| Posted On Jun 04, 2015 | By:

5 Tips for Healthy Aging

Aging, disease, and disability are often thought of together, an inevitable part of growing old. Fortunately, this is not true! While we all do age, disease and disability are mostly due to the physiological stresses our bodies encounter over the years. There are many steps we can take to reduce these stresses as we age and therefore decrease disease and disability, improve our health, and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle in our elder years.

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| Posted On Jan 17, 2012 | By:

Pamper Yourself (Your Kids Will Thank You for It)

Whether you are raising kids or enjoying your “empty nest” or retirement, taking care of yourself affects not only you, but also those around you and all those who care about you.  It is not selfish to take a little “me, me, me” time.  When you are raising kids, you need time to recharge your batteries, relieve the inevitable stress and rejuvenate for the challenges of tomorrow.

And let’s face it: by the time your kids are grown and you are done raising them,

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| Posted On Mar 09, 2011 | By:

Acute Low Back Pain

Given the harsh winter we’ve experienced this year with lots of snow removal and ice chipping, it’s not surprising that we’ve seen an increase in the number of people experiencing acute low back pain.  Don’t jump to the conclusion, however, that if you’ve hurt your back you’re automatically facing surgery and months of recovery: the good news is that acute low back pain should go away relatively quickly and can usually be treated at home.

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