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Car Accidents and Back Pain.

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A systematic research review discovered that individuals involved in a motor vehicle collision may be more likely to develop back pain in the future than those who have not been in a car accident. Doctors of chiropractic are trained to evaluate and effectively treat musculoskeletal injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents.

Accident Analysis & Prevention, May 2020

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Exercise Helps College Students Be More Resilient.

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University students who regularly exercise are less likely to be affected by depression, anxiety, or stress than their less active peers.

Frontiers in Psychology, May 2020

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Warning Labels Could Reduce Soda Consumption.

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A review of findings from 23 published studies suggests that adding health warning labels to soft drink packaging could reduce sugary drink intake. Study leader Dr. Anna Grummon writes, “Our findings suggest that sugary drink warnings help consumers better understand products’ healthfulness and encourage consumers to make healthier choices about what drinks to buy… These results highlight the potential usefulness of sugary drink warning policies in both
informing consumers and reducing consumption of unhealthy beverages like sodas, energy drinks and ...

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Oil & Gas Wells Linked to Low Infant Birth Weight.

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An analysis of nearly 3 million pregnancy outcomes from women living within six miles of an oil or gas well revealed that living within less than a mile of these types of wells is associated with a 40% increased risk for low birth weight.

Environmental Health Perspectives, June 2020

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Poor Vitamin D Status and Pre-Eclampsia.

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Approximately 2-8% of pregnant women develop pre-eclampsia, a condition marked by high blood pressure and other signs that a woman’s organs, such as the kidneys and liver, are not functioning properly. In a study that looked at vitamin D status of 370 new mothers, 201 of whom had pre-eclampsia, researchers observed that vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy was associated with an elevated risk for both early- and latestage pre-eclampsia.

Clinical Laboratory, June 2020

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