Health & Wellness

Cruciferous Vegetables

“Cruciferous” may sound like a type of vegetable you don’t want to eat—but you should! They are a group of ...
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Occupational Therapy Month

Following an injury, surgery or illness, people often need assistance from a trained professional to help them improve the physical ...
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National Health Care Decisions Day

Monday, April 16 has been designated National Health Care Decisions Day ...
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Daylight Saving Time & Your Health

Remember to set your clocks one hour ahead on Sunday, March 11, when we spring forward for daylight saving time ...
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February is Heart Health Month

Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death, both locally and nationally. One out of every four people ...
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Pneumonia 101

Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. It is the most common complication of the flu in adults ...
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Holiday Grief

For many who have recently lost a loved one, the thought of the upcoming holiday season is a lot to ...
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Understanding Hospice Care

November is National Hospice & Palliative Care Month. Regina Bodnar, executive director of Carroll Hospice, answers some frequently asked questions ...
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Self-Care During the Holidays

While the holiday season can be a joyous time, it can also be a time of heightened emotional stress and ...
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More Ways to Stay Healthy

We recently focused on the benefits of healthy eating. Now, here are some additional healthy habits to keep you feeling ...
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