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What You Assumed About Weight Loss and Exercise May Be Wrong

Source: New York Times; September 12, 2006 A Duke University Medical Center report on the various factors that affect weight loss points to vigorous, sustained exercise as a key factor. Estimates for the benefits of milder forms of exercise, such as a one-mile walk...

Muskego Chiropractor: Tomatoes and Vascular Disease

Tomatoes, the most widely produced fruit in the world, contain a nutrient which could prevent the onset of vascular diseases. The compound, 9-oxo-octadecadienoic, was found to have anti-dyslipidemic affects. Dyslipidemia is a condition caused by an abnormal amount of...

Muskego Chiropractor: Jet Lag and Your Brain

The holiday season brings lots of travel — visiting family and friends, taking vacations. If you have ever traveled and experienced jet lag, you know that you can feel that you are just not quite fully functioning (particularly when traveling east) when you...