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From health education and information provided by Deaconess doctors and experts, to community and local resources, YourHealth connects you to the knowledge you need.

  • Sizzle Without Guilt: 7 Tips for Healthy Summer Cookouts

    Helen Schnarr, Clinical Dietitian, Deaconess

    Summer means picnics, barbeques, and other outdoor social events. It also means lots of yummy foods, many of which are not so healthy. Here are some tips--and recipes!--to help you enjoy a guilt-free summer without compromising fun or your weight loss goals. 
     

  • 8 Healthy & Fit Summer Vacation Tips

    Helen Schnarr, Clinical Dietitian, Deaconess 

    Vacation is a great time to reduce stress and rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit. It’s not, however, the time to turn back on healthy lifestyle changes you worked on through the winter and spring months. Here are a few ways to maintain healthy habits when you’re out of town and out of your normal routine.
     

  • Eat Your Veggies!

    Carolyn Burns, RD, Deaconess Weight Loss Solutions


    The farmers have been busy in the fields this spring, and their hard work is beginning to show as vegetables ripen. Soon, road-side stands and farmers markets will be brimming with people anxious to purchase their fresh seasonal vegetables. But what about the people not excited for fresh produce season?


     

  • How to Prevent Summer Brain Drain

    Kusum Pradhan, MD, FAAP, Board Certified Pediatrician-Deaconess Clinic

    The end of school often brings the end of structured academic activities – at least during summer break.  Learn how to keep your child's mind and body active through these next months, so they're ready to return to a productive school year.
     

  • Managing Spring Allergies

    Anne McLaughlin, MD Deaconess Clinic Allergist 

    Are you sneezing, sniffling and itching? You’re in good company right now, in large part due to the high tree pollen counts. This year’s spring allergy season started late due to the prolonged winter season.  All the trees were delayed in pollinating, so everything bloomed at once, leading to misery for those with spring allergies.

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