Archive - 2019

  • Get the Healthy Scoop on Poop

    posted by Rachel Hoffman and Sarah Goodchild on Thursday, May 23, 2019 Pooping can be a tough topic to discuss, even with a health professional. We understand the subject can be gross or embarrassing, yet the “scoop on poop” is that bowel problems can really impact many people's lives.

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  • Grilling Season

    posted by Jenna Walsh on Thursday, April 11, 2019 Spring has sprung! With the weather being warmer, it's finally my favorite time of the year – Grilling season. What a perfect opportunity to bring cooking outdoors, while still enjoying quick, yet healthful, meals. Here some simple tips to make this grilling season more beneficial for your health.

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  • What is Food Insecurity?

    posted on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 Not everyone is familiar with the term "food insecurity" yet too many Americans are familiar with the results.

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  • Little Foggy on What Breast Density Means? Here's a Clearer Picture.

    posted by JaMae Dau on Monday, March 11, 2019 Think of the last time you drove on a foggy day. In areas where the fog was light or non-existent, you could see well. Shapes and objects were easily identifiable. However, when you ran into patches of dense fog, visibility decreased. It was harder to make out shapes and recognize objects.

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  • Your Blood Pressure – New Guidelines

    posted by Colette Rossiter on Thursday, February 21, 2019 Did you know that almost half of all adults in the United States have high blood pressure? Could you be one of the 103 million at risk for heart attack and stroke? For years, we've known high blood pressure (hypertension) to be a reading of 140/90 mm Hg or higher. But guidelines have recently changed.

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