• November 15, 2013

    This is Part II of our two part blog.   In our first installment we provided basic information to help you assess your current state of mind.  In Part II, we offer coping strategies and tips for improving your mental wellness.

    The tools to mental wellness are in your own hands.  The following are suggestions every single one of us can follow for... more

  • November 13, 2013

    November 10th through the 16th is Mental Health Wellness Week.

    This is Part I of our two part blog during Mental Health Wellness Week.  In our first installment we will provide basic information to help you assess your current state of mind.  In Part II, we will offer coping strategies and tips for improving your mental wellness.

    Mental health matters. It’s connected to every part of who we are, what we say and what we do.  As noted on the... more

  • November 8, 2013

    November is National Sexual Health Month. What does that mean for you?  It could mean any number of things, because sexual health is a broad topic encompassing a wide number of conditions, diseases, disorders and diagnoses.  

    It’s about safe sex and sexually transmitted diseases. That can include the less serious diagnosis of genital warts, to Chlamydia and gonorrhea. It can also mean more serious conditions like HIV and AIDS.  

    For men, sexual health can be about bout sexual dysfunction, which... more

  • November 7, 2013

    November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, a disease that impacts nearly all our lives. If you are living with diabetes or know someone who has this disease, you’re aware of the many risks and complications associated with it.  But did you know that we’re currently in the midst of a global diabetic epidemic? The WHO (World Health Organization) estimates that currently 347 million people worldwide have diabetes. And within 15 years, it is predicted to be the seventh leading cause of death across the... more

  • November 5, 2013

    Women are more active and athletic than ever  before, but unsurprisingly, many report they are reluctant to join coed fitness centers. They express concerns that beefy, sweaty men will intimidate them while they do bench presses or lift free weights.

    Who would have ever thought it could be the other way around? And yet, an astounding number of men confess just that—a reluctance to join yoga, one of hottest fitness trends of the last ten years. Of 15 million yoga participants nationwide,... more

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