The PSA blood test is commonly used to check for signs of prostate cancer or other prostate problems. When a PSA level comes back high, the next step is usually recommended is a biopsy. But recent information suggests another possible option could be to repeat the PSA test a month or so later to monitor….1 Comment
Dr. Heather King DC and Sonja Hintz, RN, Serenity Health Care Center S.C. Are you suffering with fibromyalgia? According to NIH, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, “Fibromyalgia syndrome is a common and chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain, diffuse tenderness, and a number of other symptoms.” In my practice, I find…No Comments
By: Dr. Heather King DC, Serenity Health Care Center What do Aaron Rogers, Greg Mathews, Michael Jordon, Tiger Woods and Evander Holyfield all have in common? They all see a chiropractor regularly. Chiropractic care has been endorsed by most major professional and amateur sports associations and is used by athletes competing in both professional and…1 Comment
A burden that is yours to Lose…Uncommon factors that are hindering your health and weight loss goals! The goal for the New Year is to create a new you. We all have goals and areas of our lives that need to be improved. Often the New Year is the time of the year a majority…1 Comment
Heart Disease: An Aging Problem Cardiac disease is a growing concern in our aging population 17.3 million people die a year from cardiac disease. By 2030 >23.6 million people will die from heart disease. People are developing heart disease at a younger age partially due to our poor quality food and lack of exercise. Decline…1 Comment
GMO Health Risks: Genetically Engineered Organisms are found in our current food source and affect everyone of us who do not eat organic. There have been several serious health risks associated with genetically modified (GM) food, including infertility, immune problems, accelerated aging, faulty insulin regulation, and changes in major organs and the gastrointestinal system. In…No Comments
Most of us are aware of what Alzheimer’s disease is and we are afraid of getting it. This is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Alzheimer’s disease accounts for 60-80% of the…No Comments
The PSA blood test is commonly used to check for signs of prostate cancer or other prostate problems. When a PSA level comes back high, the next step is usually recommended is a biopsy. But recent information suggests another possible option could be to repeat the PSA test a month or so later to monitor….No Comments
Is Your Nervous System Functioning Properly? The nervous system functioning is affected greatly in autism. The effected nervous system can be responsible for things such as hyperactivity, attention issues, sleep disturbances, behavior problems, social issues, sensory processing issues and can be linked to digestive and immune system functions. Bowel and bladder problems and autoimmune dysfunction…No Comments
JOIN The SERENITY CLUB
The Dark Side Of Injury By Debra Muth, ND
- Prostate Health Secrets for Men
- 9 Symptoms That May Be Corrected With Bioidentical Hormone Therapy
- 10 Signs You May Need to Get Lyme Disease Treatment
- Is HCG Weight Loss Right for You? 5 Things to Know
- Adrenal Fatigue: What Causes It, and How to Treat It
- You May Need Allergy Testing if You Have These Symptoms
- ADHD Treatment FAQs: What Are Your Options?
- Can You Test for APOE4?
- How Quickly Does Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Work?
- 5 Ways Environmental Medicine Can Help You Get Healthier Than Ever