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The Opioid Epidemic… Worst Drug Crisis in American History! Discover Drug Free Pain Relief

The facts are startling: Every day in the US – more than 650,000 opioid prescriptions are dispensed. Every day 78 people in the US die from an opioid-related overdose! Every year, prescription opioid abuse has a health and social cost of $55 billion! Popular opioids (prescription pain-relief medication) include: Hydrocodone (Vicodin), Oxycodone (OxyContin), and Methadone….

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Are you Suffering with Seasonal Allergies?

It’s that time again – time for many people to stock up on tissues and allergy medication, stay inside and unfortunately feel tired and miserable. It may be hard to breathe, you might be constantly sneezing, have skin reactions, along with other allergy symptoms: Watery eyes Runny or stuffy nose Coughing Wheezing Itching of the…

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Stop Suffering with Chronic Constipation!

In the US, constipation is the most common digestive complaint. It is a topic many of us find difficult to discuss, but most of us – from a newborn to the elderly, experience at some point. It occurs when the muscle contractions are too slow and/or water absorption is too great, causing stool to become…

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Discover the Benefits of Chiropractic and Acupuncture during Pregnancy

If you are thinking about having a baby or are currently pregnant, it is important to understand the changes that you are or will be experiencing with your hormones, posture and body mechanics. Since your body must prepare to carry and feed your baby, the following changes may occur: As the baby grows, your center…

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Drug-Free Ways to Relieve Stress

There are many factors that affect our stress level. They may be work-related, or influenced by pain, poor nutrition, school performance, death of a loved one, employment/unemployment, alcohol, drugs… and the list goes on and on. Therefore, people of all ages are searching for stress reduction techniques. Fortunately, at The AIMS Clinic, we provide many…

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Alternative Medicine Doctor can help with Lyme Disease

Lyme disease (Lyme borreliosis) is an infection caused by the bacteria Borrelia borgdorferi. It is transmitted from an infected black-legged tick to a human, often between late spring and early summer. (Not all ticks carry the bacteria.) Lyme disease is commonly found in New Jersey and New York. It is the most prevalent tick-borne infectious…

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Alternative Treatment Options for Heart Issues

There is a time and place for traditional medicine. However, more and more people are seeking alternative treatments or therapies to deal with a multitude of ailments – including heart disease. In fact, in the US, approximately 38% of adults and 12% of children are using some form of CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) –…

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Discover Drug-Free Treatment for Anxiety and Depression

Worldwide, two of the most common mental disorders are anxiety and depression. Roughly half of all those diagnosed with depression also suffer from anxiety, as reported by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Anxiety disorders affect 40 million adults age 18 and older in the US! Unfortunately, only one-third of those suffering with anxiety…

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Are you suffering with Painful Periods?

It is not uncommon for women to experience discomfort with their periods, especially in their teenage years. Usually, it is not indicative of a serious problem – however, it can be associated with a medical condition. Painful periods are not a natural part of menstruation. Many people are able to eliminate pain and discomfort with…

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Does Acupuncture Work Better than Intravenous Morphine?

Recent statistics from the National Health Interview Survey, report that over 14 million Americans have tried Acupuncture Therapy. The World Health Organization has recognized Acupuncture as a safe and effective treatment for a multitude of complaints – including pain and discomfort. According to a new study, published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine (August…

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