Budgeting Your Calories

By Mark R Greenwood M D

We’re all familiar with the principle of a budget when it comes to managing our money. We know how much we make or are allowed, we keep track of how much we spend and on what, and we know what our balance is. But what about our calories ​​

Tips to Help Set Realistic Nutrition Goals for the Holidays

By Author
stay healthy this thanksgiving

The holidays can be a very exciting and joyous times, but they can also be filled with busy schedules and stress. Food and beverages are everywhere - we see treats, sweets, and special foods around every corner. So let’s come up with a plan to stay healthy during these temptations.

Arm and Shoulder Exercises with Minimal Equipment

By Meagan Kline
Arm_Shoulder-Workout

In case you didn't know... you don't have to go to the gym to build your arm and shoulder muscles. You can actually do some pretty simple exercises at home, using minimal equipment, to help strengthen your triceps and shoulder muscles. Check out these simple exercises and add them to your next exercise routine. 

Find the heart healthy menu item when dining out

By Kary Woodruff
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Did you know that on average, Americans will eat out four times a week? This can include grabbing something in the drive-thru or taking the family out to a nice restaurant. Either way, not knowing what is on the menu can lead to going the less-than-heart-healthy route. Check out this everyday scenario to see how you stack up on choosing the most heart-healthy menu item. 

What to Expect in the Emergency Room

By John Resch
What to expect in an emergency room

No matter what, visiting an emergency room is a stressful experience. Staff members strive to do everything possible to make patients feel safe and comfortable. However, there are eight tips everyone should understand to help an ER visit go as smoothly as possible: