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Beat depression naturally!

04 Apr

Beat depression naturally Spring has sprung here in Oregon and we all know that means it’s time for the rain.  And though April showers bring May flowers, many people in the community get “down in the dumps” and “get in a funk” without knowing how to get out of the emotional rut.  At Hands On […]

FISH OIL MAY WARD OFF OBESITY-RELATED HEART DISEASE & DIABETES

01 Apr

A diet rich in omega-3 fats may protect obese people from heart disease and diabetes, according to an article in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers analyzed data from an analysis of 330 Yup’ik Eskimos in southwest Alaska, 70% of whom were overweight or obese. As expected, the researchers found that in participants with […]

VIDEO: CBS News reports – Adverse Drug Reaction

29 Mar

Copy and paste this link from CBS News into your web browser. ( http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=3249556n ) Watch the video and see how adverse drug reactions are finally starting to make it to the mainstream media to let people know what Chiropractors have been telling people for decades. Here at Hands On Chiropractic and Massage Dr. Hacmac […]

ALARMING NUMBER OF ADVERSE REACTIONS TO MEDICATIONS AMONG OLDER ADULTS

28 Mar

Adverse reactions to medications account for an alarming 1.1 million emergency room visits by older adults each year, according to a study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Nearly 8 in 10 of the hospital visits by older patients involved adverse reactions to just one medication they had taken. Central nervous […]

People with work-related low back pain are less likely to suffer reoccurance with chiropractic care compared to medical care.

25 Mar

WORK-RELATED LBP CHIROPRACTIC PATIENTS LESS LIKELY TO SUFFER REOCCURANCE, COMPARED WITH MEDICAL PATIENTS People with work-related low-back pain (LBP) are less likely to suffer disability recurrence if they are cared for by a chiropractor, compared with a physical therapist or medical physician. These findings are from a study published in the Journal of Occupational and […]

Yoga helps with degenerative discs!

24 Mar

Pracicing yoga over the long-term slashes the risk of degenerative disc disease (DDD). These findings were published in the European Spine Journal. According to the report, “this matched case–control study comprised 18 yoga instructors with teaching experience of more than 10 years and 18 non-yoga practicing asymptomatic individuals randomly selected from a health checkup database. […]

STUDY FINDS INFRARED SCANNING RELIABLE

23 Mar

Many chiropractors, like the doc’s at Hands On Chiropractic and Massage, use infrared scanners to determine paraspinal thermography and help detect vertebral subluxations. But are findings clinically reliable? Yes, say researchers Life University College of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia. The study, which was published by the Public Library of Science, compared the results of two […]