Dr Beecher’s July 20 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, July 20th, 2015 To download a copy of this newsletter, click here.   Mental Attitude: Bullied Teens at Risk for Depression Later in Life. Teens who are bullied appear to be at a higher risk for depression when they reach early adulthood when compared with their peers who […]

Dr Beecher’s May 25 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, May 25th, 2015 To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter , please click here! Mental Attitude: Leafy Greens May Protect Aging Brains. An evaluation of the eating habits and mental abilities of over 950 older adults revealed that eating a single serving of leafy green vegetables per day may […]

Dr Beecher’s March 30 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter , please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, March 30th, 2015 Mental Attitude: Loneliness & Depression Associated with TV Binge-Watching. A recent study has found that the more lonely and depressed a person is, the more likely he or she will binge-watch TV. Researchers say that […]

Dr Beecher’s May 12 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! Week of Monday, May 12th, 2014 Mental Attitude: Depression Common After Surviving Intensive Care. A new report reveals that one-third of patients experience depression after leaving intensive care. Researchers note that this depression typically expressed itself as physical rather than psychological symptoms such as weakness, appetite […]

Dr Beecher’s February 24 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, February 24th, 2014 Mental Attitude: Meditation Benefits. According to an analysis of 47 clinical trials involving over 3,500 patients, meditation offers benefits to people with depression, anxiety, and pain similar to antidepressant medications. The researchers behind the study also […]

Dr Beecher’s July 8 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, July 8th, 2013 Mental Attitude: The First Three Years and Aggression. Children who witnessed domestic violence before age three were more likely to show aggression when they reached grade school, even if they were removed from their home and […]

Dr Beecher’s June 2013 Monthly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Monthly Newsletter, please click here! “Never let the demands of tomorrow interfere with the pleasures and excitement of today.” ~ Meredith Wilson   Have you fallen prey to this “newlywed trap” that can SHORTEN YOUR LIFESPAN? Study Finds Marriage A Health Risk? The Two Things You Can Do To Be Happily […]

Dr Beecher’s June 10 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, June 10th, 2013 Mental Attitude: Depression and Dementia. Those with late-life depression are 1.85 times more likely to develop all-cause dementia, 1.65 times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, and 2.52 times more likely to develop vascular dementia. The […]

Dr Beecher’s May 2013 Monthly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Monthly Newsletter, please click here! “We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.”  ~ Anais Nin   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes alarming pain medication facts: “Deaths from prescription painkillers* have reached epidemic levels in the past decade. The number of overdose deaths […]

Dr Beecher’s April 1 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! Week of Monday, April 1st, 2013 Mental Attitude: Decreasing Depression Symptoms in Adolescents. Teenage students who received mindfulness training (a form of meditation therapy focused on exercising ‘attentiveness’) in school were almost half as likely to report depression related symptoms than their peers who received no […]