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February is American Heart Month. The term “heart disease” refers to several types of heart conditions. You can greatly reduce your risk of heart disease through lifestyle changes and in some cases, medicine.
Those who regularly participate in physical activity benefit from a reduced risk of chronic disease, certain cancers, improved feelings of overall well-being and much more.
You can earn up to a $200 incentive from the State of Arizona for participating in the Health Impact Program (HIP) to help you make small, everyday changes to experience better health.
Respite care refers to short-term care and assistance allowing the regular caregiver or family a break from the stress and work involved in caregiving.
If you feel more depressed than normal for an extended period of time following the holidays, do not be afraid to seek help from a professional.
National Family Caregivers Month is dedicated to addressing the many challenges facing family caregivers.
Before we commit and take that “all or nothing” approach to make the magic happen single-handedly, let us pause and reflect on the “6 Ps” of approaches to thrive and enjoy life’s events.
Due to the changes he or she has experienced, a person with Alzheimer's may experience a sense of loss during the holidays.
How the expanded services fit into LWC's overall vision, and how a new campuswide effort will take that vision to the next level.