Winter Tips

How Serious is a Peanut Allergy?

By Anthony Fazio
December 29, 2014
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One of the most common types of food allergy is a peanut allergy. It is still unclear why some individuals have peanut allergies and some do not. But in those individuals with this allergy, the body perceives peanuts as something dangerous and this prompts the immune system to respond. For some people, this allergy can...  read more


Maintaining Healthy Bones

By Anthony Fazio
December 29, 2014
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Don’t neglect your bones! They provide structure to our body, protect our organs, and enable us to move. In most people, peak bone mass is reached by age 30. As you get older, the rate at which bone is made becomes slower than the rate that it is broken down. Therefore, it is important to...  read more


Seasonal Affective Disorder: Do you have it? And what to do about it!

By Anthony Fazio
November 17, 2014
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Feeling Sad from S.A.D (Seasonal Affective Disorder)? It’s that time of year again where the seasons change, days grow shorter and you find yourself feeling a little blue; only this year, don’t brush it off, take steps to prepare yourself. Those winter blues may be due to something called seasonal affective disorder. Seasonal affective disorder...  read more


Traveling: What you need to know before vacationing abroad or within the US

By Anthony Fazio
October 27, 2014
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As the winter months forge ahead, it is easy to get caught up in planning your next big vacation. There are a few things to consider when booking a trip, whether it be recommended vaccinations, how to travel with prescription medications, and what to pack in an emergency health kit. In today’s post we have...  read more


Exercise Your Way to Better Health! By William Ginsberg

By admin
February 5, 2014
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You know that exercising is a great way to relieve stress, stay healthy, and feel good about yourself. But did you know that exercising can help improve many common medical conditions? The key is to follow an exercise program that includes both aerobic exercise and strength training, and stick to it over a long period...  read more


Staying Safe and Healthy in Winter Weather

By admin
February 5, 2014
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Winter has arrived, and it is here in full force. With freezing temperatures and icy roads, it can be challenging to maintain good health. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has issued excellent advice for preventing cold temperature-related injuries and health conditions. The Dangers of Winter Weather In addition to fall-related injuries (such...  read more


The Seasonal Flu and What You Should Do

By admin
February 5, 2014
Upload: March 17, 2014

We’ve all heard of the flu, but what’s the big deal about it? Influenza, commonly called the “flu”, can be a serious illness that can lead to hospitalization and even death. So what do you need to know about the flu, and what can you do to protect yourself? Why should people get vaccinated against...  read more


How to Safely Shovel Snow

By admin
February 5, 2014
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Whether you love it or hate it, the winter season will inevitably bring snow. When you are clearing your sidewalk or driveway, always ensure you are shoveling in a safe manner. Shoveling snow can be strenuous as it can raise your heart rate and blood pressure. Here are some helpful tips: Using the right snow...  read more


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