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Community Health Blog


July 11, 2022

We’re well into the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic and chances are you’re tired, worn out, wondering if there’s an end in sight. You’re not alone. … Whatever the reason, some simple changes to your meal plan can help boost your mood as you continue to navigate the pandemic. Keep in mind that these foods aren’t a replacement for medications or therapy, but are an easy way to enhance their effects.

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June 18, 2022

Imagine going to the doctor because you’re not feeling well and being told to go outside and spend time in nature. That’s exactly what is happening in Canada, where doctors can now prescribe nature as part of a patient’s treatment plan.

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June 7, 2022

During the migration of African Americans from the South in the 20th century, so-called “Southern food” came to be enjoyed across America. It often goes by the name “Soul Food.” Not only is the cuisine delicious, but it carries

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May 31, 2022

Anytime you’re outside and the sun is shining, you should wear sunscreen. Yes, that includes the winter. However, as warm weather approaches and you spend more

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May 18, 2022

The weather is getting warmer and you’re probably ready to enjoy more time outdoors in the sunshine and fresh air. That’s a great way to take care of yourself.

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May 5, 2022

You already know that you should be eating plenty of fresh produce each day. In fact, current recommendations are to make half of your plate fruits and vegetabl

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April 29, 2022

Feeling a broad spectrum of emotions during a pandemic is normal and expected. Each of us is experiencing COVID-19 and its challenges in different ways. You may

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April 22, 2022

We’re poised to enter our third spring of the pandemic and the outlook for 2022 is different than what we experienced in the past couple of years. That’s largel

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April 15, 2022

You’ve probably heard that kids aren’t at much of a risk of serious complications from getting COVID-19. While that may be true, there’s a lot more to think abo

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March 2, 2022

Recently, a booster shot was approved for children ages 12 and up. Maybe you’re trying to decide if that booster is really necessary. There’s a lot to think abo

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