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  • Bright Is Best for Veggies
    Sure, green vegetables are nutritional powerhouses. But don’t neglect their red, orange, purple and yellow cousins. Bright is beautiful when it comes to vegetables: particularly if your optimal-health goal includes Read more
  • The Latest Research on Exercise and Depression
    Research shows that exercise is extremely effective in combating depression. And it’s effective no matter who you are or how you exercise. Research results reveal that: 1) almost all types Read more
  • Psychological Factors and Back Pain
    Every morning it’s the same thing. As soon as Joe’s feet touch the floor, the pain in his lower back starts up just where it left off the day before. Read more
  • 10-Week Jump-Start Wellness Plan: Part Two
    Welcome to Part Two of Dr. Peters’s revolutionary wellness plan. If you’ve followed along with the first half of the program and completed each week’s challenges, you’ve undoubtedly noticed dramatic Read more
  • 10-Week Jump-Start Wellness Plan: Part One
    For the next 10 weeks, Dr. Peters will guide patients through a unique and highly effective approach to getting — and staying — healthy. Achieving optimal health is an ongoing Read more
  • Drug-Free Approaches to Headache Prevention
    Do you suffer from headaches? Dr. Peters wants you to know that relief is possible, without resorting to hazardous medications. Read on to learn winning all-natural solutions to head pain Read more
  • Why to Get a Chiropractic Evaluation After a Motor Vehicle Collision
    If you’ve ever been in a fender bender, you were probably more concerned about damage to your car than damage to your body. After all, the airbags didn’t deploy and you Read more
  • Eat Smart for Healthy Weight This Year
    Do you want to make 2019 the year you finally kiss excess weight goodbye? You’re not alone — losing weight is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. With rates Read more
  • Is Screen Time a Hazard to Your Health?
    Television, video games and Internet browsing are how many adults and children pass their free time. But what does screen time do for our health? Plenty, and it’s not good, Read more
  • The Ideal Solution for Low-Back Pain
    Back pain is a common health complaint, second only to upper respiratory infections as a reason to seek help from a health-care provider. It is also culpable for more days Read more
  • Think Twice About Antibiotics
    When you have a respiratory infection, do you surreptitiously check your tissue to see what color your phlegm is? You’re not alone. It’s a commonly held belief that light-colored or Read more
  • Building Bone Strength Naturally
    Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones, leaving them susceptible to fracture. In the US, about 8 million women and 2 million men have osteoporosis. Millions more have low bone Read more
  • Conditions That May Be Caused by Upper Neck Injuries
    Spinal trauma, specifically to the neck, can be caused by any traumatic event — a fall, car or motorcycle collision, sport’s injury or bicycle accident.   Regardless of the source, spinal Read more
  • Chiropractic: Not Just for Back Pain
    Did you know that chiropractic is not just for relief from back pain? In fact, many of the doctor’s patients do not suffer from the disorders typically associated with chiropractic, Read more
  • Preventing Heartburn Naturally
    There has been an influx of ads pitching heartburn relief drugs recently. The ads make heartburn seem like a simple problem with a simple solution. But medication is never a Read more
  • Stress and Health
    Let’s face it: Stress is a part of daily life. For many, a jam-packed schedule seems like a normal, essential part of a productive life.  If you’re like most people, Read more