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  • Side Effects of Stress

    Side Effects of Stress Life can be stressful. Trying to juggle work, school, family obligations, and a hectic schedule can be challenging – and some days can be more trying than others. Everyone can s ... READ MORE

  • Stuck At Your Desk? Staying Healthy During the Work Day

    Stuck At Your Desk? Staying Healthy During the Work Day It’s easy to succumb to the temptations of the food truck that arrives at your office…or the birthday cake sitting in the lunch room after a co- ... READ MORE

  • Healthy Foods We Should Be Eating: Separating Fact from Fiction

    When you can go into a clothing boutique and buy a t-shirt that reads “KALE,” you know that some healthy foods seem to be more trendy than others. Can we rely on mass media and advertising to tell us ... READ MORE

  • MS Awareness

    With symptoms first exhibiting between the ages of 20 and 40, the signs of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be difficult to recognize. An occasional balance issue, weakness in an arm or leg, numbness or ti ... READ MORE

  • SEP: Are You Eligible?

    During the Open Enrollment Period each year, we have the opportunity to enroll in a health insurance plan or make changes to our healthcare coverage, but what happens if Open Enrollment ends on Januar ... READ MORE

  • Health Benefits of Chocolate? The Delicious Details!

    Nutrition experts praise the benefits of kale, wheat grass, and Brussels sprouts, but is it possible that chocolate has a place in the midst of a healthy diet? Research has shown that our favorite sna ... READ MORE

  • BMI: How To Find Out If Your Weight Is Right

    If you’ve started a weight loss program or created a fitness plan with a personal trainer, you may have been told to consider your BMI in determining your goals, but what is BMI and how important is i ... READ MORE

  • How to Use Online Apps to Manage Your Health

    Mobile apps have become a part of our everyday lives.  It’s hard to remember what life was like before we had the ability to get directions, pay for coffee, or check movie times on our phones. Hand-he ... READ MORE

  • It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking

    The facts are undeniable. According to the American Lung Association, smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, causing over 438,000 deaths each year.[1] Unlike heart dis ... READ MORE

  • Specialists vs General Practitioners

    When managing your health becomes a team effort, your overall health and well-being improves. You and your primary physician should be partners in creating a comprehensive plan to maintain and improve ... READ MORE

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