It wasn’t what she had hoped for or wished for, but as she says, “It is what it is.” And so we are muddling through.
‘Tis the season for giving — and what better gift to give yourself than better health.
Have you noticed that your parents appear depressed or helpless? Have they lost interest in the hobbies they’ve always enjoyed? Are they overeating or have they lost their appetite?
All too often, we find ourselves falling to the bottom of the list, putting everything and everyone else first. I’m encouraging you to start doing the opposite.
There’s no quick fix for chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, arthritis and obesity, to name a few. It takes a care plan built on trust, compassion, lifestyle modifications and listening.
Phil Haines, a retired Marine Corp gunnery sergeant, has run 25 marathons and has always been in great shape. But he had two risk factors that he couldn’t outrun.
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"Mountain climbers look at mountains and think, 'I can climb that,'" the 52-year-old said. "Swimmers look at (water) and think, 'I could swim that.'"
Omaha man Paul Shadle is one of 25 individuals featured in a national campaign from the nonprofit Fight Colorectal Cancer. The campaign, which features video and images of the individuals, runs through the month of March.