• Your Hardware / Your Software

    The metaphor linking the human brain with computer hardware is now so well known that it features regularly in news media stories. But computers have only been with us since Colossus and ENIAC (electronic numerical integrator and computer) were constructed in the mid-1940s. The metaphor linking the code

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  • Your Brain and You

    You are the lucky owner of a magnificent piece of biological machinery - the human brain. Your brain is always on, performs lightning-fast calculations, and is a whiz at making connections between seemingly unrelated factors and observations. The only downside is that your brain didn't come with an owner's

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  • Strike a Chord

    Physicians and scientists have often called the human body a beautiful instrument. The sense in which this metaphor is applied is primarily mechanistic. The human body is a beautiful instrument in that its parts mesh properly and each component performs its function superbly. The metaphor "beautiful

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  • Half-Empty or Half-Full

    What's your worldview? Are you an optimist or a pessimist by nature? Do you always expect good things to happen or are you waiting for the other shoe to drop? Our mental attitude affects how we interact with others and how we respond to events and the comings and goings in our daily lives. Remarkably,

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  • Cosmic Consciousness

    For thousands of years, humanity has struggled to understand the place of men and women in the universe. All sorts of explanations have been brought forward, many proposing that humanity is part of a greater whole and helps contribute to the welfare of all. Equally many theories suggest that humanity

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  • Conservation of Energy

    Renewability, sustainability, and energy conservation are all over the news. Every newspaper's front page and every television nightly news program features sustainability daily. These are important issues, not only for the health of our planet, but also for our physical health and well-being. Our physical

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  • Your Own Personal Trainer

    Back in the day, there were no personal trainers. If you needed to learn how to exercise, you got a subscription to one of a few well-known "muscle magazines" and read several issues from cover to cover. Then you joined a "Y" and began to discreetly observe what was going in the weight room, trying to

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  • Your Double Helix

    Not everyone will admit this, but there's something magical about exercise. Your brain produces endorphins in response to vigorous exercise and you feel energized, alert, and alive. You derive tremendous satisfaction from doing something you said you'd do. You feel good about yourself all day long. Beyond

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  • Triple Axel

    Mao Asada, Silver Medalist in Ladies Figure Skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics, landed three triple axels in the competition, a feat no competitor had done before. There are no easy figure skating jumps, spins, or technical elements, but the triple axel is particularly difficult. This jump has many

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  • To Lift or Not to Lift?

    If a great Shakespearean protagonist had, anachronistically, joined a gym, his internal existential inquiry might have been, "To lift or not to lift?". Many centuries later, the identical inquiry, or controversy, persists. Joining a gym (health club) usually implies the new club member is going to engage

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  • The Power of Cross-Training

    Cross-training refers to a combination of different methods of exercise. Specifically, cross-training refers to the combination of strength training and cardiovascular training in your overall exercise program. Whether you're a 14-year-old just starting out on your first fitness program, or whether you're

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  • The Home Stretch

    Thanks to effective public health campaigns regarding healthy lifestyle choices, many people have incorporated regular, vigorous exercise, a nutritious diet, and getting sufficient rest in their daily routines. For many people, an additional important component of a healthy lifestyle is regular stretching. Regular

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  • Swinging for the Fences

    Game-changing plays in any sport and at any level are tremendously exciting. Whether we're watching Pop Warner football, middle school recreational soccer, high school basketball, or Major League Baseball, an extraordinary athletic play makes us stand up and cheer. If our team takes the lead as a result,

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  • Strength Training for Beginners (and Experts, Too)

    Strength training, otherwise known as weight training, is one of those activities that provides a wide range of benefits for the person who does it regularly. Like yoga, strength straining makes all your muscles stronger, enhances flexibility, and improves cardiovascular capability and capacity. In fact,

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  • Interval Training and Cardiovascular Health

    Interval training is an important part of aerobic exercise. If you're a walker or a runner, run intervals once a week. Walking and running build endurance by strengthening your cardiovascular system. Doing interval training once a week enhances your endurance by dramatically increasing the amount of

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  • Hamlet's Fitness

    "To stretch or not to stretch." That wasn't exactly Hamlet's question. The Prince of Denmark had matters of state to consider, especially the most effective method to avenge the murder of his father. Getting ready for his next fencing lesson had taken low priority. But for the rest of us who aren't

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  • "Dr. Jill is the best chiropractor I have seen. She takes care of my aches and pains. She uses a form of adjusting that is never that twisting and aggressive kind of adjustment. I am a patient that tenses up with manual adjustments and I like the Dr. Jill offers another option for me. It is easy to get an appointment with Dr. Jill; she always makes time for me. The office staff is friendly and efficient. I was told by my father to always go to a chiropractor that takes x-rays, and Dr. Jill offers x-rays at her office and explained and showed the x-rays to me so I could understand what was going on with my body. I highly recommend Dr. Jill"
    Claire T.
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  • "I came in with a very stiff neck and after receiving treatment from Dr. Jill I am feeling much better and I have much more motion in my neck. Dr. Jill and the staff are very nice & friendly."
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  • "After 2 years of hip, low back, groin & leg pain, my medical doctor suggested an MRI to be followed by back surgery. I was very reluctant. I saw an advertisement in the Times News about Dr. Jill Adepoju, and being a believer of Chiropractic Care, I made an appointment. After only a few treatments, I have minimal discomfort and great improvement in all areas, plus my sleepless nights have ended. Exercises are required & must faithfully be performed for optimal results. I'm still working with Dr. Jill and I am looking forward to being pain free & a new motivated person again. Thank you Dr. Jill & thank you to your great staff, it has been a pleasure to be in your care."
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