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Help! I’ve Fallen And I Can’t Get Up!

fall prevention

By Denise Pott, LCSW, Assistance Home Care One January day as I was headed off to work at a midtown hospital, I had just turned the corner onto my subdivision’s main street when my eyes caught something off to my right. Although it took me a second, I quickly realized …

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TIRED, EXHAUSTED, IN QUEST FOR ENERGY

TIRED, EXHAUSTED, IN QUEST FOR ENERGY

Feeling lethargic, depressed, or exhausted for no apparent reasons. Think thyroid. Thyroid disease affects 27 million individuals. The thyroid is responsible for regulating temperature, heart rate, and carbohydrate and fat metabolism. The physiology revolves around a negative feed back loop. Initially, the hypothalamus releases thyroid releasing hormone, targeting the pituitary …

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9 Ways to Stop Yourself from Overeating

to Stop Yourself from Overeating

I was researching and article on how to help my patients from overeating. I came across this article by HYPERLINK “https://blog.myfitnesspal.com/author/kristina-larue”KRISTINA LARUE, RD, CSSD, LDN, it was so well written that I thought that I would share it this month, and it just might help all of us during this …

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Mental Health Tips for a Happy New Year

Mental Health Tips

Be kind to yourself Speak nicely about yourself and treat yourself with respect. A positive outlook on ourselves is a key to attracting more positivity into our lives.  Write positive affirmations about yourself such as, “I love myself just the way I am” and tape it to the mirror so …

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Arthritis Pain Got You Down?

Arthritis Pain

New Regenerative Procedures May Eliminate Your Aching Joints and Get You Back Up Arthritis, we’ve all heard about it, but when the doctor tells you ‘it’s just arthritis’, what does that really mean to you? The world we live in has made us believe that arthritis and joint pain are …

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TIME FOR A CHANGE!

By Jean Huelsing RN (Founder of Camp Jump Start®) As the New Year begins, many of us will resolve to change some of our not-so-good habits. One of the most popular resolutions is to lose weight and get in shape. We believe that if only we were a few pounds …

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Thyroid Function and Older Adults

Thyroid function declines as a normal process of aging and if not corrected may have negative effects on one’s health. Fortunately, there are signs to look out for and various treatment options. Often people associate the signs of low thyroid function with normal aging process but that may not be …

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Personal Kryptonite

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Have you ever felt that your current personal life is preventing you from taking advantage of some of your greatest strengths? Are you aware of what makes you feel weak or brings you down? If you ever read Superman as a kid, or saw one of his movies, you probably …

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Rising Ever Upward

Rising Ever Upward By Justine Brooks Froelker

My alarm goes off at 4:14 am. I am one of those people, it must be set on a 4. Just one of my things I suppose. Admit it, you have at least one of those too. I do the affirmations of my morning routine despite it being so early …

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Don’t Underestimate The Power of Advertising!

By Christy Parks If you have a health and wellness business or any business for that matter, and you are not advertising – why aren’t you? You may say it’s because you are a ‘referral based business,’ or you only promote your business on social media sites like Facebook. Maybe …

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