Social engineering is basically any method or strategy used to manipulate people and deceive them into divulging personal information or offering access to accounts. This is often related to your computer network’s security, company passwords, or personal identity. Social engineers use what they know about you or about your company to gain your trust and access your information.
Chiropractic plays a huge role in keeping some of the nation’s top athletes in their best physical form. Case in point: the Professional Football Chiropractic Society reports that 34 pro sports chiropractors deliver somewhere between 16,320 and 27,200 collective adjustments during the National Football League’s 16-week season.
Weighing in at 3.5 pounds, the liver is the single largest internal organ in the human body. It has hundreds of different jobs, most of which are related to removing toxins from everything that we consume, and breaking down and absorbing fats to release energy by producing bile. It also helps regulate blood sugar levels. Although your patients may not realize it, their liver often has to work overtime during the holidays.
We’ve all had those moments where we forget where we placed our reading glasses or our car keys. In most cases, we can brush these instances off as jokes because they don’t occur that often. However, there’s no getting around the fact that we will have more of those senior moments as we age, and the prospect of forgetting things more important than reading glasses can be scary. Furthermore, we aren’t alone in these fears.
A 2011 study looked at knee pain trends in the American population. After analyzing data from six National Health and Nutrition Exam Surveys (NHANES) and three Framingham Osteoarthritis Study examination periods, researchers noted that knee pain and symptomatic knee osteoarthritis has “increased substantially” over the past couple of decades. What’s behind this growing number of lower extremity issues?