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Chinese Herbology: A Holistic Alternative to Pharmaceuticals
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Chinese Herbology: A Holistic Alternative to Pharmaceuticals

Herbs are all natural, having none of the harsh side effects associated with prescriptions meds. Could this be a better way to medicate? In a previous post, we introduced our Acupuncturist, Denise DuRoss, and described how her methods are complimentary to the modes of therapy we already use at In8Love Chiropractic. Today, Denise is back...

Women Wine and Wellness Part I
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Women Wine and Wellness Part I

Every year, we at In8Love Chiropractic host Women, Wine, and Wellness, a night of festivities dedicated to our favorite female clientele. Besides serving delicious nibbles and the aforementioned wine, we bring together experts on a variety of subjects that we believe will thoroughly enrich your lives. By empowering each other with the knowledge to take...

Why Chiropractic Might Be The Cure For Your “Pins and Needles”
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Why Chiropractic Might Be The Cure For Your “Pins and Needles”

Many people suffer tingling or numbness in their arms, legs, hands, and feet, which is often described as “pins and needles,” or thought of in terms of our extremities “going to sleep.” In fact, tingling and numbness in the limbs is the most common complaint—after back and neck pain—that I hear in my office. These...

How and Why to Use Essential Oils
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How and Why to Use Essential Oils

Have you ever smelled an aroma that simply stopped you in your tracks, making you pause and breathe it in deeply? Perhaps its fresh-baked cookies in your mother’s kitchen around the holidays, or orange blossoms blooming in spring. Scents can make us nostalgic for bygone times, or can remind us to engage more fully in...

Ever Heard of Cupping? Here’s Why You May Want to Give it a Try
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Ever Heard of Cupping? Here’s Why You May Want to Give it a Try

A few weeks ago, we introduced our new Acupuncturist, Denise DuRoss, and explained a bit about the benefits of using acupuncture therapy. Today Denise is back to talk about another kind of treatment that is a close companion to acupuncture, known as cupping. The earliest use of cupping recorded in China is from the famous...

Choosing the Right Backpack for Back To School
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Choosing the Right Backpack for Back To School

From elementary school through college, kids carry their whole lives around on their backs. After you pile school supplies, a lunch, binders and textbooks (which can weigh approximately 3.5 lbs each) into your child’s backpack, the load he or she is bearing can actually be dangerous. According to the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), about...

Why You Need a Posture Pillow NOW
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Why You Need a Posture Pillow NOW

Why You Need a Posture Pillow NOW You spend approximately one-third of your life in bed, so what you’re sleeping on is more important than many people realize. It follows logic that the five to eight (or more) hours a night you spend lying down can add up to immeasurable damage to your spine’s alignment...

Do You Know All There Is To Know About Vaccinations? Part I: Mercury
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Do You Know All There Is To Know About Vaccinations? Part I: Mercury

It can be argued that vaccines are one of the greatest developments of the 20th century; millions of lives are saved annually and several infectious diseases have been eliminated or eradicated completely. While there are no federal laws mandating vaccinations, all 50 states require them for children attending public schools, although they all allow for...

The Benefits of Bone Broth
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The Benefits of Bone Broth

by Dr. Tanya Reynolds, DC on Jun 2nd, 2017 The Benefits of Bone Broth One of today’s hottest health trends is actually a centuries-old tradition. Ancient cultures have long understood the many health benefits of bone broth—that it is a rich source of immunity-boosting nutrients delivered in an affordable, easy-to-prepare form. And chefs throughout history...

Why Playing Video Games is Ruining Your Health
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Why Playing Video Games is Ruining Your Health

by Dr. Tanya Reynolds, DC on Jun 29th, 2017 By the age of 21, the average young person has accumulated roughly 10,000 hours of gaming. There are currently more than half a billion people worldwide who play computer or video games for at least an hour a day, according to Jane McGonigal, PhD, game designer...

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