Wellness

From grade school to college, every student is back in full gear, which means more homework, new teachers, and more friends. Your child being around more people means more exposure, which can lead to unexpected health problems that can throw a wrench into everyone’s schedule....

Long gone are the days of forty hour work weeks. It is true. Americans are working more and more, every day, and there is a good chance that you are part of this growing trend. Unfortunately, that means that there is less time for you...

Knowledge is power and knowing your health is half the battle. Not only does an annual physical help you understand your health, it helps your doctor in identifying potential problems that may cause you illness in the future. Most insurance companies encourage their clients to have...

Vitamin D Deficiency Vitamin D also known as the sunshine vitamin is extremely important to our overall health. This vitamin is derived from the sunlight we receive from Mother Nature, making it very unique. Vitamin D is linked to our immune system, bone health and muscle...

Lori Woodward, MS, LD, RD Inflammation is how our body’s immune system responds to attack, infection, or injury to our organs or tissue. Familiar symptoms may include pain, swelling, heat, or redness. But there is also a form of inflammation that is referred to as “silent...