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According to a recent double blind study that was published in the Journal of Hypertension, Atlas re-alignments helped normalize blood pressure. The blood pressure changes were equivalent to what would be expected, utilizing two hypertensive medications. Get a consulatation with Barone Spinal Care & Performance to se if your Atlas is out of Aligment.

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Obesity - Back to Health Radio 3/12/11

  • According to WHO, currently 1 billion adults worldwide are overweight and less than 300 million of them are clinically obese. Many researchers have proven that obesity brings huge risks of chronic diseases; they may include hypertension, Type II Diabetes, stroke, cardiovascular diseases and others. Some major and dangerous forms of cancer are also associated with Obesity.
  • The major reason of obesity is the food of restaurants; it has been declared that 35% of our daily caloric intake comes from the restaurant food.
  • According to some estimates, Airlines are spending $275 million on 350 million additional gallons of fuel in 2000, and, do you know why? Yes this is because of obesity- airlines are increasing the fuel just to compensate the extra weight of the passengers.

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Feb192011

Depression - Back to Health Radio 2/19/11

Pre-schoolers are the fastest-growing market for antidepressants. At least four percent of preschoolers (over a million) are clinically depressed. Depression will be the second largest killer after heart disease by 2020, and studies show depression is a contributory factor to fatal coronary disease. Depression results in more absenteeism than almost any other physical disorder and costs employers more than US$51 billion per year in absenteeism and lost productivity, not including high medical and pharmaceutical bills. Don’t let this be you!

Depression - Back to Health Radio 2/19/11