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Can a National Park Prescription Improve Mental Health?

by Skye Sherman    •    June 24, 2024

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In the modern age, mental health challenges are increasingly prevalent. To combat this, healthcare professionals are exploring innovative ways to improve wellness from the inside out.

How to Maintain a Healthy Weight After Ozempic

by Skye Sherman    •    June 4, 2024

How to Maintain a Healthy Weight After Ozempic preview

If you haven’t heard of Ozempic by now, you’ve probably been living under a rock. Ozempic, or semaglutide, is a medication originally designed to manage type 2 diabetes...

8 Signs That You’re Losing Weight – Without Using a Scale

by Skye Sherman    •    May 13, 2024

Sure, the scale is one way to objectively tell if you’ve lost weight, but it doesn’t tell the whole story.

Suffering from Stomach Ulcers or Gastric Reflux? It Could be Your Hygiene!

by Dr. Francoise Sidime    •    February 26, 2024

Suffering from Stomach Ulcers or Gastric Reflux? It Could be Your Hygiene! preview

When you think about stomach ulcers, the main culprits that come to mind are stress, smoking, alcohol consumption, overuse of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), genetics, or an underlying medical issue.

Does Mindfulness Help Those Experiencing Diabetes Distress?

by Natasha    •    January 29, 2024

Does Mindfulness Help Those Experiencing Diabetes Distress preview

Diabetes has a profound impact on one’s mental health. This is so well known, in fact, that the negative emotions experienced in response to living with diabetes have, together, been defined as diabetes distress.

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