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Daily Health Update 03-31-2015 Dr. Rode Chiropractor in Poway CA 92064

  1. 1. For More Information on Back Pain, Neck Pain, Headaches, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Whiplash, and To Sign Up For Our Daily Health Update Emails, Go To: This information should not be substituted for medical or chiropractic advice. Any and all health care concerns, decisions, and actions must be done through the advice and counsel of a health care professional who is familiar with your updated medical history. www.Chiro-Trust.org DAILY HEALTH UPDATE Tuesday, March 31st , 2015 Courtesy of: Mental Attitude: Are Parents to Blame for Narcissistic Kids? If you want to avoid raising a narcissistic child, then the authors of a new study recommend not overvaluing your son or daughter. The researchers found the children whose parents described them as "more special than other children" and who "deserve something extra in life" scored higher on tests of narcissism. Study co-author Dr. Brad Bushman adds, "Children believe it when their parents tell them that they are more special than others. That may not be good for them or for society." Dr. Bushman and his colleagues recommend that parent training interventions could teach parents to express affection toward their children without telling them that they are better than others. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, March 2015 Health Alert: Nearly Two Out of 3 People with Invasive Cancer Are Surviving 5 Years or More. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that the overall five-year survival rate for patients following a cancer diagnosis is now just over 60%. While prostate and breast cancer -- the two most common body sites for cancer in the United States -- have high five-year survival rates (97% and 88%, respectively), there's significant room for improvement with lung cancer patients as their five-year survival rate is just 18%. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, March 2015 Diet: Vitamin B1 Deficiency May Affect from 1 in 6 to Nearly 1 in 3 Obese Adults. Between 15.5% and 29% of obese patients seeking bariatric surgery are thiamine (also known as vitamin B1) deficient. Though important for metabolism, nerve conduction, and muscle contraction, thiamine is not produced by the body and must be derived from food sources. Thiamine deficiency has been associated with weakness, fatigue, psychosis, and nerve damage. While obesity is thought to be a disease of excess nutrition, this finding suggests that it may also be a disease of malnutrition. Advances in Nutrition, March 2015 Exercise: How to Build a Fitness Support System. Staying motivated to achieve your health and fitness goals can be easier if you have a strong support system. The American Council on Exercise recommends communicating with a partner or loved one about your goals, finding an accountability buddy to encourage you, and connecting with others who are focused on improving their health. The American Council on Exercise, March 2015 Chiropractic: Advanced Diagnostic Imaging for Seniors with Back Pain? While most treatment guidelines generally advise against CT/MRI scans for younger adults with new onset back pain, guidelines for older adults allow for early imaging. However, it's unknown if this improves outcomes or possibly worsens them if such imaging leads to treatments that may have serious adverse effects. To find out, researchers followed 5,239 seniors for the year after their initial visit regarding back pain. Of the group, 349 received either a CT or MRI scan within six weeks of their first appointment. One year later, outcome assessments focused on measuring disability found that early advanced imaging was not associated with better treatment outcomes. JAMA, March 2015 Wellness/Prevention: Weight Loss Should Be Part of Cancer Prevention Strategies! Current research shows that obesity is associated with a higher risk for ovarian and endometrial cancers, as well as postmenopausal breast cancer in women. Though the precise mechanism behind the elevated risk for such cancers is unknown, it's suspected obesity-related changes to a woman's sex hormone levels, insulin resistance, and chronic inflammation may be to blame. Obese women are also at greater risk for cancer recurrence and mortality. Experts recommend that obese women adopt a healthier lifestyle as part of a cancer prevention strategy. Best Practice & Research, Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology, February 2015 Quote: “What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?” ~ George Eliot Kip Rode, D.C. (858) 391-1372 www.DrKipRodeBlog.com

Daily Health Update for Poway Chiropractor Dr. Rode of Rode Chiropractic in Poway CA 92064. We specialize in neck pain, headaches, whiplash and other ailements

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