Advanced Medical & Wellness Center
Advanced Medical & Wellness Center

3060 Dayton Xenia Rd Suite # A, Beavercreek OH

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Advanced Medical & Wellness Center


To Give or To Receive?

Is it truly better to give than receive? Research seems to indicate that giving gifts is in fact better. Two new studies suggest that giving to others caused participants to feel happiness for longer. The participants continued to feel better when giving than even after receiving multiple gifts repeatedly.

Source: Psychological Science, 2018.

Quick Facts About Healthcare in the USA

Here are some quick facts about the state of healthcare here in the United States. What do you think about them? Do you think we could do better?

  • 70% of Americans are on at least 1 prescription medicine (Mayo Clinic)
  • Over half are on at least 2 prescription meds (Mayo Clinic)
  • People who are between the ages of 50-64 fill an average of 13 prescriptions per year (Center on Aging Society)
  • People who are between the ages of 65-79 fill an average of 20 prescriptions per year (Center on Aging Society)
  • The use of prescription grade pain medications have been steadily rising for the past 10 years (Mayo Clinic)
  • United States, Canada, and Western Europe account for 95% of the world's prescription opioid usage (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Roughly 64,000 deaths due to opioid overdose in 2016. This has become the number one cause of death in Americans under the age of 50 (New York Times)
  • 78% of Americans prefer to try other ways to address their physical pain before they take pain medication prescribed by a doctor (Chiropractic Economics)
  • 27 Million Americans are without any kind of health insurance coverage.
  • Loss in productivity due to pain costs the American people almost $300 Billion annually (National Center for Biotechnology Information)
  • People under active chiropractic care save 85% on pharmaceutical costs annually (Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapy)

Which Stores Should We Avoid?

According to a new study published in PLoS Medicine that involved over 7,000 people, there was a 76% decreased likelihood of people seeking common processed snack foods and candy when there was none to be found at the checkout counter. It’s almost as if stores have always known the American mind and the power of “impulse buying”… If you can find a store that does not carry a large “at the counter” stock then you is going to be helping yourself maybe more than you realize.

Source: Public Library of Science Medicine in 2018