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The Living Healthy Blog

Eggs for breakfast may be beneficial!

Posted on Aug 1, 2015

It’s a well-known fact that diet is an important aspect of diabetes control. Patients with diabetes are often taught to focus on including whole grains, lean meats, fruits, and vegetables in their diet.

Let's Get Physical(ly Fit)!

Posted on Jul 14, 2015

Now that the weather has finally made up its mind and it is warming up, there’s never been a better time to ditch your indoor blues and head outside. Not only does being outdoors boost your mood, but it offers a variety of opportunities to be...

Medication May Cause Nutritional Deficiencies

Posted on Jun 16, 2015

Medications can be life saving. But take heed: They can also rob your body of nutrients you need. Nutrient loss can happen in many ways. Symptoms of nutrient loss may come on gradually and look a lot like symptoms of aging, disease, or changes in...

Feel the Burn: Great for Muscles, Not for Skin

Posted on May 15, 2015

Warm, sunny weather often makes people long for strong muscles and a dark tan. Going to the gym and working out is a great way to strengthen your muscles, but what about all of that sun? With warm, sunny weather quickly approaching, it’s time to...

What You Need to Know About Storing Your Medications

Posted on May 15, 2015

Here’s something you may not give a second thought: “Climate control” for your medications. Those little pills (or liquids) may appear untouched by the environment. But they’re not. Extreme heat or cold can make a big difference in how well your...

Fighting Seasonal Allergies

Posted on Apr 29, 2015

Seasonal allergies are caused by exposure to outdoor allergens that trigger an allergic reaction. Typically, seasonal allergies are caused by trees in the spring, grass in the summer, and weeds in the fall. Common symptoms associated with seasonal...

Asthma Inhalers: What you need to know

Posted on Apr 17, 2015

Did you know that only seven percent of people understand how to use asthma inhalers the right way?1 Combine that with a wide array of asthma medications, and asthma management can become more than a little confusing. Together, we can change that!

Preventing Falls as You Grow Older

Posted on Mar 23, 2015

Whether it simply bruises your ego or breaks a bone, taking a fall is no fun. Each year, one in three seniors 65 and older experiences a fall—a number that has grown in recent years. For people in this age group, falling is the leading cause of injury...

Measles, Measles, Measles... Let’s Talk About Measles!!

Posted on Mar 23, 2015

Measles is an acute respiratory virus that presents with a fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes, and sore throat. Approximately two week after exposure to the virus, the acute symptoms are followed by a rash that covers the entire body. The measles virus...

No Pressure.... But Let's Lower Your Blood Pressure!

Posted on Feb 13, 2015

If you've been diagnosed with high blood pressure, your heart is working overtime. Also known as hypertension, high blood pressure not only raises the risk of heart disease. It also increases risks to your arteries, brain, kidneys, and eyes.