Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Health

Your H1N1 Questions Answered

With the H1N1 virus (swine flu) heightening typical seasonal flu worries, many are left confused. Here, Nurse Margery shares her research to answer common questions …

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Those who do not find time for exercise will have to find time for illness.

As we approach cold and flu season, remember these wise words from the Earl of Derby. Photo attribution:

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No Bones about It: Exercise Helps When Osteoporosis Strikes

Perhaps you never were a fan of milk. And regularly getting those calcium requirements from ice cream is a tasty, but not necessarily healthy, option. Wondering how to best care for your body to avoid the debilitating effects that can result from osteoporosis? Get moving …

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Simple Precautions to Help Stay Healthy

With predictions of a harsh flu season ahead, we assure you the Center is steadfast in our fight against the spread of germs. We continue our stringent cleaning practices, including frequent sanitary wipe-downs of visitor touch-points, disinfecting of locker rooms and overall environment, and thorough cleaning of the Child Care room (and its contents). We use safe, industrial-strength products for maximum effectiveness ...

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Exploring Nutrition with Your Taste Buds in Tow

Nutrition is an involved science. There is a surplus of information vying for our attention as the media bombards us daily. Registered Dietitian Helene Dubin, MS, RD, cuts through the fat and gets to the facts …

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