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Zevia Soda… What Is It?

Is it healthy?  Does it make you gain weight. From time to time we like to highlight certain products that we recommend in our Cincinnati and Nor ...

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Can Intermittent Fasting Help Control Your Insulin Levels?

This is a question we hear often at our Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky (Florence) weight loss clinics. The simple answer is yes. Intermittent f ...

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Pick Your Battles When It Comes to Weight Loss

Why is it important to pick your battles when it comes to weight loss? At our Cincinnati weight loss clinics we believe that you must be comfortable & ...

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Prevent Back Surgery with Chiropractic

The latest numbers show that there are over 500,000 spinal surgeries annually in the US. Although sometimes it's necessary to have back surgery, the r ...

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Anderson Township and Newtown, Ohio Car Accidents and Chronic Pain

If you live in Anderson Township and Newtown, Ohio and you've been in a motor vehicle accident, you need to know that you don't have to suffer from ch ...

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Anderson Township and Newtown, Ohio Back Pain and Pregnancy Care

While many women automatically assume that back pain and pregnancy go hand in hand, they are often surprised when they learn that this is not necessar ...

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Prevent and Treat the Flu Naturally

Every week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issues aWeekly Influenza Surveillance Report which shows how many cases of influenza ...

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Back Pain and Auto Injury

Back Pain is a common symptom after an auto collision, and it's something that Dr. Nuesse sees frequently in our Anderson, Ohio office. The key to rec ...

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Natural IBS Treatment

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is characterized by pain or cramping in the abdominal area, gas, bloating, and frequent bouts with diarrhea and/or cons ...

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How to Avoid Surgery for Back Pain

Although some people are still uncertain about chiropractic care, even the American Medical Association (AMA) recommends that adjustments should be tr ...