Recipe for Diabetes-Friendly Mediterranean Bowls


Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the best ways to manage the disease and prevent complications. Using quick and easy type 2-friendly recipes, like this Mediterranean bowl, are a great way to manage blood glucose levels while keeping up with life.
These Mediterranean bowls are full of healthy vegetables and packed with flavor, and the best part is that they are completely customizable! You can omit or add more of any ingredient to fit your taste. You can also easily adjust the portion size to make this a meal or a snack.

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Provides Relief for Women


Women do not often talk about pelvic health issues. Yet one in four suffers from conditions like incontinence, constipation, pelvic pain, pain during intercourse or pregnancy, abdominal pain after surgery, and endometriosis.

Pelvic health physical therapy (PT) is often the first line of defense to treat these conditions that both women and men experience. Here is what you need to know about this specialized PT.

Dietary Fats – Demystified


Monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, saturated ... dietary fats are confusing. Some benefit you and help increase HDL, or “good,” cholesterol. Others increase your LDL, or “bad,” cholesterol, and your risk for heart disease and stroke.

Keep this chart handy to identify which fats you should focus on. When you shop for food, check nutrition labels to see what types and how many grams of fat the food contains.

Know the Signs of Type 1 Diabetes — Reflecting on My Son's Fifth Diaversary


Bridget, Emerson's Internal Communications Manager, shares the story of her son's Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis to bring attention to the signs you can watch for in your own loved ones and how, through the support of incredible technology, skilled medical providers, and a lot of love, Type 1 Diabetes does not have to get in the way of a happy and healthy life.

Hiking 100 Miles Through Europe – With A Brand-New Hip 


At 69 years young, Keith Watling inspires those who love the great outdoors. He guides hikers all over the White Mountains as a volunteer leader with the Appalachian Mountain Club.  What makes his story remarkable is his fast recovery following his total right hip replacement surgery.

Signs of Perimenopause


The years leading up to a woman’s last period, called perimenopause, are filled with many changes. Some, like hot flashes, are well-known. Others may surprise you. Learn how to manage these lesser-known symptoms and embrace this new chapter of life!

Breast Cancer Surgery: Team Approach Transforms Lives


Learn how surgeons remove breast cancer and enhance women’s aesthetics through oncoplastic surgery - an advanced, all-in-one procedure.

Pickleball Safety Tips


Pickleball is a fast-paced and engaging sport that gained immense popularity in recent years. As with any physical activity, injuries can occur when playing. Here are four ways to minimize the risk of injuries while playing this fun game.

When to Get the New Flu, COVID, and RSV Vaccines  


With the fall season comes magnificent foliage, back-to-school, apple picking, cooler days, and respiratory illnesses. The good news is this fall, new vaccines are available to help prevent some of the most common respiratory illnesses more than ever.

Versatile Autumn Quinoa Salad


If you are looking for a healthy lunch or dinner, this recipe delivers a flavorful and heart-healthy dish. Bonus: It is easy to customize for many different tastes and dietary needs. Get creative and savor the tastes of fall!

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