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Diabetes is a condition in which the body cannot properly regulate blood sugar levels. Type 1 diabetes is generally diagnosed in children or young adults and is caused by low production of insulin, which is needed to convert sugar to … Continue reading
It was the first day of spring, and it snowed. I sat in my dining room in Maryland with my mother, talking about whatever was in the news that morning. The big, clumpy snowflakes seemed to fall down with relish … Continue reading
Self-injurious behavior is one of those topics most people prefer to steer clear of. There can be a sense of mystery and misunderstanding about it, and uncertainty about where to turn for answers. What is SIB? Who self-injures? Why would someone choose to physically harm themselves? What can I do to help them?
This year Kick Butts Day is focusing on a campaign, Not a Replacement Kick Butts Day was March 18, but the campaign is still going on. This campaign is directed toward teens because less than one-third (31%) of smokers start … Continue reading
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA participants improve cardio endurance, muscular strength, flexibility and balance. Photo credit: Seth Nenstiel Derek, age 41, was diagnosed with cancer a few years ago. His aggressive treatment protocol killed the cancer, but at the same time severely … Continue reading
Today is Dress in Blue Day, as so deemed by the Colon Cancer Alliance. I will be wearing blue today, and here is why: One month before my father was set to walk me down the aisle, he had to … Continue reading
In honor of Kick Butts Day this month (March 18), here are a few reasons as to why you should quit smoking: Smell Let’s face it, the smell of smoke on your clothes, breath and hair is not welcoming. Whether you … Continue reading
Market Basket of the Month is an educational program that was developed to create healthy habits for students. Each month, a different produce item is featured. Educational resources developed by WellSpan Health Community Health and Wellness educators are supplied to … Continue reading