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Healing Your Heart with Cardiac Rehabilitation

Feb 1, 2023 — February is American Heart Month. This is a great time to learn about cardiac rehabilitation, an important healthcare resource for people who have heart problems. It includes exercise, education on heart-healthy living, and counseling to reduce stress and help patients return to an active life. Patients receive personalized, comprehensive care from a team of experienced... Read More

Meditation for Health: 5 Scientific Takeaways

Jan 15, 2023 — What do the Beatles, Oprah, and Stephen Curry all have in common? Meditation. All found meditation beneficial and helped make it mainstream. Today, meditation is popular, with over 14% of Americans practicing some type of meditation. In 2017, more than 5% of children aged 4 to 17 years were participating in mediation, with some schools... Read More

Resolve to Save Energy—and Money—in 2023

Jan 2, 2023 — Was “save money” on your list of New Year’s resolutions this year? There are all sorts of ways to spend less that can that add up to big savings—and one of those things can benefit not only our wallet, but also the environment. The U.S. Department of Energy offers 10 tips for saving money by... Read More

Skin Care Tips for Winter

Dec 15, 2022 — As we grow older, we’re more likely to experience the discomfort of dry skin—especially in the winter months. Here is some helpful information from the American Academy of Dermatology: Dry skin is a common problem during the winter and its effects can be painful, causing the skin to flake, itch, crack and even bleed. Yet... Read More

8 Ways to Protect Your Memory

Dec 1, 2022 — When you think about your own aging process, what concerns you the most? Did you know that more people report apprehension about memory loss than about heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis or any other condition? It is true that we experience memory changes as we age. Our speed of recollection and the amount of detail we... Read More

Dementia and Depression

Nov 15, 2022 — Depression is one of the most common conditions affecting older adults. According to the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, an estimated 15 percent of people older than 65 are dealing with depression, which affects the whole person: mind, body and emotions. Symptoms include a persistent feeling of sadness, lack of energy, changes in normal... Read More

Foods That Are Good For Your Brain

Nov 1, 2022 — A miracle brain power supplement? Superfood capsules? Herbal shakes with mysterious “cognitive health” enzymes? If you watch TV or go on the internet or read magazines, you are likely bombarded with commercials for products claiming to protect the memory and stave off dementia, even to “boost brain power.” Then there are nutrition “experts” who make... Read More

Lifestyle Changes to Lower the Risk of Cancer

Oct 15, 2022 — According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, only following heart disease. Each year, almost 1,800,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer, and close to 600,000 people will die of the disease. Just as the CDC’s name implies, “control and prevention”... Read More

Socialization is Good for the Brain

Oct 1, 2022 — Much recent research has shed light on what’s been called an “epidemic” of loneliness among seniors. A recent study from the University of Michigan found that 25% of older adults reported feeling lonely. We know that loneliness is a health problem—experts have called it “as bad for our health as smoking or obesity.” In particular,... Read More

Goodbye Summer—Hello Bunion Pain

Sep 15, 2022 — Autumn brings more cooler days – and more foot pain! Specifically, the pain caused by bunions.  Why? According to the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS), it’s because people, especially women, often wear sandals and other lighter shoes all summer. When the temperature drops, out come the enclosed-toe shoes—and with them bunion pain... Read More