Train Your Brain to Ditch Bad Habits and Form New, Better Ones

Train Your Brain to Ditch Bad Habits and Form New, Better Ones

Have you ever found yourself driving straight to work on the weekend, when you really meant to go to the store? Your mind learns to do certain things, like drive the same path from home to work, on autopilot to conserve energy. That’s great, unless you’re trying to break a habit that’s not serving you well! It is possible, however, to train your brain to ditch bad habits and form new, better ones.

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Healthy Recipe: Shitake Ginger Pho Noodle Soup

Healthy Recipe: Shitake Ginger Pho Noodle Soup

If you haven’t yet tried the warm, rich broth, pho, you’ve been missing out! This shitake ginger pho noodle soup is a warm, comforting broth filled with flavor. It’s a great immunity booster, and you can make easy substitutions to suit your taste or use up the greens you have on hand. The best part? It’s both delicious and a quick weeknight meal option.

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Chiropractic Shown to Help Infants Suffering from Failure to Thrive

Chiropractic Shown to Help Infants Suffering from Failure to Thrive

Recent research reported in the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic indicates that chiropractic care may help infants who are failing to thrive. The study followed a 3-month old who was delivered by C-section and was suffering from failure to thrive, colic, GER and acid reflux.

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Healthy Recipe: Gluten-Free Veggie Pizza

Healthy Recipe: Gluten-Free Veggie Pizza

Anyone who eats a gluten-free diet knows that baked goods and bread substitutes don’t always turn out quite right. They can be dense, dry or gummy. So it’s worth celebrating when you find a recipe that works! This gluten-free veggie pizza is bursting with flavor, and the crust is crispy and delicious.

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Is Homework Helping or Hurting Our Kids?

Is Homework Helping or Hurting Our Kids?

Kids spend their days at school learning. Then they come home and spend their evenings doing homework - even kindergartners! It seems like the extra work should be boosting grades or teaching non-academic skills like time management and perseverance. But is all that homework helping our hurting our kids?

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Is Your Nursing Posture Triggering a Stress Response?

Is Your Nursing Posture Triggering a Stress Response?

Parenting an infant is hard. Add hormones, sleepless nights, returning to work, and a busy family schedule to the mix, and it’s no wonder moms often feel stressed out and overwhelmed. But what if there’s another factor causing moms to feel tense? In this case, we’re looking specifically at the relationship between your nursing posture and how it could be triggering a stress response.

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Chiropractic as a Solution for Breastfeeding Difficulties

Chiropractic as a Solution for Breastfeeding Difficulties

Moms set out with the best of intentions, but when breastfeeding difficulties arise, they often give up early, because they can’t find the support or solutions they need to successfully continue. Chiropractor Jeanne Ohm suggests that chiropractic care may be the missing link.

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Moving Meditation During Pregnancy Calms Your Mind and Body

Moving Meditation During Pregnancy Calms Your Mind and Body

Walking is an excellent form of exercise at all stages of your pregnancy, and you may also find that walking gives you time to clear your head and calm your mind. You can take the benefits even further with a breath walk - a form of walking meditation.

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Chiropractic Provides Relief from Migraines and Chronic Pain

Chiropractic Provides Relief from Migraines and Chronic Pain

Recent research shows that people who suffer from chronic pain and migraines may find relief through chiropractic care. In the study, researchers followed a 52-year-old patient who had suffered from migraines and pain in her left arm and leg for over 20 years. Her pain was affecting her quality of life and sometimes sent her to the hospital for relief.

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Overcoming Your Fatherhood Fears

Overcoming Your Fatherhood Fears

As parents, we may have clear ideas of what our family life should look like. But how often has your life ended up exactly as you imagined it would? Probably not very often! You can let go of those preconceived ideas of what being a good father looks like, and accept the ups and downs of what your real life looks like.

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The Fourth Trimester: Planning for Your Postpartum Recovery

The Fourth Trimester: Planning for Your Postpartum Recovery

When you find out you’re pregnant, you spend months learning about your baby’s development and taking care of yourself to give your baby a great start in life. It’s an exciting time, whether it’s your first baby or your third. But have you stopped to consider the fourth trimester? It’s the period after your baby’s birth, when your body needs some gentle care to heal and recover from pregnancy and birth. This guide about the fourth trimester is here to help!

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Why Chiropractic Care is Essential in Pregnancy

Why Chiropractic Care is Essential in Pregnancy

Every expecting mom wants their baby’s delivery to be a joyful, safe experience. It’s what our bodies are made to do, yet not every birth is without complications. Fortunately, caring for your body in a way that supports a natural, healthy birth will make it more likely that your pregnancy will be more comfortable and your birthing experience will be a peaceful one.

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