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How Chiropractic Care Has Helped Me: Introducing Brigadier General Becky Halstead

Posted on 05-27-2015

Retired Brigadier General Becky Halstead is no stranger to pain. She spent her entire adult life in the military, and was the first female graduate from West Point to become a general officer....

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Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Workplace: What the Statistics Tell Us

Posted on 05-20-2015

Musculoskeletal injuries in the workplace account for a full third of all cases of injury and illness that require days off from work in order to recuperate. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BL...

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Close-Up on Active Workstations

Posted on 05-14-2015

The health hazards inherent in sitting for hours at a time are becoming increasingly well documented, even if those hours are sandwiched between bouts of serious exercise. Long time periods sp...

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How Are Bones Made and How Do They Grow?

Posted on 05-06-2015

Each of the 206 bones in your body is constantly undergoing a process of breakdown and renewal, even if you have never suffered a broken bone in your life. Your entire skeleton is completely r...

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