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  • 05/30/18

    How do you tell a loved one? You can no longer drive. You have dementia You need help at home You need to go to an assisted living facility It’s time to put you in hospice These are just a few examples what loved ones can be faced with as we grow older. Call Sue… she can […]

  • 05/25/18

    Simple tips to help you get started!!! Your taste buds might not be ready for a vegetable smoothie so here are some tips to help you in your journey. Beginners: 1 cup of romaine lettuce ¼ cup of blueberries 4 strawberries 1-2 tablespoons of almond butter 1 scoop of chocolate or vanilla protein powder (hemp, […]

  • 04/26/18

      Have you wondered if you are at risk for Breast Cancer? Women in the U.S. have a “1 in 8” (or about 12 percent) lifetime risk of getting breast cancer. This means for every 8 women in the U.S., 1 will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime. The BRCA gene test is […]

  • 04/18/18

      The United States is facing an opioid epidemic. According the the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were 63,632 drug overdose deaths in 2016, 174 deaths per day; one death every 8.28 minutes; 42,249 (66.4%) of those deaths were due to opioids.  More deaths than those as a result of firearms, […]

  • 03/26/18

    This one pan, roasted basil chicken is an easy meal that’s bursting with flavor. Red onions and sliced kumquats become deliciously sweet when roasted.   Kumquats are made up of a wide variety of essential oils, including limonene, alpha-pinene, monoterpenes, and many others. They also contain fiber, potassium, calcium, vitamin C, beneficial fats, and vitamin A. […]

  • 03/07/18

    Thank you again for your confidence in us and our practice and we wish you the best of health.