Exploring the Causes of Chronic Fatigue: A Collaborative Approach “Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” WHO Key Points: Fatigue is a syndrome that has many potential causes. An exploration into common measures in collaboration with a provider should be […]
Prevent and Treat Prediabetes (and Diabetes) with diet.
The COVID-19 Pandemic Exposes Health Equity Gaps in the US: the Social, Economic, and Environmental Determinants of Health Key Points The increased incidence of COVID-19 is associated with high-risk populations of color and with lower socioeconomic background for multiple reasons including work exposure and living situations Increases in chronic disease conditions, such as obesity, […]
An Alternative to Flavored Yogurt: Plain Greek Yogurt, Chia Seeds, and Granola This “recipe” is more of a recommendation to incorporate three wonderful ingredients into your diet: plain Greek yogurt, granola, and chia seeds. This is a great alternative to flavored yogurts from the grocery store that are loaded with sugar and more like desserts […]
Your Brain on Smartphones: The Neuroscience of Smartphone Addiction. Our smartphones have become a trusted “companion” for accessing vast information, keeping up with our friends and family who live away from us, and passing time. However, it is hard to realize how those minutes of checking social media could amount to hours a day. […]
Dear Members, When a loved one faces the challenges of a stroke, he or she benefits from community and family support. Having a stroke is an isolating experience, when the usual form of communication and activity becomes impaired. A person may be only stay briefly in an acute hospital setting after an ischemic stroke. Following […]