Category: Slice of LIFE

Random Acts
Slice of LIFE

The Importance of Random Act of Kindness

Random acts of kindness are a wonderful way to spread joy and positivity in our world. Kindness is an action that can be as simple as offering a compliment to a stranger or helping someone carry a heavy load. It is often said that a…

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Faces of LIFE, FACES of LIFE FRIDAY, Slice of LIFE

Faces of LIFE: Zoe Wight

Zoe Wight attended Gulf Breeze High School in Pensacola, Florida and competed with her school’s wrestling team. In a funny twist of fate, Wight skipped her high school graduation to compete in a Southeastern wrestling conference and ended up being recruited by Life U’s first Women’s Wrestling Head Coach James Paul.

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Slice of LIFE

Stay Safe Online with Cybersecurity Tips

A sense of safety and security is important for well-being and comfort, but one growing safety concern is often overlooked due to its intangible nature. Cybersecurity might not be at the forefront of most people’s priority lists, but taking some necessary steps for self-protection can…

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Faces of LIFE- Leilani Joseph

From Birmingham, Alabama, Leilani Joseph grew up with varied interests in the arts, from theatre to crafts. From a young age, she also had an awareness of the need for proper spinal alignment due to a scoliosis diagnosis discovered during a school screening. Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine often found in adolescents, such as Joseph at that time in middle school.

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CCR, Chiropractic, Slice of LIFE, Your Extraordinary Life (YEL)

The Relationship Between EEG (electroencephalogram) Patterns, Heart Rate Variability, Single Session of Chiropractic Care and Stress Scores

This study looks at how a single session of chiropractic care changes the brain, using a couple of different electroencephalography (EEG) techniques. One technique examined the brain during resting state. This is considered the baseline or the starting point from which to gauge. Researchers hoped to answer the question, “How does the brain respond to unique stimulus?”