Life Lessons You Can Learn From Running

There are plenty of life lessons you can draw upon from running. The challenges you experience during a run is often parallel with challenges faced in your everyday life. Here are a few takeaways from running that you can apply to your everyday life. You are stronger than you think... Read more »

10 Things I wish I knew before I got Braces as an Adult

Alexandra Martell, Managing Editor of shares 10 things adults ought to know before getting braces. Thanks for the shout out Alexandra! 1. You might have a bit of a lisp the first few days. It’s totally normal — you’ve now got weird things on your teeth that weren’t there... Read more »

Simple Rules For A Happier & Healthier Life

Are you looking to make some healthy changes to your life? Rather than start some calorie-counting journal you’ll NEVER maintain, follow these simple and effective mantras for a little positive change in your life. Eat the Colors of the Rainbow Vegetables (and some fruits) that are in a wide range... Read more »

Integrative Medicine Empowers Patients To Take Charge Of Their Health

According to a report released by the Bravewell Collective, integrative medicine led to significant improvements in patients suffering from chronic pain, stress and depression. Researchers collected and analyzed survey data from 369 patients from the Patients Receiving Integrative Medicine Intervention Effectiveness Registry (PRIMIER), the first-ever registry of integrative medicine patients.... Read more »

Tips to Stay Fuller For Longer

The secret to staying fuller for longer is achieving the feeling of satiety! Satiety is that warm fuzzy feeling you experience during a meal, when you’re no longer hungry, but not overly stuffed or uncomfortable. You are just satisfied beyond your desire. The more satisfied you are the less you’ll... Read more »

How Meditation Can Change Your Brain

A study spearheaded by Sara Lazar, a neuroscientist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School produced some very interesting findings. People that meditate were found to have more grey matter (compared with non-meditators) in the insula and sensory regions, the auditory and sensory cortex of their brains. After an... Read more »

Saving the Carbs for Last

Good news! Studies indicate we can incorporate some carbs and sugary eats into your diet, so long as we consume them in the right order. Doctors at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York conducted a study, which showed a significant decrease in blood sugar levels if we eat vegetables... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Andolino Orthodontics PC, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry and... Read more »