in history.” Prescription pain medications are being prescribed, used and abused at an alarming rate. At the root of this epidemic is a lack of options for pain management and countless Americans who are suffering from chronic pain and being left with nothing but a prescription to mask the pain.
We’re here to change this.
This infographic, The Painkiller Epidemic: How Chiropractic Can Fix It, walks you through the stats and facts surrounding this issue and outlines chiropractic’s important role in solving the problem.
The war on cancer is a tragedy. Billions upon billions of dollars are being spent to develop and apply treatments that are invasive, expensive, painful, often mutilating, and in many cases of little benefit.
“Meanwhile, most of us are unknowingly increasing the probability of cancer with our every meal. The more I’ve learned about diet and cancer, the more stunned I’ve been at our ignorance of their close relationship. We do not have to quake helplessly in the face of cancer, ‘hoping’ to escape its clutches.
“We do not have to sit by passively, watching our loved ones succumb to this disease. We do not have to spend our life savings, undergoing painful and devastating treatments that do little or no good. We are blessed now with the knowledge, which enables us to make clear, life-giving choices. We need only make them in time.”
Diet for A New America
I think it is clear that the American diet is indicted as a cause of coronary heart disease. And it is pertinent, I think, to point out the same diet is now found guilty in terms of many forms of cancer: breast cancer, cancer of the colon, and others…
Nutritional Scientist from Harvard University
Meet Kid Natural
Join Kid Natural as he explores why Americans are largely unhelathy. Kid Natural is looking into food, exercise, medicine, spinal health, and lots of other subjects so he can cut down on heart disease, cancer, respiratory problems, and diabetes. Kid Natural wants to change the world for the better. Look for more Kid Natural videos at AmpLIFEied
October 16, 2014
The month of pink is upon us once again. As more and more people relate the color pink to breast cancer, they are duped into believing that any pink product will somehow help to fight breast cancer. Unfortunately, this is simply not true!
Did you know that most pink products sold this month, under the guise of supporting breast cancer research, actually do more to cause cancer than they do to prevent it? Instead of raising awareness of breast cancer this month with pink cancer-causing products, strive to actually prevent cancer. These pink anti-cancer foods are a great start.
Read the full article, Breast Cancer Awareness Month Causes Breast Cancer, for more great tips and tricks to effectively prevent breast cancer.
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It means becoming aware that attitudes and emotions influence our health. It means taking responsibility for our attitudes, and making the commitment to change the negative ones. No matter what attitudes our parents, friends, or associates influenced us with, or what our life experiences have been, we are still responsible for our own attitudes. We are the only ones who can change them. Blaming others gets us nowhere except into a rut. Taking personal responsibility for where we are in life is the first step toward improving our attitudes.”