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Getting Enough Whole Grains? You May Be Surprised

Sep 12, 2017

The popularity of whole grains has grown exponentially in the last several years, and supermarkets have started to carry more whole grain products than ever before. However, even with this rise in popularity, we are still not getting enough in our diets. Only 8 percent of Americans eat the minimum...

General Health & Wellness
Diet & Fitness
Digestive Health

Namaste Healthy with Yoga

Sep 12, 2017

Yoga is an ancient practice that is known to be one of the best aerobic exercises you can do for mind, body, and spirit. With such a relaxed approach toward exercise, it has gained popularity, and rightfully so, due to all the benefits it brings to your body. How Yoga Helps Yoga focuses the mind...

General Health & Wellness
Diet & Fitness
Cardiovascular Care

Is Coffee Actually Bad for You?

Sep 12, 2017

Many of us rely on our daily fix of coffee to jump start our day. However, besides giving you an extra boost in energy, coffee can provide some benefits to your health. Coffee drinkers, this is for you. Coffee’s Caffeinated Benefits Coffee has been proven to have health benefits for various systems...

Diet & Fitness
Digestive Health
General Health & Wellness

5 Common Symptoms of Menopause & How to Ease Them

Sep 12, 2017

Most of the symptoms menopausal women experience occur primarily during the perimenopause stage. These symptoms are due to the effects of decreased production of female hormones and can vary widely for each person. Follow these tips to ease your menopausal symptoms. 1. Mood Changes or Swings...

Women's Health
Healthy Aging

How to Effectively Manage Chronic Pain

Sep 12, 2017

Whether your pain stems from an injury or affects you in the absence of an illness, there are effective strategies available for chronic pain management. Chronic pain can range from slightly bothersome to continually debilitating. It can affect your quality of life and last for months or even years...

Chronic Pain
General Health & Wellness
Emergency Room directional sign in front of hospital

Freestanding ERs vs. Hospital ERs

Sep 05, 2017

If an emergency happens, where will you go? You may have multiple options in your area, but not all emergency rooms are the same. Making the decision between a freestanding or a hospital ER will affect your out-of-pocket costs, wait times, and access to trauma care. Be proactive and learn about the...

Emergency Care
General Health & Wellness

5 Benefits of Breastfeeding

Aug 12, 2017

Breastmilk is the perfect first food for your baby. Mother’s milk is a personalized formula containing all the right nutrients that your child needs to grow and develop. As your little one grows, the milk will modify to what he or she needs and act as a supplemental set of nutrients as you begin to...

Maternity
Children's Health
Women's Health
Two women cooking a healthy meal together

3 Keys to Healthy Weight Loss

Aug 12, 2017

Are you struggling to lose weight? You’re not alone. According to the CDC, more than 70 percent of U.S. adults older than 20 are either overweight or obese. Unfortunately, there’s no quick fix when it comes to healthy weight loss. Losing weight and keeping the weight off long term takes effort and...

Weight Loss
Diet & Fitness
General Health & Wellness
Young girl smiling while getting on school bus

Back-To-School Health Checklist

Aug 12, 2017

Summer is coming to an end, and the school year is quickly approaching. Your child’s school supply list isn’t the only one you should be checking off before the semester starts! Be sure to check off your kid’s health checklist. 1. Vaccinate! Keep the germs away and vaccinate! Make sure your child...

Children's Health
General Health & Wellness

Don't Be Rash When It Comes to Shingles

Aug 12, 2017

Shingles is a common infection of the nerves caused by a virus, prompting a painful rash or small blisters on the skin. This condition is common in people with weakened immune systems and those over the age of 50. What is shingles? Shingles occurs when the chickenpox virus—which can lie dormant in...

Healthy Aging
Infectious Diseases