Healthy Snacks On-The-Go

April 6th, 2015

Nutritionist Approved: Healthy snack products to look for on your next grocery trip By Elisa Bremner, RD This is the first edition of a series of nutritionist-approved food products on the market. Snacks are an important and useful way to stave off hunger, bolster nutrient intake, keep energy up and satisfy the occasional craving (for […]

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Pulmonary Rehab and Quality of Life

April 1st, 2015

Pulmonary Rehab Can Improve Quality of Life By Harlan R. Weinberg Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is increasingly recognized as a significant part of treatment for people with chronic respiratory illnesses and other lung conditions. Even for those with very impaired lung function, this specialized rehab can improve quality of life and the ability to live independently. […]

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Dealing with Caregiver Stress

March 20th, 2015

“Caregiving can be very isolating, is a job most people didn’t apply for and never received proper training in, and does not pay very well,” says Jerri Rosenfeld, a social worker at Northern Westchester Hospital’s Ken Hamilton Caregivers Center in Mount Kisco, NY. Jerri spoke with; read complete article here to see tips on […]

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