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    Nutrition Advice: Watch Your Portions and Beware of Fad Diets

    Mar 8, 2019

    While proper nutrition is a daily concern, March has been designated “National Nutrition Month” to bring awareness to the habits individuals should be implementing year-round. It’s a time for healthcare providers like Joyce Marshall, a Registered...

    Avoiding Slips and Falls: 5 Risk Factors You Need to Know

    Feb 25, 2019

    Fall Prevention Is Especially Crucial in the Winter Months.   Slips and falls become more of a concern as you age, and the winter months are especially dangerous. One wrong step and you could land in the emergency room with a broken bone.   

    Why Women Should Take a Proactive Approach to Heart Health

    Feb 11, 2019

    Heart disease is responsible for one in three deaths in women, more than the number of all cancer deaths combined. The good news is, heart disease is highly preventable. “Heart health is really foundational to good health,” says Dr. David Jones, a...

    How to Identify and Treat Sleep Apnea

    Jan 11, 2019

    Sleep is integral to overall health and wellness. Yet, so many individuals struggle to get a good night's rest - even if they believe they're sleeping through the night.

    Here's Why You Need Prenatal Massage Therapy

    Jan 8, 2019

    During pregnancy, your body goes through many changes, some of which are tougher to endure than others: muscle aches, joint swelling, and persistent hormonal headaches.  Prenatal massage may be able to help with these symptoms, while also aiding is...

    What You Should Know About Post-Partum Pelvic Health

    Jan 8, 2019

    After the birth of your baby, there are plenty of things to focus on: caring for your new child, trying to get enough sleep at night, and navigating parenthood. While these things may take up a majority of your time, taking care of yourself and your...