Spotting Exploding Hearts

We know heart problems are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. That's why it is important to spot people who are at risk sooner, rather than later. One of the deadliest heart conditions is hardest to diagnose.

Multitasking is Multi-Distracting!

You might be one of the 59% of Americans that use your computer and TV at the same time. Studies show that “multi-taskers” who think they can successfully divide their attention between TV & computers prove to be driven to distraction.

Live Longer with Fewer Calories

Many have heard that restricting calories is good for your health and may also make you live longer. Most of the research that proved this has been done on animals, but not anymore!

Cigars, Cigarettes, Tiparillos, COPD?

All types of smoking is considered a major risk factor for developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but not all smokers develop COPD.

Do Adults Know They have Autism?

Autism is usually thought to be a disorder that affects children. And it does - possibly more than previously thought. But what about adults with autism spectrum disorder?

Mark Bans, D.C.

Mark Bans is a Chiropractic Physician and health care provider specializing in traditional chiropractic therapy. He has practiced Chiropractic since 1991 and believes in a holistic...

HIV Vaccine in the Works

A new observation of the relationship between the HIV virus and certain antibodies is very exciting news from the land down under.

Turn Off Obesity and Diabetes

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just turn off a gene in our body so that we don’t have to watch what we eat or exercise? Life would be so simple if only that were possible.

Interoffice Memo: Smoking Ban Reduces ER Visits

Much has been noted about cleaning houses for allergy and asthma attack prevention. Now workplace air quality is eyed as a way to further reduce the suffering of those with respiratory difficulties. 

Younger Men Benefit From Surgery

New research has suggested that older men diagnosed with prostate cancer may not need any treatment. Now, a 15-year study shows that surgery is the best option for men under the age of 65.


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