Athletes And Their Well-Being With the NFL back in full swing, and celebrating their 100th season, we are taking this moment to look back at some of the greatest athletes the game has ever seen. Being an NFL player takes guts, strength, and a love for the game. What some people fail to realize is that it also takes the help of a good chiropractor. The following players swear by the holistic practice, and they all believe it has improved their overall game. Jerry Rice “Chiropractic made … [Read more...] about How Athletes Optimize Their Well-Being
Day in and day out, most of us go to work at a mundane job. This ends up taking up most of our time. We look forward to our weekends, and we’re ready to spend time relaxing and getting our minds off work. When payday hits, our moods immediately improve. We can’t wait to spend our money on whatever we want because we worked hard for it and deserve it. But before you run out and buy the latest smartphone, game console, or kitchen appliance, consider investing your money on … [Read more...] about Investing In Experiences
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: the centenarian population is on the rise, and between 2015 and 2050, we can expect to see it rise by 800 percent. People are living longer in a society that hasn’t prepared for the growing longevity rates. In order to be able to take care of these people, we need to make a more affordable system with a larger number of work task employees. Without anyone taking care of our aging country, how will we ever be able to accommodate them? What the Future … [Read more...] about Centenarians on the Rise
Animals and Their Longevity Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our own quest to live our 100 Year Lifestyle that we often forget to look at animals who have been at it for quite some time. That’s right; plenty of animals on this planet have lived longer than us and will continue to live on even after we’re gone. Some of them even date back to the time of the dinosaurs. See how these animals’ ways of life have helped them live for so long. Pink Cockatoo These birds stay pink … [Read more...] about And the Tortoise Won the Race
Happy Birthday! The chiropractic profession is booming as it celebrates its 124th birthday. Both the care and trust have become the first choice for millions of individuals, families, and athletes of all ages who line up for care. There are many reasons for this growth, including chiropractic’s timeless holistic principles, supportive research, and patient satisfaction. Additional factors also include the eye-opening challenges of our: aging population pediatrics athletic … [Read more...] about Booming Chiropractic Industry Celebrates 124th Birthday
If you enjoy sitting and watching the cars drive by, odds are that you see large number of Chevrolets, or Chevys. Chevrolet is one of the most popular and successful car brands in all of North America because of their durability, reliability, and American-made parts. The History of Chevrolet Founded in 1911 by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant, the famous car company is still going strong in today’s world. However, the different kinds of cars have undergone some major changes over the … [Read more...] about Chevrolet Celebrates 107 Years!
Your skin is the largest organ in your body and its first line of defense against external threats. The skin communicates with the brain via sensory receptors, nerves, and plays a significant role in nervous system function. According to the American Physiology Society, "The peripheral nervous system plays a pivotal role in skin homeostasis and disease," and "the central nervous system is directly or indirectly connected to skin function.” The sensory receptors in our skin receive messages … [Read more...] about The Nerve of Skin
The issues surrounding head injuries, including concussions, have never been a part of mainstream conversation more than right now. Concussions and neck injuries have reported in the pros and young athletes. Pee-wee and primary age athletic organizations have released new rules limiting contact during practices. Youth Soccer has changed their criteria for heading. Every athlete and parent is concerned about head injuries. Children's chances of sustaining chronic head and neck injuries rise … [Read more...] about Head Injuries from Sports