By DeLila Bergan, JD, MA, HEC-C~ It’s undeniable that Joe Biden faces the daunting task of uniting the nation after a bitter election. On a smaller scale, the strong beliefs and emotions incited by political rhetoric this year have caused painful rifts in families and damaged friendships, as well. How do we heal these relationships?
By Jeanne Saville~ COVID-19. Quarantine. Job Losses. Home Schooling. Wildfires. Hurricanes. Recession. Protests. Violence. Every day, it seems we have more to worry about. How can we survive the mounting impact on our mental health? Don’t fret. We can learn to manage our minds and get some relief against worry and fear. History: The Great
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Bring order to that garage or shed! By Tammy O’Neil ~ Ready to start digging in the dirt and planting in the garden? Getting organized begins with a plan and requires knowing who, what, where, and how your personal garden center will function – whether it be in a garage or shed. Here are some
By Paige Powers ~ Pickle-what? Many people turn their heads when they first hear the word Pickleball. It’s a funny name for a trendy sport. Though it’s been played since the 1960s, it is growing more popular every year. You play on a miniature tennis court, with paddles similar to what you use in ping-pong.
How to achieve a balance between proper eating and healthy weight By Anna Toker, MD, FACS, FASCRS ~ When I started medical school 27 years ago, the incidence of obesity in America was 14%. Currently, the incidence is more than 40%, and further categories have been added to include morbid obesity and super morbid obesity