Weight Loss

12 Weight Loss Programs- What Actually Works?

As we discussed last week, there are a slew of weight loss programs that promise quick results. The question is- are they long lasting? Weight loss programs can be a way to jump start a diet and learn healthy habits to encourage long term results. When deciding which may be best for you, there are… Continue reading 12 Weight Loss Programs- What Actually Works?

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Weekly Exercise

Exercise Of The Week: Chair Eagle Pose

Seated versions of yoga poses are a great option for helping stay limber when sitting for extended periods of time. The sitting version of the Eagle Pose is primarily a shoulder stretch but some people also find that it improves low back pain. Cross your right thigh over your left thigh. If you can, wrap… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Chair Eagle Pose

Tip/Thought of the Day

Is There Relief From The Common Cold?

The common cold is one of the most common infectious diseases in humans. Adults will average roughly 2-3 colds a year, and children are prone to even more. You know the drill- a sore throat comes on for a few days, accompanied by fatigue, potentially even a low-grade fever. Then arrives the congestion, coughing, and… Continue reading Is There Relief From The Common Cold?

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Weight Loss

Do Diet Plans Work?

Diets that promise quick weight-loss results are eye-catching, but often overlook the principles of long-term, sustainable, healthy eating. Understanding the different types of weight-loss programs and fad diets saturating the market is imperative to actually succeeding.  Too often, we become desperate to lose weight and turn to fad diets. Unfortunately, finding reliable information about their… Continue reading Do Diet Plans Work?

Tip/Thought of the Day

Vaccines Protect The Community, Not Only The Individual

When I was eight years old I remember getting sick. I have a vague memory of multiple doctors coming to visit and then whispering to my parents in the hall after. I stayed home, in bed, for two weeks. I slept through most of that time, but to this day I’ll never forget the look… Continue reading Vaccines Protect The Community, Not Only The Individual