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    Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. Researchers believe that fibromyalgia amplifies painful sensations by affecting the way your brain Read more
  • How to stay young class is TONIGHT
    April 27th  at 6 pm Lifetime Chiropractic Presents " How to stay young for the first 100 years."It's been a dream of civilizations since the dawn of time: If we can't Read more
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  • Anti-Inflammatory Diet- Can the foods you eat beat inflammation?
    The anti-inflammatory diet is an eating plan designed to prevent or reduce low-grade chronic inflammation, a key risk factor in a host of health problems and several major diseases. The Read more
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  • Tummy Trouble!!!
    Last week, a pediatrician referred a 14 month old little boy in for an evaluation. He has been diagnosed with “failure to thrive–unknown etiology”.  He had no appetite and cried Read more
  • Care enough to share
    Did you ever notice over the past few years that Administrative Professionals’ Day has become the “holiday of Choice” for your office personnel?  When you walk in the door on Read more
  • Help Raise Awareness of Breast Cancer
    Join us for ABCD’s annual celebration –  DATE WITH A PLATE – as we raise funds to support those affected by breast cancer. Founded and grounded in Milwaukee, ABCD offers free, Read more
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