Posts Tagged 'family'

It’s that time of year to Celebrate and Remember

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What is that sound that I hear? Oh yes, it is the sound of a bat cracking while it hits a ball. It is the popping of a ball into a glove and oh yes, the smell of free cut green grass. You know that I am talking about baseball.

Posted by Bob Lujano Apr 15, 2016 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

How You Can Encourage Your Child To Be Active

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Just recently, I noticed kids are not into games that actually make them go out and spread a leg or run or do something that can count as physical activity. Ask any parent about what games do their kids love to play and you’ll get a list of PlayStation games or the games they download on their phones. Only a slight percentage of children these days, are actually a part of something which can be counted as physical activity. Although being physically active is essential for children in order to stimulate their growth in a healthy manner.

Posted by Zyana Morris Mar 02, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment

4 Tips to Fight Obesity

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Overweight and obese Americans regularly experience various forms of discrimination in many social settings and even at the workplace. For instance, on average, obese men and women earn $2 and $4 less per hour respectively at the workplace compared to non-obese workers. Sadly, a weight-based stigma can have a negative impact on a person’s health, self-esteem, and performance at work or school. This notwithstanding, 154.7 million Americans aged 20 years and older are overweight or obese. Fortunately, you can fight obesity and maintain a healthy BMI by doing the following:

Posted by Audrey Willis Feb 17, 2016 Posted in Obesity 2 Comments

American Heart Month And Preventative Care

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You spend so much time taking care of everyone around you… this February, Heart Awareness Month reminds you to take care of yourself, too. People with disabilities are at an increased risk for heart disease and with 735,000 people per year being diagnosed with this condition, it is clear that we have to be more proactive about the way we live and the way we eat. According to the Adventist University of Health Sciences Online Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, more people are passing away from heart disease than from all types of cancers combined.  Most heart disease is entirely preventable with 34% of cases being avoidable by making these simple lifestyle changes:

Posted by Audrey Willis Feb 05, 2016 Posted in Disability No Comments

Celebration of Life!

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It is interesting how we just came from being part of many year-end celebrations, yet January is considered celebration of life month. The celebration of the New Year is very much a reason to keep celebrating for the entire month of January. However, in regards to your life, there are many reasons to celebrate.

Posted by Bob Lujano Jan 11, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Why So SAD?

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to season changes.  It can affect anyone however it is more common in Women 15 to 55 years of age.   The risk of getting a first diagnosis of SAD will decrease as you age.   SAD can also carry the name of Winter Depression or Seasonal Depression. 

Posted by Windy Wills Dec 25, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

Tis’ the Season to be…

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At this time of the year as we look to buys gifts and decide who has been naughty and who has been nice. Let’s not forget to check ourselves.

Posted by Bob Lujano Dec 23, 2015 Posted in Disability No Comments

Holiday Blues?

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Every so often many people report that they have the “Holiday Blues.”  Now, I am not 100% sure what that means. I know people can feel unhappy for not seeing family, or maybe going through some tough times during this part of the year. It appears as if this is specifically directed to the holidays.

Posted by Bob Lujano Dec 04, 2015 Posted in Disability No Comments

November: National Family Caregivers Month

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A couple winters ago, it was time for Nonno (“grandfather” in Italian) to have his back surgery.  So we took him for the procedure; unfortunately, the surgery did not go as well as planned, and Nonno suffered a malicious spinal cord injury.  Now paralyzed from the waist down, Nonno had to adjust and transition into the wheelchair life.

Posted by Rebecca Cline Nov 25, 2015 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Diabetes Care Better Now

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Over the years, diabetes care has become relatively easier. Thanks to the newer technology, which allows advancement in the diabetes medical field, diabetic patients today are in better positions than diabetic patients in the 1980s and 1990s. Things are definitely looking better now for diabetics.

Posted by Arjay Miller Nov 23, 2015 Posted in Disability 2 Comments