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Men and Women Have More Choices With Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy
by Mary E. Miller-Wilson

Enjoy Life At Any Age!, Image: The aging process can be difficult to navigate. As we get older, hormone levels decline and we experience a loss of strength and mobility, decreased energy and brain function, decline in sex drive, and unpleasant...

A Pain in the Neck (or shoulder, or face, or ear!)
Headaches:, Image: Everyone gets pain now and then. Sometimes from stress, sometimes from injury or other causes. Physicians may offer pain meds, physical therapy or even...

Traumatic Stress and Insomnia, Image: images/HB-Files/2017/11/HBImage-Insomnia-201711-t.jpgSleep. We all need it. Without it, life can feel unmanageable. But for many Americans, getting adequate sleep can seem impossible. Research suggests that approximately 30% of...

Davison Chiropractor Announces Affiliation with Fibromyalgia Centers of AmericaDr. Stuart Swan, of Davison's Swan Chiropractic, is pleased to announce that they have been accepted and are now affiliated...

Light TherapyPhotons (light) switch on the body’s processes like an orchestra conductor bringing each individual instrument into collective sound. Cells respond to certain frequencies of light, prompting...

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