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Having trouble sticking to a healthy diet? Learn strategies for healthy eating during the holidays, while eating out and on the go, from Kate Watts, a registered dietitian with Cone Health Nutrition and Diabetes Education Services. With a few simple steps, you can stay on track for a healthier you.
Leigha Jordan, MS, injury prevention coordinator, has tips to keep you and your family safe as you check items off of your holiday to-do list.
Knowing you are prepared can help reduce the stress and anxiety that often come with winter and the threat inclement weather.
Flu season is coming. Here's what you need to know about flu symptoms, flu prevention and treatment options.
Social wellness can improve overall health. People who have healthy relationships and a strong social network tend to live longer and respond better to stress.
Years ago, an HIV diagnosis meant a difficult road ahead and taking a handful of different pills each day. Today, treatment is much simpler, and according to Cornelius Van Dam, MD, most HIV patients are able to live long, healthy and normal lives.
Matthew Manning, MD, has been named chief of oncology at Cone Health. He has served as interim oncology chief since October 2018.
Thanksgiving will be here before you know it! To help you prepare for a Thanksgiving that is both happy and healthy, Melissa Leonard, MS, RDN, LDN, shares 5 tips for eating mindfully.
Practicing gratitude can reduce stress, improve quality of sleep and provide better overall wellness.
Healthy eating can be hard when you’re surrounded by delicious holiday foods, but it’s easy to make your family recipes healthier by using these 5 cooking substitutes.
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