On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Kristin Adelmeyer, C.R.N.P., of Carroll Health Group Primary Care , discusses spring and summer allergies.
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:
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.
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.
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Leslie Wagner discusses the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program offered by the Carroll County Bureau of Aging & Disabilities.
This salad meets all the criteria for a well-balanced meal since it has protein and a high fiber carb from the chickpeas along with healthy fats from avocado. The apple cider vinegar dressing is easy to make and will become a staple for sure.
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Joanna Van Eckenhorn discusses the importance of advance care planning.
If you need assistance in completing an advance directive, appointments are being scheduled for Tuesday, May 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Tevis Center for Wellness. Appointments are required. Please call 410-871-7000 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat live each Tuesday morning at 8:20 a.m. on WTTR AM 1470/102.3!