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Newest Health Risk of Too Much Sitting

Follow the link below to read this scary new fact about sitting too often:

The Difference Between Anxiety & Stress

Source from The Huffington Post    It’s safe to assume that most of us have experienced stress in one form or another, whether it’s a deadline at work, a family conflict or an important decision. The constricting, chest-pressing fear can feel never ending and can put us into a state of unrest. With stressful elements… Read more »

Depression and Sleep: Getting the Right Amount

Source from Everyday Health A change in your sleep habits is one of the most common effects of depression. Lack of sleep can start before depression, be a symptom of depression, and make depression worse. “Depression and sleep are closely related,” says Prashant Gajwani, MD, associate professor and vice chairman of clinical affairs in the department of… Read more »

Q & A: Medicare & Nursing Home Care

Question: Does Medicare really pay for the first 10 days of nursing home care? Answer: The answer is bit more complicated than a simple yes or no. But it is certainly a myth that Medicare covers long term care. Regretfully, it’s a myth that many people believe: in a recent survey conducted by AARP, more than… Read more »

Recipe of the Week-Warm Chicken-Sausage and Potato Salad

Prep Time: 5 mins Cook Time: 30 mins  Total Time: 35 mins Ingredients 1 pounds potato(es), small, cut in half 1 bag lettuce, arugula, 5-ounce bag (about 4 cups, gentley packed) 12 ounce(s) sausage, chicken, precooked, cut crosswise into 1/2 pieces 1/3 cup(s) vinegar, cider 1 tablespoon maple syrup 1 tablespoon mustard, Dijon, or whole-grain mustard 1 tablespoon… Read more »

Beating the Monday Blues

Source from The Huffington Post Every week it comes around and every week we feel miserable that it’s the start of a new work week. UGH MONDAYS! However, you don’t need to feel so miserable! If you follow these 7 steps, you’re guaranteed to start your Monday mornings off fresh and ready! 1. Get More… Read more »

Digital Damage to Your Eyes

  Source from Our lives have increasingly become more digital today. While some may see this as a benefit, others are finding that it can literally be a pain in the eye. Digital eyestrain is now a common problem. Eye and vision problems are reported in 70 to 75% of computer workers, according to the American… Read more »

RESOURCE: Managing Caregiver Stress

Being a family caregiver can leave you feeling exhausted, unappreciated, and overwhelmed. Follow the link below to a great (and free) website where you can find the support you need to provide care for your loved one(s). Complete with more resources, support groups, and advice from the experts, you’ll have the inner strength you need… Read more »

Top 5 Reasons the Affordable Care Act Will Help People with Disabilities

Source from The Arc The Affordable Care Act marked one of the most significant laws for people with disabilities since the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990. This year, implementation is moving into high gear and we want to highlight the top reasons this landmark legislation will help individuals with intellectual and… Read more »

Acadian On Call Medication Dispensers

Never forget to take your medication again! Feel secure knowing that the MedReady Medication Dispenser gives the correct medication in the right amounts at the proper time! Large 1/2″ L.E.D. screen displays the time and aids setting alarms Alarm sounds and light flashes for (up to) 30 minutes when dosage is due And more Order… Read more »