Parents with babies born “tongue-tied”—with tight or shortened connective tissue under the tongue—once had no options for their baby’s feeding difficulties and discomfort beyond physically cutting the tissue. This invasive procedure was not always effective, however.
A growing volume of literature is showing the reason for
Thermography of Idaho, now open in Meridian at 2484 North Stokesberry Place, Suite 150, is honoring all women, especially moms, by offering an introductory special during May’s Women’s Health Month.
Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), a non-invasive test of physiology, is a valuable screening procedure for
Family chiropractor and whole-body wellness specialist Dr. Collin Struble, DC, CME, offers a unique approach to chiropractic care at The Wellness Center of Boise.
Specializing in the light-force, precise Blair Upper Cervical chiropractic technique and extremity chiropractic adjustments, Struble focuses on getting to the root of
Swedish seniors that took coenzyme Q10 and selenium during a four-year study were still benefiting 12 years later with a reduced cardiovascular mortality risk of more than 40 percent. In the original study, Linköping University researchers gave 443 independently living seniors over 70 years old
Discover Their Secret Language
by April Thompson
While flowers are known to lean toward light, a growing body of research is demonstrating plants also respond to sounds and scents—and then herald the news to their neighbors. Far from being passive life forms, members of the plant kingdom
Walking, cycling, climbing stairs and other aerobic activities may improve brain function not only in older people, but also in younger folk, according to a Columbia University study published in Neurology. The study recruited 132 people between 20 and 67 years old that didn’t exercise
First-time mothers that practiced yoga beginning in the 30th week of pregnancy had fewer caesareans, fewer low-weight newborns, and milder and briefer labor pains. They were also less likely to require painkillers or labor inducement. The Mangalore, India, hospital study, published in The Journal of
Forty-eight percent of American adults have some form of cardiovascular disease, reported the American Heart Association (AHA) in its annual update. The increase is partly due to 2017 updated guidelines redefining high blood pressure as greater than 130/80 millimeters of mercury rather than 140/90, which
Simply changing a diet to include more fruit and vegetables can boost mental well-being, say British researchers from Leeds and York universities. Examining health data of 40,000 people, they concluded those that eat more produce have a better psychological state, and that eating just one
Japanese researchers interviewed 1,003 Tokyo women over 70 years old about which of 16 types of exercise they did, including dancing, calisthenics, jogging, golf, ball games, hiking, yoga, bicycling and tai chi. In eight years of follow-up, those that danced were 73 percent less likely