Healthy Body

  • 50 Reasons to Exercise

  •   Healthy Spines, Happy Kids! Back to school is almost here.  It’s hard to believe – Michigan is still waiting for the dog days of summer!  Our kids still have a month of rest and relaxation, but parents can start preparing now to ensure their kids have a healthy “back” to school.  Here are the […]

  • “Have you ever walked in a store to buy sunscreen and been confused by the array of products…”  What’s most effective?  Why is one better than another?  This article breaks down everything you need to know when selecting sunscreen. Dr. Sisk’s favorite sunscreen is NuSkin’s SunRight 50. Protect Your Skin With SunRight

  • Brittle bones are an issue for women as they age.  A new study indicates that high levels of omega-3 fatty acids may help post-menopausal women reduce the risk of hip fractures. Read the findings HERE

  • Back pain in people 18 – 24 is on the rise, due in large part to the sedentary lifestyles they often lead.  Time on computers, laptops, tablets, and gaming contribute to back and neck related issues.  Click here to discover what you can do to stop the pain.

  • This post discusses: What allergies truly are How to address them And Why we suffer in the first place! The Whats, Hows, and Whys of those Sniffles, Sneezes, and Itchy Eyes by Dr. Lauren Beardsley

  • What to avoid and what to add to find those car keys!! http://suzycohen.com/articles/how-to-improve-memory/

  • We hear the term floating around – antioxidants.  We know they’re good for us.  We may even know which foods feed them to our bodies.  But, we may not know exactly what they are and why they’re important.  The Atlantic breaks it down into layperson’s terms.  Read on… http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2011/10/antioxidants-explained-why-these-compounds-are-so-important/24731

  • The Wellness Center of Plymouth has the most cutting edge antioxidant scanner available.  It measures your overall antioxidant health status, thus helping identify areas that need improvement.  The non-invasive measure of your carotenoid levels provides immediate feedback, empowering you to make lifestyle, nutritional, and supplement choices to impact overall health and wellness.  Check out this […]

  • Here’s a statement that might surprise you: “Chiropractic was more beneficial than placebo in reducing pain and more beneficial than either placebo or muscle relaxants” in patients with low back pain.  Read the full study entitled “Chiropractic Better than Muscle Relaxants for Back Pain”

  • There’s a direct correlation between our walking posture and the sciatic nerve.  Here’s how to reduce that pain:  http://www.spine-health.com/blog/how-your-walking-posture-affects-your-sciatic-nerve