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Medical fitness facilities are not gyms
Medical fitness facilities are beginning to play a huge part in the reform of health care by offering integrated services with qualified professionals, Ted Santaniello writes.
24-hour dog takes adjustment
Dr. Jonathan Beach says the attention needed by a puppy, even a highly trained diabetic-alert pooch, is much like a child would require.
Healthy lunches don't have to be boring
Be sure to consider nutrition and variety when packing your child's lunch, Jordy Kivett writes.
Exercise facilities must include proper screening
While a majority of exercise facilities include some type of screening for health disorders, many do only the minimum and some don't include this at all, allowing at-risk individuals to exercise dangerously.
Summer squash is versatile, healthy
Abundance might seem imposing but uses are plentiful, writes Cornell Cooperative Extension nutrition educator Jordy Kivett.
Exercise key component for proper diabetes control
With increased exercise during the summer months, patients often notice that they need less insulin and that blood sugars improve, Dr. Jonathan Beach writes.
Watch out for fitness fads
With the rapid grown of the fitness industry, many scientifically supported exercise techniques are now being used inappropriately by unqualified personal trainers resulting in popular but unsafe fitness trends, Ted Santaniello says.
Make smart choices when eating out
Eating away from home is often a hidden source of excess calories in a person's diet, but some planning and minor alterations to your order can cut calories, Jordy Kivett writes.
The truth about personal trainers
Just because a person has the title "personal trainer" does not mean that they are qualified for the job, Ted Santaniello writes.
Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated in heat
Jordy Kivett offers tips to make water more appealing.
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