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Adverse Stress and Tension Can Distort How Your Body Functions Correcting Subluxations We Correct a serious for of nerve stress caused by distortions in your spine and body structure.  This stress is known as a Subluxation.  Subluxations can cause physical and mental/emotional malfunction.  They are often associated with loss of energy, pain, weakness and disease […]

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You’ve probably heard it, your friend is “gluten free.”  It seems like gluten free is the new diet craze, much like the Low Fat, Low Carb, Atkins, South Beach, diets of the past. And although gluten free may seem to be the next big “fad”,  I think that we are going to find that it […]

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Invisalign – Not Just for a Pretty Smile Anymore!

Invisalign is a virtually invisible solution, so you can smile confidently both during and after treatment.  By using a series of clear, removable aligners, Invisalign gradually moves your teeth toward the smile you’ve always wanted.  And, almost no one will know you’re wearing them unless you tell them. Many people believe that Invisalign is only […]

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At first glance, most people don’t see the connection between chiropractic care and pregnancy.  However, there are four stages in which having an optimally working nervous system and structural support help both mother and child: pre-conception, pregnancy, labor and birth and post delivery. More and more new parents are trusting the bodies innate wisdom. They […]

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Saturday, January 25th 2014  Race Supports Art, Science, Music Technology and PE for Local Students The Carmel Valley 5K Race Committee announced today that Kaiser Permanente is the new title sponsor of its annual 5K road race, which will be conducted on the Saturday January 25th 2014 at 8:00 am.  The Kaiser Permanente Carmel Valley 5K & […]

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Periodontal Disease May Play a Role in Pancreatic Cancer

Bacterial infections may play a role in triggering pancreatic cancer according to recent studies.  A growing number of studies suggest a role for infections – primarily of the stomach and GUMS – in pancreatic cancer.  The disease is a particularly deadly cancer, which the American Cancer society estimates will kill nearly 38,500 Americans in 2013. […]

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I don’t know about you, but I’m at the age where I’m considering different anti-aging skin products, and am always looking for ways to stay young, fresh, and healthy.  This month I’m stopping to ask myself what is so bad about aging? Instead of trying to beat it, we should embrace it! Healthy Aging Month […]

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I know!  I’m from the Midwest – Indiana to be exact.  Whenever I go home for a week, I pretty much have to resign myself to a 3-5 pound weight gain. HUH????  3-5 pounds in a week? Yep, my family loves food!  Our social events always revolve around a meal!  We no sooner leave the […]

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With the abundance of spas and salons around North County, natural and toxin-free treatments have become a significant and important trend.  While pampering is a relaxing activity that we love to indulge in, it is necessary to make sure that the services we receive are organic, non-toxic and exclude harsh chemicals. We found the ultimate […]

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Have you ever noticed that Europeans tend to be much slimmer than Americans as a general rule?  If you walk around Europe, you rarely see a European that is overweight. There are a number of reasons for this, but here is the biggest factor in our weight struggles. First – in Europe, everyone pretty much […]

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Have you gotten the bikini body YOU wanted this year?  It seems that every year, most women in San Diego make the resolution to lose weight!  One of the biggest factors in weight loss is your metabolism.  Although your metabolism may be a variable that you don’t think you can control, that isn’t entirely true! […]

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Posture is a window into the condition of the nervous system.  It reveals how the body is adapting to stress.  Common examples include uncorrected physical stresses for the birth process, childhood sports injuries, car accidents and even unresolved emotional pressures.  As a result of these and other stresses, our bodies assume a defensive, protective posture. […]

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