Oct 24/25th: Staying Stronger Longer

Dr. Anderson shares the surprisingly simple habits that keep you stronger longer, including the 20-year leap theory of health. This ...
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Cholesterol: Can It Go Too Low?

You raise an interesting question. Back in 1994, the American Heart Association Task Force on Cholesterol Issues put out a ...
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Pumpkin spice: The strange science behind your craving

We love pumpkin spice stuff (most of us). This type of spice has been used by people for thousands of ...
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Vitamin D Levels and Sleep Disturbance in Hemodialysis Patients

Probably the most important part of healthy living is getting good sleep.  Without it we will get diseases of all ...
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Osteogenic Loading Interview with Mike Baue – Podcast #67

In this episode I have a casual conversation about bone health and a company called OsteoStrong with Mike Baue.  They have ...
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Study: High Fat Saves Lives

Every so often a study comes out that breaks the convention. This month a large study of how diet effects ...
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Give Chronic Low Back Pain the Boot with Orthotics

Can't seem to get rid of that low back pain? Your chiropractor can help in multiple ways. In fact, a ...
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DEXA Scan for Bone Density or Body Composition

Dr. Anderson and his team use DEXA technology when needed to assess whole body bone density or regional problems.  A ...
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Coming Soon to a Hospital Near You

Not as far-fetched as you might think now that The Joint Commission, which currently evaluates and accredits more than 21,000 ...
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Poor Sleep Is Bad for Your Waistline

If you think you're getting a good night's sleep on a regular basis, you're either fooling yourself or in an ...
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Our Patients Speak: Diet Soda

Diet Soda is not good for you, most people know that. Our patient Brian just stopped drinking Diet and feels ...
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#66: The Great Eclipse: Interview with Dr. Jasper

Dr. Anderson discusses the Great American Eclipse with optometrist, Dr. Thomas Jasper. Check out this episode! ...
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#65: Scoliosis and My Talk to School Nurses

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The Digital Brain

Dr. Craig Anderson "The Digital Brain" Slides and Video describing the event. Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Building 33, Cafeteria at ...
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What Does Cholesterol Do Anyway?

I took an informal survey of my patients this week and asked the question, what does cholesterol do in our ...
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MRI Study Examines the Rate of Disc Fluid Loss Over an 8 Hour Day

Analysis of all 19 disc scans indicated an average gain of 10.6 % in disc volume overnight, as measured prior ...
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An Introduction to Wind-Up

By: Craig Anderson, D.C. Every once in a while I like to lift the veil of health sciences and talk ...
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Addictions and Chiropractic Care

Abstract Objective: This is a case study of a 63 year old male free base and crack cocaine addict who ...
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How Happiness Boosts the Immune System – Scientific American

He and his colleagues sampled blood from medical students, and found that during a stressful exam period, they had lower ...
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Chiropractic, Fever and Upper Respiratory Infections

“Research is revealing that there is a relationship between abnormalities in the spine, the nervous system and the immune response” ...
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Ear infection: improvement under chiropractic care

this study's data indicate that limitation of medical intervention and the addition of chiropractic care may decrease the symptoms of ...
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Exercise interventions for cognitive function in adults older than 50: a systematic review with meta-analysis | British Journal of Sports Medicine

When exercise prescription was examined, a duration of 45–60 min per session and at least moderate intensity, were associated with benefits ...
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Vagus Nerve Stimulation Dramatically Reduces Inflammation | Psychology Today

Inflammatory responses play a central role in the development and persistence of many diseases and can lead to debilitating chronic ...
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Chunking and Learning

Professor Barbara Oakley, co-instructor of Learning How To Learn — the largest course in the entire world in any subject — has this to ...
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The Steroid Masqusarding as a Vitamin

By: Dr. Craig Anderson Unlike any other vitamin, Vitamin D is produced when we are exposed to the sun. Just ...
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Vitamin D intake and incidence of multiple sclerosis

Vitamin D intake and incidence of multiple sclerosisK. L. Munger, MSc, S. M. Zhang, MD ScD, E. O’Reilly, MSc, M ...
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Obesity MRI Scan

What does obesity look like on MRI?  Notice the increased fat in the abdomen.  This increases blood pressure among many ...
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VIDEO: TMJ, Teeth, and Posture

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYicpg4MmYo ...
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Blood Pressure and Chiropractic

When you think about chiropractic you are probably thinking about low back pain or maybe headaches. You may be surprised ...
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Reduction in stress can be a migraine trigger

The weekend headache can happen the day after a stressful week. That is truly a slap in the face. The ...
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More than Low Back Care?

Far too many people still believe that chiropractic care isn't necessary unless they're suffering excruciating low back pain. The millions ...
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Top 10 Health Benefits of Chess

Often known as a game for the intellectually gifted, chess is the best sport to exercise the most important organ ...
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New Sleep Recommendations for Adults

Nearly 40% of Americans sleep fewer than six hours or more than eight hours per night, on average. Both of ...
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Debunking Water Myths: Weight Loss, Calorie Burn and More

"There is very little evidence that drinking water promotes weight loss; it is one of those self-perpetuating myths," said Beth ...
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