U.S. Doctors’ Clinical

  • Can Joints Predict The Weather?

    Although the meteorologist on your local news is often wrong about the weather, you’re sure you can feel the forecast in your bones – and you’re not wrong! According to pain man...
  • The Truth About Cholesterol

    You’ve probably heard someone say they are “watching their cholesterol,” but what does that really mean and why is it important? There are many misconceptions about cholesterol that can make it confusing to understand what is fact and what is fiction.
  • Get Moving: 5 Easy Ways to Improve Cardiovascular Health

    When it comes to matters of the heart, there are many small lifestyle choices you can make that have a big impact. Here we have five ideas that can be implemented into your life without requiring radical lifestyle changes. Improve your cardiovascular health without skipping a beat!

  • Staying Sharp After 60

    Despite what you may have heard, declining cognition as you age isn’t inevitable. The brain does change as we age, but significant memory loss isn’t a typical side effect of get...
  • 10 Ways to Naturally Clear Your Lungs

    The lungs provide a tremendous amount of support to our bodies. In order to keep our bodies alive, our cells need a constant supply of oxygen. Our lungs facilitate that process....
  • 5 Best And Worst Foods for Lung Health

    When you think about ways to support your lung health, nutrition might not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, eating food that provides the right nutrients and anti...
  • Your Prostate Over 45

    When it comes to the prostate, bigger isn’t better. For years, most men go through life hardly noticing their prostate is there. It’s a walnut-sized organ that sits just below t...
  • Can Gut Health Impact Joints?

    What’s your gut telling you? Home to trillions of microorganisms, it is essential to maintain a balance of “good” and “bad” bacteria in order to support your immune system, mood...
  • 11 Foods You Should Be Eating for Joint Health

    Whether you are 35 years old or newly retired, joint health should be a priority. Oftentimes, people aren’t concerned about their joints until they get older, but what we do in ...
  • Can You Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer?

    After skin cancers, breast cancer is the kind of cancer most commonly developed by American women. Worldwide, it is the most prevalent kind of cancer in women, with nearly two m...
  • Balance Your Blood Sugar with These Simple Tricks

    It’s been common knowledge for some time that refined carbohydrates like sugar, white bread, soda, and breakfast cereals can cause blood sugar spikes. Diets like keto that minim...
  • 5 Strategies to Sidestep Sickness This Winter

    According to the calendar – and the weather – summer is still in full swing on the north side of the equator. But as students prepare to return to school and the first hints of ...