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12 Tips to Sleep Better Tonight

Source from Everyday Health, written by Linda B. White, MD “I’ll sleep when I’m dead,” sang singer-songwriter Warren Zevon. So did Bon Jovi and The Cure and other bands. Sleepy? That’s what’s caffeine (and other stimulants) are for, right? Wrong—although caffeine can be a useful tool. Also, the dead don’t sleep. Furthermore, your health, well-being, and… Read more »

10 Tips for Staying Healthy With Type 2 Diabetes

Source from Everyday Health, By Marijke Vroomen-Durning, RN | Medically reviewed by Pat F. Bass III, MD, MPH If you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, these simple strategies can help you avoid complications and enjoy life. Every day, about 5000 people are newly diagnosed with diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. And for most of them, getting… Read more »

What’s for Lunch? Stuffed Avocados!

So simple I can’t believe I never thought of it before! Easy & healthy! Prep Time: 10 mins Total Time: 10 mins Ingredients 2 medium avocado, halved, pits removed 1 cup(s) salad, tuna, or seafood salad, or chicken salad Preparation Top each avocado half with 1/4 cup of the salad.  

Choosing the Right Workout Clothes

Source from Everyday Health, By Diana Rodriguez | Medically reviewed by Christine Wilmsen Craig, MD Never mind fancy labels or the latest fashions: The best workout clothes are designed to make working out as comfortable as possible. After a hard workout, you’ll feel exhausted, tired, sore, fantastic — and will probably be covered in sweat. Believe it or not, the… Read more »

Tips for Protecting Your Electronic Devices

Source from, by Sid Kirchheimer Protect those presents Whether Santa delivered the latest-and-greatest gizmo or old-school technology, secure it. For smartphones, at the very least use the security software that is recommended by your carrier or phone manufacturer. Free products such as Lookout Mobile Security are available for Android and iPhones; AT&T now preloads it on its handsets…. Read more »

Recipe of the Week: Southwestern Corn and Black Bean Salad

Recipe from Everyday Health Prep Time: 15 mins Cook Time: 10 mins  Total Time: 25 mins Ingredients 3 ear(s) corn, on the cob, large, husked 1/3 cup(s) nuts, pine nuts 1/4 cup(s) lime juice 2 tablespoon oil, olive, extra-virgin 1/4 cup(s) cilantro, fresh, chopped 1/2 teaspoon salt pepper, black ground, to taste 30 ounce(s) beans, black, rinsed 2… Read more »

What is “Medical Staffing”?

CareGivers America Medical Staffing Services staffs medical personnel in health care facilities throughout PA and the Southern Tier of NY. *Our professionals are available for per diem, contract, temp to perm, permanent placement, and vendor management services.* CareGivers America Medical Staffing and Elder Care Services ensures that your facility is fully staffed with the most… Read more »

10 Ways to Maintain Your Brain

From the Alzheimer’s Association 1. Head First Good health starts with your brain so don’t take it for granted. It’s one of the most important body organs and needs care and maintenance. 2. Take Brain Health to Heart Heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke can increase your risk of Alzheimer’s. 3. Your Numbers… Read more »

Q and A: How do I talk with my parents about their will?

Question: How do I talk with my parents about their will? Answer: Let’s start with why people write a will or create a trust in the first place: They want to plan ahead for the costs of incapacity-for example, nursing home care-and let others know their wishes. They want to pass their assets on to… Read more »

Spotting Common Cancer Symptoms

Source: Everyday Health, Written by Diana Rodriguez | Medically reviewed by Lindsey Marcellin, MD, MPH Worried about a strange, persistent pain in your abdomen, an unusual lump, or a feeling of utter exhaustion? Certain types of cancer have specific warning signs, while others may mimic common illnesses like the flu. These signs may all seem like minor, harmless ailments, but… Read more »