While the underlying mechanisms are not yet understood, the current evidence suggests a link between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and elevated triglyceride and cholesterol levels.
Internal Medicine (Czech), November 2018Continue Reading →
In a study that involved 120 patients with a temporomandibular disorder (TMD), researchers found that participants with neck pain exhibited a higher number of active trigger points in the masticatory and cervical muscles, greater forward head posture, and more severe degenerative changes in the cervical spine than TMD patients without neck pain. The findings reveal the role of cervical spine health and posture in relation to TMD. Doctors of chiropractic are well versed in the treatment of the cervical degeneration, ...Continue Reading →
Surveys completed by nearly 25,000 middle schoolers revealed that those who spent more time engaged in physical activity and less time interacting with electronic devices scored higher on quality of life assessments than kids who spent more time with screens and less time moving their bodies.
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Seeing pictures of food with calorie information appears to change the way the brain responds to food. In this study, researchers recruited 42 undergraduate students to view food images with and without calorie information and then asked them to rate their desire to eat the food while in a functional magnetic resonance imaging scanner (fMRI). The research team observed that when presented with data on a food’s nutritional value, participants found the item less appetizing and they had a corresponding ...Continue Reading →