March, 2012

Dr Beecher’s March 26 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, March 26th, 2012     Mental Attitude: Standby Mode? When the metabolic energy supply to brain cells is low (such as in comatose patients, in babies with serious neurodevelopmental disorders, and for a short period in some babies born […]

Dr Beecher’s March 19 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, March 19th, 2012     Mental Attitude: Depression and Negative Peer Relationships At School. Often, the assumption is that problematic peer relationships drive depression; however, it was found that depression symptoms predicted negative peer relationships. No evidence was found […]

Dr Beecher’s March 12 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, March 12th, 2012 Mental Attitude: Facebook. Social networking is the #1 online activity, used by 1.2 billion people worldwide. Nearly one in 5 minutes online is spent on social networking websites, and 75% of that is on Facebook. Facebook […]

Dr Beecher’s March 2012 Monthly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Monthly Newsletter, please click here! “The absence of alternatives clears the mind marvelously.” ~ Henry Kissinger   More research points to Chiropratic care… Spinal Manipulation and Home Exercise Better Than Medication For Neck Pain? Research shows Chiropractic and light exercise might be best to relieve neck pain…   Also in this […]

Dr Beecher’s March 5 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, March 5th, 2012 Mental Attitude: Think About It… Smoking? In 2010, the number of dementia diagnoses around the world was estimated at 36 million with numbers increasing and predicted to double every 20 years. In a study of 6000+ […]