In a society plagued with obesity and simultaneously concerned about body image, the key to perfect weight maintenance is akin to the fountain of youth.
We don’t think about heart disease until it strikes us or a family member with a devastating diagnosis. 70% of the time, the first sign of coronary heart disease is the heart attack. About half of those first heart attacks are fatal. If you attended the Heart Talk workshop two weeks ago, you know fully […]
By Dr. Danielle Sinclair 7/12/2016 Recently, while on Facebook I read about another friend of mine’s child being placed on antibiotics for an ear infection. She was asking for prayers that this round of antibiotics worked, or they would have to put tubes in the child’s ear. This broke my heart, and I felt the […]
When Dr. Mark and I first dreamed of this office we dreamed of a place where hundreds of kids each week would come and get adjustments. Long before RFC was named RFC we knew we wanted our clinic to be a place where entire families received chiropractic care for a lifetime. We envisioned a space […]
Summer Toxin Alert: Sunscreens By Dr. Danielle Sinclair The Sun does NOT cause cancer. The Sun is essential for your health. Think about it without the sun most plants couldn’t grow and we would perish from a lack of Vitamin D3. When you get approximately 20 minutes of direct sunlight, your body naturally generates enough […]
Since I was only able to briefly mention liver health on Saturday at the Cancer Killers Makeover, I want to expound on its importance. The liver is one of the most important of all our vital organs when it comes to immune health and detoxification. The liver is responsible for filtering and detoxifying environmental toxins […]
Everything is Pink! – from shoes, shirts, hats, purses and even grade school kids uniforms playing on the football field! Why has billions and possibly TRILLIONS of dollars been donated to cancer research and still cancer statistics are getting worse and more people are dying of cancer every day? We can put a man on […]
So I went to the UofM vs. MSU football game last Saturday in East Lansing with my dad. Aside from the horrible debacle that is Michigan Football this season (yes we need a new coach), it was great father-son time and we got to revisit some old traditions of tailgating at MSU like we did […]