Can Massage Help?
Massage therapy can be a valuable component of a work-based health program, creating employee stress-relief and positive feelings toward one's job.Read more
Here is another reason to include massage therapy as part of a workplace-wellness program: Employee perceptions of work conditions can have a big impact on an employer's bottom line.Read more
Massage therapy and five other types of complementary health care effect "great benefit" for back-pain sufferers, according to recent research.Read more
Heavy backpacks place a measurable strain on the spines of children, with heavier loads causing greater spinal stain and increased back pain, reports a study in the January 1 issue of Spine.Read more
Ghrelin is the hormone that triggers the brain to encourage eating. Here are some ways to control this hormone:
Do aerobic exercise - can control for up to 2 hoursRead more