Guiding News

Resolve to Exercise More

The end of the calendar year has many of thinking about the year ahead and the changes we’d like to implement for our physical and mental health. One excellent resolution that many people can use to improve their health is a goal to get more exercise! Numerous research studies have established that regular physical activity… Read More

Family Health History for a Healthier You!

Wintertime plus holidays means lots of cozy time with loved ones and a perfect time for telling stories…about family health history! Family health history is important to your health more than you might imagine. Many diseases and chronic conditions are linked to genetics and can be inherited. Family members might also share the same food… Read More

Managing Diabetic Complications

More than 133 million Americans are living with either diabetes or prediabetes. Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects how the body turns food into energy. Normally, the body breaks down most of the food we eat into sugar (glucose) and releases it into the bloodstream. Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas that… Read More

(Self) Caring for Caregivers

  According to the CDC, about one in four adults act as informal or unpaid caregivers for someone with a long-term illness or disability. By 2030, approximately 71 million people will be 65 years or older, so the need for caregivers will only increase. There are many different fulfilling benefits to being a caregiver. For… Read More