Cold and Flu Season: Facts and Myths About Staying Healthy
While December often evokes images of holiday meals with friends and family, cold and flu season can throw a wrench in those joyful events. That’s why This Week’s blog post focuses on ways to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season. We’ll explore the…Read more
Feeling Bloated? Tips for Taking Care of Digestive Health
If you’ve still got a bloated belly full of Thanksgiving trimmings and treats, you might feel like you won’t finish digesting your dinner until after the new year—especially since protein and fat-rich meals take longer to break down than fiber-rich ones. That’s why This Week’s…Read more
Cooking a Delicious and Healthy Thanksgiving Meal
Healthy Thanksgiving can sound impossible—the holiday usually evokes images of football games and second (and third) helpings of mashed potatoes, gravy, and stuffing. Opting for healthy versions of your favorite dishes can help keep you energized and beat the Thanksgiving bloat. That’s why This Week’s…Read more
Managing Blood Sugar in Day-To-Day Life: Tips and Tricks
Managing bloods sugar over the holiday season can be a challenge, and the temptation to overeat might be high. However, those extra helpings of carb and fat-laden foods can do more than just increase your waistline—they can also wreak havoc on your blood sugar levels….Read more
Indoor Air Quality and Tips for Breathing Easier Indoors
Indoor air quality becomes especially important in winter—with fall winds chilling the air these past few weeks, you might find yourself huddling indoors with the heat turned up. While staying in can help keep you toasty, that dry, stale air might not be so friendly…Read more
Healthy Halloween: Keeping the Sugar Frenzy to a Minimum
Goblins and ghouls and ghosts—oh my! While Halloween might evoke thoughts of haunted houses and creepy monsters, the scariest thing about October 31 might just be the amount of processed sugar your kids (and let’s face it—YOU) end up eating. That’s why This Week’s blog…Read more
Respiratory Care Week: Celebrating Respiratory Health in Physical Fitness
While many people are concerned about physical fitness and maintaining a healthy weight, the notion of respiratory fitness sometimes doesn’t come up on the radar. However, proper lung health is essential in order to maintain a healthy body—how else are you going to sprint up…Read more
Switching Up Your Running Routine—How to Stay One Step Ahead
With temperatures dropping and daylight diminishing in the U.S., the temptation to hibernate might be growing stronger. That’s why many people are turning to their exercise routines to help keep their energy high and spirits up. This Week’s blog post explores some creative ways to…Read more
Train Like a Pro: the HIIT Workout Routines Used by the Fittest People
With fall temps descending upon much of the U.S., many people are taking their workouts indoors. While that might conjure images of boring miles logged on a treadmill or endless reps on weight machines, just a few tweaks can help turn indoor workouts into serious…Read more
Health Hero Jonathan Terrell On the World Marathon Challenge
Jonathan Terrell’s motto is “Show up. Enjoy the journey. Never give up.” It’s clear that the 55-year-old walks (or runs!) his talk given that he completed the World Marathon Challenge this past February—a grueling race that has participants run 7 marathons in 7 days on…Read more
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