Category: Lifestyle Tips

April 26, 2019

The cold has finally subsided, and we are full-swing into Spring! For many, it marks a time of leaving the confines of home to once again enjoy the warming outdoors. Whether you’re smelling the flowers…

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April 8, 2019

Springtime, particularly in the southeast, marks the start of allergy season. Anyone who’s been in the region between March and May has most likely experienced the inescapable wave of yellow plant pollen that coats nearly…

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September 24, 2018

When we think about what constitutes healthy living, proper diet and exercise are often the first two things that come up, but there’s another element being overlooked by many Americans: sleep. There’s no question that…

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May 2, 2018

While numerous in form and goal, there’s no question that games play a large role in our culture. Dating back to ancient times, games are one of the oldest forms of human interaction and are…

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July 12, 2017

Can resilience be linked to genetics? Can you be hard wired to deal with trauma and issues better than others? The Huffington Post featured an article highlighting Emory Healthy Aging Study researcher Thomas S. Wingo,…

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May 3, 2017

Do you often have tightness in your neck and shoulders? Stretching decreases muscle tension and improves circulation and range of motion. Our Clinical Research Coordinator Christy shows us some simple neck exercises to help ease tightness!…

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