Dr Beecher’s March 18 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, March 18th, 2013 Mental Attitude: When Stress Levels Get Too High. Too much stress can negatively affect the immune system, cardiovascular system, neuroendocrine system, and central nervous system. Untreated chronic (long- term) stress can lead to muscle pain, insomnia, […]

Dr. Beecher’s June 6th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, June 6th ,2011 Mental Attitude: Shorter Hours Please. If your workday averages 11 or more hours, you probably earn more than your 8-hour a day colleagues, but your risk of developing heart disease will be 67% higher! Researchers believe […]

Dr. Beecher’s May 30th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday, May 30th ,2011 Mental Attitude: Smile And Mean It! Customer-service workers who fake smile worsen their mood and withdraw from work, affecting their productivity. On the other hand, workers who smile as a result of cultivating positive thoughts – […]

Dr. Beecher’s May 23rd, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. Week of Monday, May 23rd, 2011 Mental Attitude: Exercise Your Mood. Regular exercise reduces symptoms of moderate depression and enhances psychological fitness. During exercise, plasma levels of endorphins increases in the body, which can have an effect on the psychological state. Endorphins are hormones in the […]

Dr. Beecher’s May 16th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS   UPDATE   Week of Monday, May 16th, 2011     Mental Attitude: Poor Eating Habits Can Cause Depression. The ingestion of trans-fats and saturated fats increase the risk of suffering depression, while ingesting olive oil appears to protect against depression. Participants with […]

Dr. Beecher’s May 2011 Monthly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Monthly Newsletter, please click here! VOLUME 11 ISSUE 5 In Good Hands   A Free Monthly Newsletter For The Friends and Patients of Ward Beecher DC   “Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” – E. E. Cummings […]

Dr. Beecher’s May 9th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS   UPDATE   Week of Monday, May 9th, 2011     Mental Attitude: Improved Memory? Scientists from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York increased the amount of the protein IGF-II in rats and found they showed significantly improved long term […]

Dr. Beecher’s May 2nd, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE   Week of Monday, May 2nd, 2011   Mental Attitude: Parents Can Help. Many studies show parenting under stress can negatively affect children. Parents who struggle financially, who suffer from depression, or who are single parents need extra support. In schools offering […]

Dr. Beecher’s April 25th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday,  April 25th, 2011   Mental Attitude: Risks For Quitting College. 40% of students in the US fail to get a bachelor’s degree within 6 years at the college where they began. Surprisingly, events such as a death in the […]

Dr. Beecher’s April 18th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday,  April 18th, 2011     Mental Attitude: A Positive Attitude Helps. Joint replacement patients who have a positive mindset prior to surgery are more likely to have better functional outcomes. Patients with poor pre-operative emotional health, poor coping skills, […]