DAILY HEALTH UPDATE: WEDNESDAY: SEPTEMBER 13, 2017: Courtesy of: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician

Chiropractor, Wellness_Nutrition, Prevention,Health, fitness, Health care, Mental Attitude
DAILY HEALTH UPDATE: TUESDAY: SEPTEMBER 12, 2017: Courtesy of: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician
September 12, 2017
Chiropractor, Wellness_Nutrition, Prevention,Health, fitness, Health care, Mental Attitude
DAILY HEALTH UPDATE: THURSDAY: SEPTEMBER 14, 2017: Courtesy of: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician
September 14, 2017
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Courtesy of: Dr. Frank Gomez, Chiropractic Physician & Sayville Immediate Chiropractic care


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“A positive attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events and outcomes. It is a catalyst and it sparks extraordinary results.” ~ Wade Boggs

Mental Attitude: Sleep Disturbances and Parkinson’s Disease. 
Japanese researchers report that Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients who experience either PD-related sleep problems, excessive daytime drowsiness, or probable REM sleep behavior disorder are more likely to exhibit postural instability and gait disturbances.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, August 2017

Health Alert: Many Babies Still Placed on Stomach to Sleep. 
Research in the early 1990s identified tummy-sleeping as a significant risk factor for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). As a result, the United States government launched the “Back to Sleep” campaign to encourage parents to put their babies to sleep lying face-up. A recent survey of 3,300 American mothers with babies between the ages of two and six months revealed that 77% usually put their babies on their backs to sleep; however, only 49% said they did this all the time. The findings reveal the need for improved education by healthcare providers, public health campaigns, and family members to convince parents to place infants on their back for sleeping.
Pediatrics, August 2017

Diet: Late-Night Snacking May Be Bad for Your Skin. 
Could eating late at night increase your skin’s vulnerability to UV damage? In a new animal study, researchers observed that when mice ate during an abnormal time of day, they experienced greater skin damage as a result of exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation than mice fed at normal times. More specifically, the researchers found that an enzyme called xeroderma pigmentosum group A, which normally helps to protect skin against UV damage, became less active in the daytime and more active at nighttime in the mice fed at abnormal hours. Study co-author Dr. Bogi Andersen writes, “It’s hard to translate these findings to humans at this point… But it’s fascinating to me that the skin would be sensitive to the timing of food intake.”
Cell Reports, August 2017

Exercise: More Active Seniors Are Less Likely to Fall. 
Among a group of 108 elderly patients, researchers found that a third suffered a fall in the previous year. Further analysis showed that those with lower levels of physical activity had a higher risk of falling than the more active participants.
Journal of Clinical Nursing, August 2017

Chiropractic: Low Recurrence of Back Pain One Year After Chiropractic Care. 
In this study, researchers followed 722 patients for one year after they received chiropractic treatment to relieve their lower back pain and found that only 13.4% of the participants experienced a recurrence of their back pain during the course of the study. Further analysis showed that the patients who had back pain the longest were those most likely to have a recurrence, which underscores the importance of seeking treatment sooner rather than later for one’s back pain.
Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics, July 2017

Wellness/Prevention: Annual Mammograms Starting at Age 40 Supported By New Study. 
Researchers estimate that annual screenings from 40 to 84 would save almost twice as many lives from breast cancer as biannual screenings from age 50 to 74—the current recommendation from the US Preventive Services Task Force.
Cancer, August 2017


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