Sneaky Ways to Eat Healthy

Fruit and vegetables–it can be an all-out war at meal time with kids and sometimes adults! You cook healthy dishes for the family and the children end up pushing it around their plates. The last thing you want to do is cook multiple meals for all the picky palates. But, you worry they aren’t getting…

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How Laser Therapy Can Heal

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Dr Clayton Roach and Chris McQuaid explain laser therapy, what it does, how it can heal nerves and reduce scar tissue and many other benefits of this non-evasive treatment. WATCH NOW

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ADHD: A Natural Approach

ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)–two acronyms that are used when discussing disruptive behavior in children. Of course, there’s also controversy as to whether these really are legitimate disorders or simply bad behaviors. Regardless of your position–disorder or not–it’s a good idea to research root cause(s) and treatment options before medicating.…

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What You Never Heard About Sugar

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Dr Roach explains new research regarding sugar and it’s effect on the body and possible cause of neurological conditions. WATCH NOW!

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Secret Weapon for Menstrual Cramps

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The monthly visit from Flo–don’t all women just love it? For many, the menstrual cycle is no big deal, comes and goes with little disruption and is mainly a non-event. For the rest, however, it can be a show stopper–seesawing emotions, bloating, cramps, lower back pain, and more than a couple of days of heavy…

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April is Here, Let’s Get in Gear!

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Dr Roach let’s you know what is happening in April and what you just can’t miss out on!

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Get Out of Bed Easily and Safely

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Dr Roach demonstrates the do’s and dont’s of sitting up and getting out of bed. WATCH NOW!

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There Could Be More To Your Balance Problem

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As we age, many things change, some more obvious than others–grey hair, spider veins and wrinkles being more visible than loss of hearing and eyesight, or impaired balance. A sporadic dizzy spell or misstep (as long as it doesn’t result in a fall) is probably not worth a second thought. However, if dizziness is present…

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Top 3 Ways to Improve Digestion

Between processed foods and fatty diets, sedentary lifestyles and stress, issues with digestion seem to be more prevalent these days. We accept occasional gas, constipation or diarrhea as a normal part of modern life. Honestly, though, we shouldn’t accept it as normal when many of the issues are preventable. Basically, digestion is the process that…

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The Twists and Turns of Whiplash

If you’ve ever been in a car accident, chances are you’ve experienced whiplash. What happens to the neck when you get whiplash? Whiplash is basically a neck strain–an injury to the muscles and ligaments in the neck and upper back. Typically it’s caused by being rear-ended in a car. The head moves suddenly, forward and…

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