On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Kevin Walsh, P.A.-C., discusses winter safety tips.
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After Cancer articles address topics for those in survivorship. This month, dietitian Mindy Athas shares ways to lower inflammation and improve the immune system through nutrition for general good health.
Inflammation is linked with healing when it’s short term or acute, like with a skin cut, but chronic or long-term inflammation can wreak havoc on your immune system, making you vulnerable to illness and disease.
Casey Austin loved life.
The 42-year-old was a kid at heart, the one who could always be found at gatherings, playing on the floor or out in the backyard with the kids. “He loved life until he got too sick,” remembers his wife, Kristin Austin.
This year we may not be having a large family gathering like we usually do, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy our favorite sides on a smaller scale. Try this festive Brussels sprouts recipe for two, or double it for four servings.
In a normal year, stress, depression and a sedentary lifestyle can lead to weight gain. Unfortunately, this year’s events may make it more difficult to maintain health. During the holidays, high caloric foods and drinks are readily available, so how can we be mindful of our intake to prevent weight gain?
Here are five ways to stay focused: