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Ten days ago, the federal government released a huge data set detailing how it spent $77 billion in Medicare funds in 2012 to over 880,000 health care providers.
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I wrote this article to give you a brief overview of the benefits of chiropractic care, especially when compared to traditional forms of healthcare.
One day last January, Ariel Gonzalez was picking oranges in Okeechobee. The next, the 35-year old Mexican laborer was overcome by lower back pain from what would later be diagnosed as Stage 5 kidney disease.
You've heard of weekend warriors who go to the gym only on Saturdays and Sundays, then pay the price with backaches on Monday? There's a similar problem that can occur if you garden only on the weekend - we're calling it Weekend Weeder phenomenon.
From left, standing, midwife Maura Moss; League of Friends members Jean Highfield, Gill Barraclough, Pat and John Barran; midwife Rebecca Smith, infant feeding coordinator and parent education midwife.Susan Henderson, Seated from left student midwife Amber James, midwife Ellie Walker and maternity support worker Nicola Summers Mums-to-be on ... (more)
Italian Grand Prix dressage rider Silvia Rizzo is thrilled to be competing on the level again after years of being unbalanced.
Exe Chiropractic Clinic is based in central Exeter. We provide quality treatment for lower back pain, neck pain, headaches, and much more.
As people grow old they progressively lose muscle mass and strength. As a result, their ability to perform simple activities of daily living may be reduced.
I'm typing this after gulping down an Advil to try to treat an aching shoulder from lugging an overweight cat to the vet.
Achy back? You're not alone: back problems send more Americans to the doctor annually than nearly any other medical problem, according to a 2013 Mayo Clinic study.
"I don't know what cancer is supposed to feel like, but I definitely don't feel sick," she said with a smile and a little laugh.
Almost everyone will experience an episode of low back pain at some point in their lives.
One day last January, Ariel Gonzalez was picking oranges in Okeechobee. The next, the 35-year old Mexican laborer was overcome with lower back pain from what would later be diagnosed as Stage 5 kidney disease.
Dr. Mehmet Oz discussed natural, no-pill painkillers to treat chronic neck, back and shoulder pain on Wednesday's episode of the "Dr. Oz Show."