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4 Techniques to Help You Manage Stress - CCA

4 Techniques to Help You Manage Stress

August 30, 2017

Stress is the body’s natural response to external demands, both the good and the bad.1 It’s hard not to get overwhelmed between work, school, family, and other commitments. According to the World Health Organization, stress, particularly work-related stress, is the second-most common health problem.2 Chronic stress can lead to high blood pressure, increased cholesterol, diabetes,

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5 Tips for Safe Luggage Use - CCA

5 Tips for Safe Luggage Use

August 23, 2017

With summer winding down, it’s a good time to be mindful of how we pack our backpacks as well as our luggage. As people start returning home from vacation, thinking about how we travel with luggage is important. We not only want to travel safe, we want to keep our backs in check too! Carrying

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4 Things Athletes Can Do to Prevent Injuries - CCA

4 Things Athletes Can Do to Prevent Injuries

August 16, 2017

With the summer winding down and Fall sports programs opening up, it’s time to consider getting the most out of your athletic preparation, injury prevention, and treatment. Whether you’re new to a sport or are a seasoned athlete, here are four steps you can take to prevent injuries: Warm Up: More than 30% of injuries seen

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9 Steps to Make Sure Your Child Is Using Their Backpack Correctly - CCA

9 Steps to Make Sure Your Child Is Using Their Backpack Correctly

August 09, 2017

As summer winds down it’s time to start thinking about back to school. That includes, lunches, books, and backpacks! It’s important to make sure backpacks fit properly from an early age. If backpacks are worn incorrectly over long periods of time, not only can they cause back, shoulder, or neck pain, they can result in

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3 Ways to Manage “Text Neck” - CCA

3 Ways to Manage “Text Neck”

August 02, 2017

Our phones always have our attention, often from the alarm we wake up to, until the moment we go to sleep and it sits charging on our bedside tables. Throughout our day, however, repeatedly using our phones without taking breaks can cause plenty of issues from repetitive strain in our hands to pain and strain

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