By MICHAEL BEHAR MAY 23, 2014 Mirela Mustacevic, who suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, had a nerve stimulator implanted as part of a medical trial. Her symptoms have lessened significantly.(Credit: Sarah Wong for The New York Times ) One morning in May 1998, Kevin Tracey converted a room in his lab at the Feinstein Institute for…

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My hope is someone out there will read this and change their minds about to the ingredients they are putting into their bodies. Sodas are so full of aspartame and bad sugars, and many people wonder why they can’t lose weight even though they are drink diet soda. Ironic term diet soda, nothing diet about…

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I must say I do agree with this list. It is mind boggling to think that future generations have a life expectancy less than their parents. Kind of sad and you would think that things would be getting better with all the advances we now enjoy. The greed by big chemical companies for more money…

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I believe that stretching especially as we get older is one of the single most important workouts we can do to ease muscle tension, relax and to promote overall joint health . This article by Chris Freytag offers some great advise on stretching. Enjoy. By Chris Freytag September 23, 2013 12:36 PM EDT Maybe you view…

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By ChiroTrust on March 11, 2014 Chiropractic adjustments are traditionally aimed at restoring function and reducing pain in various locations of the body, particularly spine-related complaints. The focus is on the neuro- (nerves), musculo- (muscles), -skeletal (bones and joints) system and their related ailments like neck, mid-back, low back, and pelvic area pain. The problem…

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