The researchers, including Dr. Loren Fishman of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, NY, publish their findings in the journal Global Advances in Health and Medicine.
Scoliosis – a condition in which the spine curves to the side – affects around 6 million people in the US and is accountable for more than 600,000 doctor visits each year. Although scoliosis can affect all age groups, onset is most common between the ages of 10-15. Continue reading
By Lisa Hampton, MS
Founder and CEO
Our lifestyles have gotten so busy and we have become experts at multi-tasking but there’s often a price to pay. And that price, unfortunately, is our health —
“So many people spend their health gaining wealth, and then have to spend
their wealth to regain their health.” A.J. Reb Materi, Our Family
Being physically active has numerous benefits that affect our health, including lowering blood pressure, reducing the risks of cancers and heart disease, and increasing muscular strength and flexibility. Few make exercise a priority and for those who do, it is often rushed and just one more thing to fit into our busy day. I’d like to offer you an alternative. Continue reading