Dr Beecher’s July 18, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Weekly Newsletter, please click here! WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday,  July 18th, 2011     Mental Attitude: Personal Experience Makes A Difference. Decisions involving risk depend on how we get the information about the potential risks and rewards. Researchers found if people experienced wins and losses first hand, like […]

Dr Beecher’s July 2011 Monthly Chiropractic Newsletter

To download Dr. Beecher’s Monthly Newsletter, please click here! “Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense” ~ Gertrude Stein   WARNING HEART PATIENTS:  Should You Take These Popular Over-The-Counter Pain Medications After A Heart Attack? Study Concludes – Heart patients who used common pain relievers called NSAIDs, even […]

Dr. Beecher’s April 18th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday,  April 18th, 2011     Mental Attitude: A Positive Attitude Helps. Joint replacement patients who have a positive mindset prior to surgery are more likely to have better functional outcomes. Patients with poor pre-operative emotional health, poor coping skills, […]

Dr. Beecher’s April 11th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday,  April 11th, 2011     Mental Attitude: It Could Be In Your Head. Your emotional response to challenging situations can predict how your body responds to stress. People with high levels of anger and anxiety showed greater increases in […]

Dr. Beecher’s April 4th, 2011 Weekly Chiropractic Newsletter

For More Information, please download this week’s newsletter, here. WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS UPDATE Week of Monday,  April 4th, 2011     Mental Attitude: Delay Alzheimer’s!  Mastering a second language seems to delay getting Alzheimer’s as bilingual patients did not contract Alzheimer’s until 5 years later than monolingual patients. Even if you’re not bilingual, there are […]