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Blog Posts in January, 2013

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  • As you are sitting and reading this, how is your posture?

    Posted By cobbpainandrehab || 28-Jan-2013

    While reading this, are you slouched over in your chair, maybe even resting your chin in your hand with legs crossed? An important key to longevity is having a healthy, happy spine; one component of a healthy spine is having good posture. Here are a few ways to keep your posture in check and why it’s a good idea to do so….your spine will thank you for reading this! Take inventory of ...
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  • Tips To Eating Incredibly In 2013

    Posted By cobbpainandrehab || 21-Jan-2013

    How healthy of an eater do you consider yourself? Do you take the time to read labels while at the market? Do you to stay away from starches and focus on healthy foods such as fruits and whole grains? Then you are probably making many wise food choices…Here are a few more tips you can add to your routine to take your eating healthy habits to the next level. Tip #1: Incorporate more raw food ...
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  • Flu Getting You Down?

    Posted By cobbpainandrehab || 14-Jan-2013

    The 2012/2013 flu season has been gaining attention as people all over the country are at home with aches, pains, and sniffles. Luckily, the virus seems to be slowing its spread but there are still plenty of people that will be staying home over the next few weeks to mend their immune system. The flu is certainly no picnic but sometimes the boredom of quarantine can be overwhelming. So why not ...
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  • Care to share… perhaps you might… possibly consider donating a pint? Happy National Blood Donor Month! January 1-31, 2013

    Posted By cobbpainandrehab || 7-Jan-2013

    Blood donor month is aimed as raising awareness and participation in assisting the healthcare systems in providing valuable blood to those in need. According to the Red Cross, “5 million American patients need blood every year, and each donation of a pint of blood can help save up to three patients’ lives.” Many may be squeamish with idea, but recognizing the value of donating ...
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