Month: December 2016

The most popular — and best — days to start a diet

Maligned Mondays are actually days that tap into the “fresh start effect,” when we feel like “a new person,” ready to take on a change in habits, according to a report. “On certain days, called...

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Physical Therapist’s Guide to Shoulder Bursitis

Shoulder bursitis is a painful condition that affects people of all ages. The condition tends to develop more in middle-aged, elderly, and individuals who have muscle weakness. Shoulder bursitis can have many causes, but the...

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9 Healthy Holiday-Eating Strategies

Fend off holiday weight gain with these easy eating tricks. The Strategy: Bring Your Own Food Contribute a healthy dish to a gathering to ensure there’s something you can indulge in. Tricks to Try Eat...

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4 ‘healthy’ habits to ditch right now

You grind it out at the gym, you chop your kale like a warrior and you pre-portion your snacks every Sunday night. You’re a wellness rock star. Or, not? What if some of your tireless...

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Allison McKenzie Travels to Haiti with STAND to Provide Physical Therapy

Allison McKenzie, PT, DPT, recently traveled to Northern Haiti with a group of physical therapists and other medical professionals to provide healthcare to residents of Haiti through Sustainable Therapy And New Development (STAND).

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