Medication and Side Effects

Your Husband Really Can’t Smell That, And How To Ensure He Doesn’t Get Alzheimer’s

A recent article published in the journal PLOS ONE indicates that women may have a better sense of smell than men due to having more cells dedicated in their olfactory bulb. The olfactory bulb is the region of the brain that is first involved in smelling something. When an odor first hits your nose, aroma […]

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Cholesterol Lowering Medications: Worth The Cost?

Cholesterol problems are a frequent finding on blood tests. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s cholesterol facts estimates that 71 million American adults have high cholesterol. That is just under 34% of the American population! The most commonly prescribed treatment to elevated cholesterol, is a statin medication. Statin medications work  by preventing the enzyme, HMG-CoA reductase, […]

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Statin-Induced Side Effects: Are You In Pain?

As a Chiropractor, many patients come into the office looking for pain relief. As a general rule, we tend to do a pretty good job when it comes to pain relief (even though my opinion is possibly probably a little biased). Nevertheless, not all of our patients respond the usually effective results that we are […]

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