The Secret Life of Your Teeth (Teeth Trauma and What You are Doing to Them at Night)

Dr. Mandy Kouroshnia has encountered many anxious patients and realized how this alone can prevent so many from receiving the dental care they so much need. Continue reading “The Secret Life of Your Teeth (Teeth Trauma and What You are Doing to Them at Night)”

Using Curiosity at Work to Create Powerful Leaders:

Ways to Get That Next Big Promotion

Dr. Diane Hamilton, author of “It’s Not You… It’s Your Personality: Skills to Survive and Thrive in the Modern Workplace” and “How to Reinvent Your Career: Make More Money Doing What You Love.” Continue reading “Using Curiosity at Work to Create Powerful Leaders:”

Difficult Conversations: At Work and At Home

How to talk about difficult topics in an increasingly volatile environment.

Carol Barkes is a trend-setting mediator, business executive and educator specializing in the use of neuroscience to improve business performance, interpersonal communications, negotiation and conflict resolution processes for optimally successful results.
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The Opioid Crisis and a Unique Approach: Chiropractic

There Are More Than 50 Legislative Bills Out There to Help Deal With the Opioid Crisis. . . .

Why Many Are Turning to Chiropractors for Relief

Facts about opioids and the relief of chronic pain:

  • People take opioids usually to deal with intense, acute, and chronic pain.

  • They used to say that opioids were not addictive, but we now know that they are highly addictive and some people build toxicity in their bodies and unfortunately die from this treatment. 
  • Chiropractic has become a saving grace for helping people better deal with pain and avoid the dangers of addictive drugs. 
  • Your neighborhood chiropractor would create an individual plan for each patient. This includes lifestyle and nutritional recommendations, as well as both chiropractic adjustments and analysis to uncover the cause for many of these problems. 

    Available for Interviews:
    One of our Media Ambassadors

    Jo Allison
    PR Managing Editor
    Success In Media, Inc.

Dating Etiquette in the Workplace: What You Need to Know

When you are dating your coworker, keep business trips, PDA appropriateness, and superior/subordinate issues in mind.

Diane HamiltonProfessor, Author, and Business Leadership Expert weighs in on this important topic.

Follow these tips and avoid the common pitfalls associated with office romances:

  • Don’t Make People Feel Uncomfortable. I have taught more than 1000 business courses, and many are HR-based.  Workplace romance is more common than most people think.  It might surprise you to know that many workplace romances include top-level people.  Recent research published by SHRM showed that nearly 40% were owners and executives. What is interesting is that 1 in 5 workers responded that they have observed relationships at work that they consider inappropriate.

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Weekend Warrior Syndrome: Avoid Common Injuries This Summer

Do you like to catch up on physical activity on the weekend? Exercise is great, but unfortunately there are some common injuries. Good news, you can.

Here is what one of our Chiropractic Health and Wellness experts can say: 

What? No Pap Smear Screenings After 30???

The latest guidelines are still controversial.  Many women are still following the old guidelines.

What Dr. Mimi Secor Can Say in an interview:

  • It is very important to get your doctor to explain the not so new guidelines (2012) that are still controversial (Switching to every 5 years at 30… women are still freaked out about it.) If the doctor doesn’t know about the new guidelines, you may need a new doctor.
  • We need to trust the science as doctors and be able to explain it.
  • The future looks like we will have guidelines to NOT do pap smears in the future and just HPV testing.  It’s been proposed by the U.S. … task force just not rolled out yet.
  • The vaccination is SO misunderstood and SO effective.
  • Not enough young kids are getting it and we have a very vulnerable group.
  • HPV prevents oral, cervical, anal – 60% of oral cancer is related to HPV (throat).

Available for Interviews: Dr. Mimi Secor

Dr. Mimi Secor
 is a popular National Speaker and Consultant, educating advanced practice clinicians and consumers around the country and the world. She is the author of the book, Debut a New You: Transforming Your Life at Any Age.

Jo Allison
PR Managing Editor
Success In Media, Inc.



Got Arthritis? Your Job Might Be the Problem

A Chiropractor Explains Some Common Occupations, Hazards, and What You Can Do to Combat the Symptoms of Arthritis

What One of Our Media Ambassadors Can Say in an Interview:

Occupations affected by arthritis: jobs that require one to sit at one’s desk all day, computer fields, teachers, bartenders, hairdressers, bartenders, plumbers or people who work with their hands or because of the positions they are in, landscapers, police officers and first responders (because of the equipment they carry)—all put the people in these professions at risk for arthritis.

What Can people Do to Alleviate
Work-related Arthritis symptoms
  1. Make ergonomic changes to your work space. Adjust height of desk, chair, monitor, etc.
  2. Become aware of repetitive motion and positioning that can exacerbate the condition.
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Sunscreen – The Down-low From a Dermatologist

Dr. Lauren Fine is one of our board-certified dermatologists and Media Ambassadors. She weighs in on sunscreen…. Did you ever wonder if that Sunscreen is still good, or doing its job? Here are a few things she can say on this topic:

Here are a few things she can say:
Summer is here which means it’s time to talk SPF!
*Sunscreens do expire.  Don’t just pull out your bottles from last season.  There’s a good chance they are expired and will not be as effective
You are probably using too little sunscreen!  For an average size person, the amount of sunscreen lotion or cream applied to a full body should fill a shot glass.  And if you are out all day long, your SPF should be reapplied every 2 hours.

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