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  • Many doctors will tell you that to keep your heart healthy, you should lower your cholesterol. But cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra says cholesterol is not the real perpetrator. Find out what is.

    February 27

  • Chiropractic Adjustments for the ears can alleviate symptoms.

    Your baby is crying fussy, and tugging at his ear. These are the signs of an ear infection in an infant, also called otitis media. The 2009 Centers for Disease Control Infant Feeding Practices Survey II found that between 1 and 2 percent of babies under 12 months had food allergies and an ear infect…

    February 27

  • Office is now open from 2pm,-5pm

    February 26

  • Office is closed this morning, but we might be in later today. Stay warm and safe. Enjoy the snow

    February 26

  • Vitamin D deficiency in childhood is associated with an increased risk for type 1 diabetes, and severe asthma and allergies.

    February 26

  • A report says that visitors to Disneyland got measles and infected other people in California, Washington, and Colorado, yet the source has not been identified.

    February 26

  • February 25

  • Tips to Prevent Back Pain Maintain a healthy diet and weight. Remain active—under the supervision of your doctor of chiropractic. Avoid prolonged inactivity or bed rest. Warm up or stretch before exercising or other physical activities, such as gardening. Maintain proper posture. Wear comfortable, low-heeled shoes. Sleep on a mattress of medium firmness to minimize any curve in your spine. Lift with your knees, keep the object close to your body, and do not twist when lifting. Quit smoking. Smoking impairs blood flow, resulting in oxygen and nutrient deprivation to spinal tissues. Work with your doctor of chiropractic to ensure that your computer workstation is ergonomically correct.

    February 25

  • February 25

  • HOW to Improve your Quality of Life Giving: do things for others Relating: connect with people Exercising: take care of your body Appreciating: notice the world around you Trying out: keep learning new things Direction: have goals to look forward to Resilience: find ways to bounce back Emotion: take a positive approach Acceptance: be comfortable with who you are Meaning: be part of something bigger

    February 23

  • February 20

  • One of the most common medications parents in my practice give is ibuprofen. It does a great job of bringing down high fevers and can be really helpful with pain, too. It's so helpful, in fact, that it's easy to think of it as completely safe. It's not.

    February 20

  • February 18

  • Sitting for more than eight hours a day is associated with a 90 percent increased risk of type 2 diabetes

    February 17

  • Baking soda is not only used for whitening your teeth, it also has numerous health and hygiene benefits that you can take advantage of, too.

    February 16

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  • http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2015/02/02/blueb

    New research reveals that those who eat blueberries are likely to have lower blood pressure than those who don't consume this fruit every day.

    February 13

  • While women are still the majority in yoga classes, there's a strong movement of men not on...

    February 13

  • If McDonald's can make tasty French fries without preservatives, antifoaming agents, and TBHQ in the UK, why do they refuse to make them in the US?

    February 11

  • Be a winner. See a chiropractor.

    February 11

  • Experts at the Université Paris Descartes-Sorbonne Paris Cité found a 30 minute nap can help relieve stress and bolster the immune system by restoring hormones and proteins to normal levels.

    February 11

  • Those who sit the most have a 147 percent increased relative risk of cardiovascular events compared to those who sit the least; all-cause mortality is increased by 50 percent

    February 10

  • February 09

  • Here's a list of potent anti-inflammatory foods, herbs, and spices that are significantly effective at quelling the inflammatory response.

    February 08

 

Unlike conventional medicine, which focuses on attempting to treat disease once it occurs, Chiropractic Nutrition Center PC emphasizes improving your health in an effort to reduce the risk of pain and illness in the first place. Most people would rather be healthy and avoid illness, if they could. This is one of the main reasons for the big surge in the popularity of our wellness center. For some, Chiropractic Nutrition Center PC will take them back to a place that is cozy and familiar, offering a rediscovery of health and wellness that had been previously known but long lost. For others, the journey may offer a new center, one never before experienced. People are recognizing the benefit of seeking an alternative to traditional medicine; one that will help them achieve and maintain optimal health. Please take the time to meet the doctor, team, and our wellness network dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives. To fully understand the nature of your health we recommend you join our free website membership program. As a patient at Chiropractic Nutrition Center PC we will personally tailor a wellness program specifically targeted to your wellness needs using the least invasive yet highly-effective techniques and services.

Dr. Robet Baric Dr. Robert Baric has been serving the Triangle area for over 20 years. He has a passion for health  and wellness. Dr. Baric focuses on the root of the problem focusing on the solution rather then masking the symptoms. Certified in acupuncture, nutrition, pediatric chiropractic, various chiropractic techniques, therapies and practices such as applied kinesiology and more. Dr. Robert Baric DC FICPA CCaC FAACA.