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Fighting Back Against Breast Cancer

Photo by Sarah Cervantes on Unsplash Breast Cancer. We’ve all heard about it. We’ve seen the pink-washed products on the shelves and the Run for the Cure events. But just how common is breast cancer? Well as it turns out…

It’s a Stretch

Photo by Anupam Mahapatra Can you touch your toes without bending your knees? Can you scratch that itch in the center of your back? How about doing the splits the way you could when you were on the Cheer team…

Fascia-natin’ Rhythm

Photo by Geert Pieters on Unsplash Around the exercise and movement world, connective tissue known as fascia was once scraped aside as unimportant by anatomists studying the more self-explanatory tissues such as muscle and bone. These days fascia is being…

Fear of a Wireless Planet

Photo by ROBIN WORRALL on Unsplash Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Electromagnetic Radiation “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” -Arthur C. Clark Ever since mobile phones found their way into nearly everyone’s pocket, there…

Being in the Zone

Photo by S Migaj on Unsplash Last time we talked about neuroplasticity and how the brain can change itself based on what is demanded of it and how it is used. Among the various restructurings that have been studied are…

Your Brain on Plastic

Photo by Rebe Pascual on Unsplash Not long ago neuroscientists believed that the human brain developed along a predictable timeline and that windows for certain types of growth closed at some point, creating a kind of final draft of the…

Screen Time!

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Humans spend an awful lot of time staring at screens. You’re probably reading this on a screen. I’m certainly writing it on one, and if you’re actually lucky enough to be holding some good-old…

Finding the Balance

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels Balance is such an important factor in health that the human body evolved several distinct systems to keep itself upright in all kinds of shaky situations. When one or another is compromised, the others kick in more efficiently…

SoHum Health Welcomes Dr. Seth Einterz

SoHum Health is pleased to announce that there is a new Doctor in town! Dr. Seth Einterz will begin serving patients at the Southern Humboldt Community Clinic in Garberville on September 3rd. Dr. Seth, as he likes us to call…

Baby You Can Drive My Car

Photo by Maxwell Ridgeway on Unsplash Driving one’s own car may become a thing of the past within many of our life spans, but until then, spending long periods of time behind the wheel can create some patterns in the…