What Should You Weigh? Common Weight Loss Questions, Answered

Post date: 2/24/2020

It’s great to want to be healthy and in shape, but there’s often a lot of confusion and uncertainty about how to reach your weight loss goals the right way. It can be frustrating when you feel stuck and aren’t making any progress, or maybe you’ve even taken a few steps in the wrong direction. […]

Easy to Miss Signs of a Heart Attack in Women

Post date: 2/17/2020

Common media depictions of heart attack symptoms include a man clutching his chest, falling to the floor with an arm outstretched, instantly knowing he was having a heart attack. However, women don’t experience heart attacks the same way men do. Many women don’t recognize the early signs and symptoms, or mistake them for other health […]

The Dos and Don’ts of Brain Health

Post date: 1/13/2020

Brain health is constantly in the news – for good reason. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, a number that is estimated to triple to 14 million by the year 2060. Navigating what is good and bad for your brain health can […]

How to Stay Well During the Holidays

Post date: 12/17/2019

Holidays are full of festivities – family time, food, events, traveling, you name it. But sometimes, the holiday season can bring stress and anxiety when you’re trying to stick to healthy eating habits and a consistent exercise routine. The key to staying on track with your goals is to plan well in advance and get […]

7 Ways to Maintain Bone Health

Post date: 11/6/2019

Osteoporosis, which means porous bone, is a chronic disease characterized by the weakening of bones and significant reductions in bone density, which is the amount of bone minerals in the bone tissue itself. This can result in an increased risk of fractures and other fall-related injuries. Even mild stress can fracture an osteoporotic bone that […]

Chair Yoga For Strength, Balance and More

Post date: 10/17/2019

Do you often feel tense? Has it become difficult to bend down and tie your shoes due to stiff joints? Are you often worried about falling? If so, chair yoga is the ideal exercise to add to your daily routine. The stabilized motions of chair yoga are known to alleviate some of the most common […]

5 Benefits of Medical Nutrition Therapy

Post date: 9/19/2019

With age, dietary needs can change and shift depending on the state of your health. While maintaining good health is always a top priority, sometimes chronic diseases can creep in. However, you might be surprised to learn there are therapeutic diets which can help treat many chronic diseases. Following a personalized nutrition treatment plan, like […]

How Anti-Inflammatory Foods Can Improve Your Health

Post date: 8/26/2019

You may have heard the famous saying, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” But do you really know how important your diet can be in helping you achieve your short or long-term health goals? One of your health goals may be to lower your body’s inflammation levels, which is linked to […]

Life is a Balancing Act

Post date: 7/11/2019

When you think of balance, you might think of balancing your commitments, juggling responsibilities or how you maintained a work-life balance in your career days. However, most adults don’t prioritize their physical balance until a serious health event occurs – like after they’ve already experienced a fall. Read on to learn more about why you […]

5 ways to take action after a prediabetes diagnosis

Post date: 7/11/2019

If you’ve just been diagnosed with prediabetes, you may have questions about whether this is a permanent diagnosis or what this means for your long-term health. It might surprise you to learn that over 100 million Americans are living with some form of diabetes or prediabetes, which roughly translates to almost ten percent of our […]

Jennifer Drago Named to Chief Strategy Officer in Expanded Role

Post date: 7/10/2019

SURPRISE, Ariz.- July 9, 2019 –Jennifer Drago, formerly executive vice president of Population Health for Sun Health, has been named chief strategy officer for the organization. In Drago’s expanded role, she is responsible for Sun Health’s strategic and annual planning processes and identifying and researching new business opportunities and programs. Drago will continue to lead […]

6 Things to Know About Your New Medicare Card

Post date: 6/27/2019

In April 2018, the government began mailing revamped Medicare cards to the almost 60 million individuals enrolled in the program. In January 2019, Medicare announced that all cards were mailed, ending a nearly nine-month rollout process. When you received your new Medicare card, you may not have noticed much of a difference. But, despite their […]

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