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Avoid Allergies Naturally Right from the Start

Allergy Relief Jackson MS

Finally summer is here!  But with the great weather that arrived late this year so did  the massive pollen levels that are causing an historic spike in cases of seasonal allergy, also known as allergic rhinitis.  Bad news for those of us who anxiously awaited to emerge from our winter cocoons and enjoy the great outdoors. Allergies ...

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Allergy Season Is Here!

Allergy Jackson MS Hayfever

The warmth of summer is finally here!  As we open the windows and doors, we may find that the increase in temperature coincides with the massive pollen levels that are causing an unwanted boost in cases of seasonal allergies, also known as allergic rhinitis.  This is unwanted news for those of us who anxiously awaited for summer ...

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Avoid Allergies Naturally Right from the Start

Allergy Relief Jackson MS

Finally summer is here!  But with the great weather that arrived late this year so did  the massive pollen levels that are causing an historic spike in cases of seasonal allergy, also known as allergic rhinitis.  Bad news for those of us who anxiously awaited to emerge from our winter cocoons and enjoy the great outdoors. Allergies ...

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Help Improve your Breathing with Chiropractic Care

Jackson Improved Breathing

Lung function is a good measurement of the overall health of an individual. A study was conducted on 58 patients to determine how cervical knee-chest adjustment influenced pulmonary function. Forced Expitatory Volume in one second (FEV-1), and Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) were measured before care and two weeks after care on a computerized spirometer. Analysis of ...

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