Healthy Living

Visit National Parks from the Comforts of Home

Go Virtual By Sharon Kurtz ~ Be inspired and entertained while you wait out the current travel bans and lockdowns. Immerse yourself in environments that give you a real sense of place without actually being there. Now you can fill your living room with the sights and sounds of the National Parks, recreating experiences without

Arbor Hills Nature Preserve

Enjoy Fresh Air & Exercise

Social Distance with Nature Compiled by Sue Mintz ~ As the days of social distancing add up in response to COVID-19, trails are places where people can continue to be physically active and find respite. Please help keep trails open for everyone by practicing physical distancing with at least 6 feet of space between you

Telehealth: A New Way to Connect

By Mridula Nadamuni, MD ~ The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a unique set of challenges. It has brought about a period of unprecedented change as we navigate social distancing and other mitigation strategies designed to minimize the catastrophic spread of the illness. Even as hospitals prepare to care for our most vulnerable patients who are

Simple Ways to Reduce Anxiety During this Health Crisis

By Marlene Caraballo ~ In light of what’s going on worldwide right now, life can feel out of control, and many of us could use a few simple strategies to cope with our rising anxiety. Watching the news, feeling the rising fear, seeing people hoarding necessities, and the increasing worry we have for the health

What This Clinical Psychologist Wants You To Know About OCD & COVID-19

By Kristina Hallett, Ph.D., ABPP | Board-certified Clinical Psychologist “I don’t know what to do. I can’t leave the house. I literally had a panic attack as I moved toward the door, and my OCD has really escalated.” About one week before our local coronavirus “stay at home” order, I received this phone call from

Is This Crisis for Real: Coronavirus

By Dr. Grady Goodwin, Medical Director, CC Young Senior Living ~ As the concern over Coronavirus has grown in the United States, I’ve received numerous questions from patients and family members asking whether our country has over-reacted to this disease. Mostly, they’ve wanted to know whether the pandemic is as serious as the news would

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