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    The Negative Effects of Stress & How to Manage Stress in a Healthy Way

    Dec 28, 2020

    Stress gets a bad reputation, even though it is a natural and necessary phenomenon.  Without it, humans would not have survived. It’s only when stress becomes too overwhelming that it turns problematic. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are...

    Ergonomics: Ensuring Home Office Safety and Productivity

    Sep 15, 2020

    Efficiency and productivity are a key attribute of successful organizations. As business leaders strive to improve employee performance, it’s important to look at ergonomics—the study of interactions between people and their environment.

    Addressing Pediatric Feeding Issues with Feeding Therapy

    Sep 15, 2020

    More than 2.3 million American children under the age of five suffer from pediatric feeding disorder (PFD), which is defined as “impaired oral intake that is not age-appropriate and is associated with medical, nutritional, feeding skill, and/or...

    Seasonal Affective Disorder: More than the “Winter Blues”

    Feb 6, 2020

    Winter is often marked as a “season of celebration.” But, the joy of the holidays isn’t always present, especially in the shorter, darker days. Many people suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, during the winter and early spring months.

    SAIL: Helping You Stay Active and Independent for Life

    Jan 31, 2020

    Maintaining independence is an important focus for those entering their senior years. Along with independence must be the ability to remain active— specifically focusing on keeping up with your strength, fitness, and balance.

    Why Music Therapy is Such a Powerful Healing Tool

    Jan 30, 2020

    Many individuals find music to be therapeutic. The right playlist can uplift your mood and get you through the day. But, from a neurological perspective, music therapy is a bit more complicated than listening to your favorite tunes.