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Continuing the Conversation: Waist Circumference, Weight Loss & Food Choices
In part
one of this article, I discussed how the utilization of measuring a patient's waist circumference (WC) becomes a valuable anthropometric measurement to gauge health risk. Now  I'll discuss the clinical approach to reducing WC and implementation your practice.

Why You Should Care About Prebiotics (Part 2)
In my last article [January
2018], I discussed the concept of prebiotics (also known as microfood, as a way to avoid the consumer confusion that can occur between the terms probiotic and prebiotic) and began exploring the literature supporting the health benefits of prebiotic soluble fiber.

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Anatomically Speaking

By Neal Cross, PhD, NCTMB

Neal Cross is the former chair of the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). He is also an associate professor in the anatomy department at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, teaching gross anatomy; neuroanatomy; remedial gross anatomy; anthropology and alternative medicine; and anatomical workshops.

Previous Articles

  July, 2003 (Vol. 03, Issue 07)
The Ligamentum Nuchae
  February, 2003 (Vol. 03, Issue 02)
Anatomy of an Inversion Sprain
  April, 2002 (Vol. 02, Issue 04)
Snap, Crackle and Pop, Part II
  January, 2002 (Vol. 02, Issue 01)
Common Structural Oddities in the Human Body
  September, 2001 (Vol. 01, Issue 09)
Snap, Crackle and Pop, Part I
  May, 2001 (Vol. 01, Issue 05)
New Muscles
  April, 2001 (Vol. 01, Issue 04)
You Know It Like the Back of Your Hand
  February, 2001 (Vol. 01, Issue 02)
  January, 2001 (Vol. 01, Issue 01)
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