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How We Can Better Protect Our Servicemen From Blast Injury

In every war, the wounded far outnumber those killed. Brain injuries are among the most common injuries in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since 2000, nearly 380,000 service members have suffered traumatic brain injury, also known as TBI.

May 28th, 2018
What You Should Know About Chronic Narcotic Use

Narcotic use can make you feel good -- at first. But chronic narcotic use can lead to a downward spiral of both physical and emotional health. Learn what long-term narcotic use can do to your brain and body and how to get help.

Mar 22nd, 2018
What is Hormone Dysfunction Syndrome?

The chronic hormonal imbalance of Hormone Dysfunction Syndrome can diminish your health and quality of life. If you’ve ever experienced a head injury, you could be unknowingly suffering from this condition. Learn the signs so you can get relief.

Apr 25th, 2018
The Link Between Head Injuries and Degenerative Brain Disease

Getting knocked in the head, either as a result of a car accident, sports injury, or fall can make you feel confused, dizzy, and nauseous. Depending on how hard your brain gets knocked against your skull, you may also experience a headache, blurred vision

Mar 7th, 2018
Lifestyle Changes that Can Help Your PCOS

If you’re looking for a solution for your PCOS, it’s hard to know where to start. We believe that one of the best places is at home. Here are some lifestyle remedies that deliver great results when it comes to dealing with PCOS.

Feb 5th, 2018
How to Optimize Your Health for a Long Life

Many people visit their doctor only when they’re not feeling well. While treatment for illness is, of course, important, your doctor has far more to offer to keep you healthy.

Sep 25th, 2017