Month: January 2020

Poor Memory

One of the most concerning public health challenges we face today is that of cognitive decline. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, deaths from Alzheimer’s haveincreased 145% since the year 2000, 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or anotherdisease, and it is estimated to have cost the nation $290 billion in 2019.  Think about that just …

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Osteoarthritis: Falling Apart at the Seams

Arthritis is one of many degenerative diseases today that are increasing at alarming rates. We are literally falling apart at the seams! There are 3 types of arthritis: Osteo-Arthritis (OA) (commonly referred to as the “wear and tear” arthritis), Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), the auto-immune type, and Ankylosing Spondlylitis (AS), primarily spinal arthritis, causing bone fusion. …

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The Complex Health Picture

Withever-increasing complexity in life, we learn to compartmentalize our life in anattempt to bring order to chaos. We have our spiritual life, family life, worklife, social life, animal/pet life, recreational life and our health. Ourhealth gets further compartmentalized into food, exercise, stress-relief,sleep, hydration, energy and disease-management. The disease-management is evenfurther compartmentalized, or fractionalized, to all …

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