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Lower Back Pain: Common Problem

by Kimberly Hays June 14th, 2024





Lower back pain is a common condition. It affects 90% of adults in the U.S. at some point in their lives. It is also a symptom, and not a disease, and most often, actually 80% of the time, a physical

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Building Meaningful Relationships

by Lori Sciame June 7th, 2024





My relationship post this week is in honor of National Men's Health Month. This is because building meaningful relationships with peers has a direct correspondence with a man's mental health. In essence, although many men tend to not like talking about emotions, they still benefit from the company of male friends. In tough times, male friends may not discuss issues non-stop like the majority of females do,

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Summer Tips for Children

by Tom Seman MD FAAP May 31st, 2024





How can I make summer more enjoyable for my child?





June is almost here, a time of endings and new beginnings, where children are finishing their school year and entering vacation. The many complaints of waking up early and getting ready for the bus or carpool are gone, thankfully. Days filled with schedules and routines have ended, and the children should be happy and ready to have fun.

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  • Healthy Road Trip Snacks

    by Louise May 24th, 2024





    Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. A popular choice for a summer vacation is a family road trip. Road trips are fairly friendly as far as wallets are concerned (though they were much more so a decade ago when the gas prices weren't quite so high), but not as friendly as far as stomachs are concerned. It's

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  • Dealing with Grief

    by Jessica B. May 17th, 2024





    We live in a society that constantly pushes us to be positive, but part of the human experience is also the grieving process, the way we as individuals handle overwhelmingly sad and tragic situations. For some it could be a break-up, the loss of a loved one, the loss of a job, a missed opportunity, or a tough diagnosis. These

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  • The Sadness of Sabotage

    by Lori Sciame May 10th, 2024





    Some people have a difficult time finding love because they sabotage their own budding relationships. This means that instead of letting a connection develop gradually, they may seek to control or test the other person for several reasons. If a person finds himself or herself alone, even after being successful at getting first, second, and even third dates, he or

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