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5 TIPS TO REBOOT YOUR BODY & MIND for the NEW YEAR…

It’s no secret that the festive season can sometimes feel like running a marathon. Back-to-back office parties, late nights, extensive entertaining with friends and family, rich food, the stress of last minute shopping, and the endless temptation of gift baskets — it can all add up and it’s a lot to manage both physically and mentally.  It’s no wonder that by the first week of January you may be feeling a bit lackluster, exhausted, disoriented, sluggish, and less than enthusiastic about following through on your long list of New Year’s resolutions!  All hope is not lost however. Here are my Top 5 Favorite New Year Reboot Tips to help you kick-start your body & mind for the New Year.

1: h y d r a t e

This is your priority

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Workplace Stress By Michael Fairlie

It is a common assumption that health ailments have a direct correlation to physical problems, but in actuality stress can play a major role in the deterioration of one’s health. Despite the fact that going to work allows for people to pay for their homes and vacations as well as an assortment of other things that make our lives more comfortable, the workplace can also be a considerable breeding ground for stress.

Over the past few decades, a multitude of studies have shown that this job

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Examining the History of Medicare and Long-Term Care Planning BY KELLI HANSEN, RN, BSN, CMCN, LNC

As we age, our  potential  for  needing long-term care services increases with  the  rising  occurrences  of  co-morbidities amassed by the diminishing nutritional dietary habits of our society. So why do we have Medicare and what exactly does it cover in regards to our long-term care needs? Let's start by reviewing the history behind our Medicare and Medicaid programs.

HISTORY OF MEDICARE

Our first national healthcare bill specifically aimed toward coverage of senior citizens and the

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Dr. Thomas M. DeBerardino

Associate Professor Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Connecticut Health Center.

A dedicated medical professional known for his outstanding work as an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Educator.

A highly accomplished medical professional with well over two decades of diverse experience in the healthcare industry, Thomas Michael DeBerardino, M.D. has earned acknowledgement from Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Professional among Medical Professionals.

As a result of his outstanding

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Composition of a Good Diet

Without these, our body won't be able to function properly. Since we cannot synthesize vitamins in sufficient quantities, they must be obtained from dietary sources. We also need several minerals for our body to function smoothly. Calcium and phosphorous, for example, aside from being important in the strengthening and lengthening of our bones are needed by your heart to pump efficiently. Salt, aside from adding flavor to your dishes, contain sodium and chlorine which help in maintaining fluid

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