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Facts About Depression

Facts About Depression

Interesting Facts About Depression to Consider If you are suffering from depression, you are far from alone, and there are some facts about depression that you might find helpful. According to the American Psychological Association, approximately one out of five...

How the Brain Works and Brain Injury

How the Brain Works and Brain Injury

The brain is made up of three major anatomical parts: the cerebrum, the cerebellum and the brain stem. The effects of a brain injury will depend on which part of the brain has been damaged. Nerve cells in the brain send and receive electrical impulses to and from the...

Warning Signs of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Warning Signs of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

As patients are getting older, we are seeing an increase cognitive-related issues. Those with mild cognitive impairment generally are more forgetful for their age, but they don't experience other cognitive problems associated with dementia, which could include...

Signs You May Have Vitamin D Deficiency

Signs You May Have Vitamin D Deficiency

This is very important! Please don’t miss this vital information. My name is Dr. Reiner Kremer, DC, NMD, PAC, MPH—I’ve been in practice for 42 years in Franktown, Colorado at Franktown Family Medicine. I have seen many, many health issues that could have been...

Intermittent Fasting: When Less is More

Intermittent Fasting: When Less is More

What you are about to read is earth shattering and is generally against what the industry wants you to know. The information we are going to share is life changing and health promoting. If you want to die prematurely due to self-inflicted food excess stop now and do...

Sense of Smell Undervalued: Loss Predicts Cognitive Decline

Sense of Smell Undervalued: Loss Predicts Cognitive Decline

 A long-term study of nearly 3,000 adults, aged 57 to 85, found that those who could not identify at least four out of five common odors were more than twice as likely as those with a normal sense of smell to develop dementia within five years. 78 percent of those...

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