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Posts Tagged ‘Pottstown Obesity’

Welcome to McCormick Chiropractic's Pottstown Obesity Archive. Here you can learn more about McCormick Chiropractic, Chiropractic, and Dr. Leo McCormick, today's choice for Chiropractors in Pottstown, PA. Read Dr. Leo McCormick's Chiropractic Pottstown Obesity for the health of it.

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The Grand Scale on Weight Loss

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Often the scariest and most feared questions begin with "How Much?".  How much time?  How much does it cost?  Plus the most dreaded "How much do I weigh?" In perspective it is a simple measurement but on the grand scale it can elicit quite a response. The Baseline As a nation, the United States is heading toward a sedentary, ...

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One Solution for The Wrong Shape of the Nation

Pottstown PA Weight Loss

Movies excite us, make us cry, infuriate us and take us through a whole series of emotions.  What movies also created was a window to a possible future.  Unfortunately, many of them depicted our state of health correctly.  Wall-e for instance for told of the over consumed Earth and a population who no longer walked ...

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Just the Facts and Figures on Obesity

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The fastest growing number one health problem in the world is obesity. Obesity is contributing to an increased risk of other diseases and putting a strain on national health budgets. Please find below some concerning facts and figures related to obesity: About 17% of medical costs in the US are due to obesity and its related ...

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Physically Declining Nation Can be Helped with Chiropractic Advice

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As a nation, the United States is heading toward a sedentary, obese and very unhealthy condition. Individual sickness, unhealthy eating, pharmaceutical drug intake and personal disability are all on the rise. Lost time at work and even the costs for premature death add up to billions of dollars annually. The question of where to turn for ...

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