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Hello to all!

We hope that everyone is keeping well. Please note that the hours for the clinic during the festive holiday season will be:

Dec. 23 (Friday) - 9am -1pm and 2pm - 6 pm
Dec. 24 (Saturday) - 9am - 1pm
Dec. 25 - 29 (Sunday-Thursday) - Closed
Dec. 30 - Dec. 31 (Friday- Saturday) - Normal Hours
Jan. 1- Jan. 3 (Sunday-Monday) - Closed
Jan. 3 - (Tuesday) Return to Normal Hours

Remember as your starting your Christmas shopping that we have massage gift certificates that you can buy at the front desk for that friend or family member.

Enjoy this month's newsletter and see you soon,

Yours in health,

Spineguys!

High-Fiber Breakfast Helps Girls Maintain Healthy Weight

For decades, doctors have stressed the importance of having a healthy, nutritious breakfast each morning. This is especially important for children, as a good breakfast provides nutritional benefits, establishes good eating patterns, and can lead to improvements in learning and thinking skills. A new study has found that eating regular breakfasts consisting of high-fiber foods such as cereal not only gives children plenty of vitamins and minerals; it also helps them maintain their weight during adolescence.
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"Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great."

Mark Twain

Exercise a Key Component to Avoiding Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is one of the world's most common chronic diseases. It affects one-third of all women over age 50 (making it more common than breast cancer), and one in five men (making it more common than prostate cancer). A new report released by the International Osteoporosis Foundation examines some of the causes behind osteoporosis, and offers several suggestions for people of all ages on how to avoid the condition later in life.
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Depression Improved with Chiropractic, Research Shows

A research study published in the November 7, 2005 issue of the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, showed a positive result in the care of individuals with depression. For the purpose of this study subjects were selected on the basis of being over 18 years of age and having depression noted in their medical history file. Fifteen participants completed the study and were used in determining the results.
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Your Health Matters - Eating Your Way to More Energy

How and what you eat, among other factors, determines how energetic you feel. Try these simple tips to help maximize your energy throughout the day. You may be surprised how much better you feel!
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