We often take our vision’s health for granted until we experience an eye health issue. But we can take plenty of steps before an eye health issue arises to protect our vision or maintain healthy eyesight.
Month: May 2021
Spinach-stuffed Chicken Breasts
If you want to wow your family or friends, try this stuffed chicken recipe. The best part is that it is easy and won’t take long in the kitchen. Pair with your favorite whole grain or roasted potato.
May is Stroke Awareness Month
Do you know the signs of stroke?
May is Stroke Awareness Month, a time to increase awareness about the signs and symptoms of stroke and the need to seek medical treatment as quickly as possible when a stroke occurs.
According to the American Stroke Association, stroke is the fifth leading cause of death and the leading cause of disability in the United States.
Eggplant Pizza Bites
Are you craving pizza but want to reduce your carbohydrate intake? Try these vegetarian eggplant pizzas that are full of flavor and are healthy to boot! Buy low-fat mozzarella to help reduce the saturated fat.
Carroll Hospital Health Chat: Allergies
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Kristin Adelmeyer, C.R.N.P., of Carroll Health Group Primary Care , discusses spring and summer allergies.
National Women’s Health Week: May 9 to 15
This week is National Women’s Health Week, a time when women are encouraged to focus on themselves by making their health a priority.
The following is a list of five common health issues women may face:
Panko- & Parmesan-Crusted Baked Scallops
Do you love scallops but are unsure how to cook them? This recipe is easy and will help you feel confident in the kitchen! Pair with some whole grain pasta and a non-starchy vegetable for a well-balanced meal.
Carroll Hospital Health Chat: Stroke
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Krista Johnson discusses stroke.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat live each Tuesday morning at 8:20 a.m. on WTTR AM 1470/102.3!
Reducing Added Sugars in the Diet
The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans provided by the USDA came out recently. The purpose of these guidelines is to promote health, prevent disease and focus on healthy eating through all stages of life.
Since 1980, it has been recommended to limit added sugars for optimal health, and these new guidelines are no different. Reducing added sugars in the diet can help to manage weight and help to prevent chronic illness.
Carroll Hospital Health Chat: Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Leslie Wagner discusses the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program offered by the Carroll County Bureau of Aging & Disabilities.