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Fat shaming is wrong and harmful

February 9, 2017

As society changes, we are seeing more people vocalize their displeasure with how others may live their lives. Obesity seems to be one of the conditions to which some are very negative. Fat shaming is a term that is used to describe this. Fat shaming is the act of poking fun of someone for being […]

Having compassion is good for one’s health

January 27, 2017

Many people have noted that the mood of the country has changed. There seems to be a change in how some are behaving. People for some reason have been given license to mistreat others. Some would even say that civility is now dead. Political correctness has been thrown out of the window and it is […]

Your behavior shapes your temperament

January 6, 2017

As we go along in life, things do not always go well. I recently read an article that pointed out a fact we all know, but may not really look at. Life can in fact be quite messy. We make detailed plans for a beautiful event and something happens. The food is cold. You are […]

Enjoy the holidays, avoid the stress

December 28, 2016

If you celebrate Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa or even choose not to celebrate, the holidays can be a time of immense stress for many people. This stress can be extremely harmful to one’s health. The expectations of wanting the perfect holiday is often the cause stress-from the pressure of planning to the pressure of trying to […]

Get your “red light” turned off

December 16, 2016

As this year closes out, it’s not too late to make sure you’ve addressed all of your health maintenance exams. As I have said many times, many of us are better to our cars than we are to our bodies. Let that little “red light” come on and quickly we run to the automotive mechanic […]

Don’t stress over the holidays, enjoy them

December 8, 2016

This time of the year is heavy in symbolism. The religions of many converge and living up to holiday traditions, gift giving and making merry can all be sources of stress. This should be a time of the year that is enjoyed. Do not allow it to become a period of drudgery with too many […]

Posting children’s photos online could have adverse consequences

November 11, 2016

We are in the midst of the holiday season. Many people will be sharing all kinds of pictures on social media. We just saw all of the cute pictures online of children in their Halloween costumes. No doubt they were just darling but are the parents inadvertently harming their children’s reputations? Are they sharing too […]

Does your doctor’s politics affect your care?

October 14, 2016

As we approach the end of this political season many questions have been raised by both major American parties. The question of how each party would affect health care is a serious question. The proposed answers that are given need to be examined carefully. Are the proposals meticulously thought out? Are the proposals something that […]

24th Annual Women’s Only 5K Walk & Run

October 7, 2016

More than 2,000 women gathered at the Women’s Hospital in Greensboro on October 1 to help raise money for mammograms and raise awareness about breast cancer. The Women’s Only 5K Walk & Run raised $122,387.30 so that more area women can receive mammograms to screen for breast cancer through Cone Health’s Mammography Scholarship Fund. For […]

What is a gluten free diet?

October 7, 2016

Today, many people have adopted a diet that is gluten free. This eliminates many types of breads, cakes and sweets made with wheat and barley. For some people, it is seen as a great way to eliminate those calories and lose weight. The allure of weight loss may be why we have seen so many […]

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