Healthy Living

Five Tips to Kickstart a Healthy Lifestyle

July 8, 2016 | Primary Care

Fresh healthy diet saladSetting specific goals to stop smoking, shed weight, or start exercising can be the first steps to better health. However, the hard work needed to reach those goals can feel like climbing a mountain. Try these five tips to help overcome common obstacles to making lifestyle changes, and you’ll soon be on your way to better health.

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Cracking the Code: 5 Common Healthcare Acronyms

July 1, 2016 | Primary Care

Just a few more questions...Ever been at a doctor’s appointment and thought “this doctor might as well be speaking Greek”? It may seem like your doctor is talking in code when using health acronyms.

We’ll help you decode some of this medical shorthand so you can get the most out of your next visit!

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5 Simple Tips for a Safe & Healthy Trip

June 30, 2016 | Primary Care

Summer trips usually go one of two ways:family with two kids travel by car in mountains

  1. Everyone is healthy, happy, and having a blast exploring new territory.

Or…

  1. Someone is sick, hurt, or whiny enough to rain on the parade.

You’ve put hours and hours into planning your summer vacation. Your family is beyond excited. A significant investment has been made in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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Not All Headaches Are Created Equal

June 22, 2016 | Primary Care

Don’t let headaches keep you indoors this summer!The pains of old age

If you have ever experienced the pain that a headache brings, you know how important it is to get proper treatment, and get it fast.

It is important to remember that not all headaches are created equal. They exist in various forms that may manifest at certain times due to specific triggers. It’s crucial to know exactly what you’re dealing with as this determines the treatment you’ll need in order to kick that headache to the curb.

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Discover Foods that Help Drop Cholesterol

June 17, 2016 | Primary Care

Fillet of salmon with asparagusIf your cholesterol is high, you will probably need a multi-faceted approach of diet changes, exercise, and medication to help lower it. Many people struggle with the best way to tackle dietary changes. Will it work to just cut out fast food? What is the best kind of cooking oil? Can I still have snacks?

While there is no magic approach to lowering your cholesterol, try these guidelines to help drop your numbers.

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Metabolic Myths: Stop Blaming Your Metabolism for Unwanted Weight Gain

June 15, 2016 | Primary Care

True or False?apple on palm

I’ll never look like that, my metabolism is just too slow.

I’d like to lose a few pounds, but I can’t change my metabolism so what’s the point?

I’ve got a fast metabolism, so lucky for me I can eat as much junk food as I want.

If you answered “false” to the above statements, you’re well on your way to understanding your metabolism and how it works. So often we want to blame our metabolisms for weight gain, but it’s time to learn the facts about what’s truly going on in our bodies.

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4 Ways Technology Can Make You Fit

June 7, 2016 | Primary Care

2016-05-31 (3)It’s estimated Americans spend 11 hours or more on their technological devices a day, scrolling through social media pages, texting, listening to music, watching videos, and more.

We’d like to propose four healthier, more active ways you could be using your devices.

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Let’s “Deskercise!”

June 6, 2016 | Community

You have every intention of hitting the gym after work. You feel energized on your morning commute as you catch sight of your workout gear riding shotgun in your car. Then, 5 p.m. hits. You realize, for the fifth time this week, the gym is just not going to happen.

If it seems impossible to accomplish both work and exercise during separate parts of your day, why not blend them? Why not engage in some “deskercises”?

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