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Health Articles by Dr. Lavine

New clues in chronic fatigue syndrome

Scientists have uncovered a clue about the metabolism of people with chronic fatigue syndrome.

Reverse Hip Joint Arthritis

Dr. Lavine's program to reverse hip joint arthritis

Harm Reduction vs. Restoring Health: Why Blood Pressure Pills Don’t Make You Healthier

Does blood pressure medication make you more healthy? Allopathic doctors and chiropractors see the question differently.

Love exercise? Loathe exercise? It may be in your genes.

Genetics may partly explain why some people don't enjoy exercise.

New Research on Low Back Pain and Its Treatment

Three articles covering aspects of low back pain and its treatment.
Craniosacral Therapy: More is More? Or Less is More?

Craniosacral Therapy: More is More? Or Less is More?

Craniosacral therapy is the gentlest form of body work that releases restriction of the connective tissues.
Food and Pain – The Top 8 Nutrition Strategies to Get Relief

Food and Pain – The Top 8 Nutrition Strategies to Get Relief

Eight effective nutrition strategies to reduce inflammation and pain.

The natural treatment for pain that starts with your brain

The brain plays a central role in the pain experience.

A favorite quote of Buckminster Fuller

A favorite quote of Buckminster Fuller

Self-Care of the Low Back, Part 2

Low back self-care strategies based on the McKenzie method

Questions and answers about joint cracking

Everything you wanted to know about the popping noise your joint makes when your chiropractor gives you an adjustment.

Did you see this article in the NY Times about chronic pain?

A link to an article on chronic pain and the potential of "alternative therapies"

The hidden side of fitness

The brain is one of the important organs in exercise.

Do You Get Wiser As You Get Older?

Our brain activity slows down as we age. But do we gain wisdom to compensate?

Chronic Pain and the Brain

Treatment of chronic pain must include changing the established pain patterns in the brain.

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