Pushing yourself away from the holiday dinner table doesn’t have to be the only exercise you do during the cold months ahead. There are safe ways to stay fit when Jack Frost is nipping at your nose. “You can exercise year round if you’re dressed appropriately,” said Robert Reeve, MD, Sports Medicine. In the colder … Continue reading Doctors weigh in on exercising in cold weather
Written by Jenny Kidd, RD, LD with Julie Couchman The holiday season is just around the corner, and many of us will struggle with unwanted weight gain. As we get into the season, we are faced with countless opportunities to indulge in our favorite treats. We load up our plate with a little of everything … Continue reading Curbing unwanted holiday weight gain
Snoring, restless legs, tossing, turning, hot, cold. Does this sound like a typical night’s sleep for you? If so, you are among millions of others who don’t get their required eight hours of sleep each night. As a society, we seem busier, life is more hectic and sleep doesn’t seem to be as much of … Continue reading Is a Good Night’s Rest Too Much to Ask For?
With a purse-shaped cake and a gathering of loved ones, a woman celebrates her 100th birthday, something she didn’t think she’d see when she was diagnosed with a terminal illness. But thanks to the Scott & White hospice care team, she is able to have her dying wish granted. “If there’s something that a patient … Continue reading Hospice workers help patients maintain their quality of life