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Put the Heart Back into Your Practice

Put the Heart Back into Your Practice

National Heart Month is the perfect time to commit to putting the heart back into your medical practice. Implementing a heart-centered approach to health and wellness can have meaningful and long-lasting benefits for physicians, their patients, and their practices....

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Diet and Lifestyle “Do’s” for a Happy Heart

Diet and Lifestyle “Do’s” for a Happy Heart

February is National Heart Month, and there’s no better time to make lifestyle changes to keep your heart happy and healthy! Diet, exercise, controlling stress, and getting enough sleep are all factors that can play a big role in maintaining good heart health and...

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Heart-Healthy (Vegan) Chocolate Mousse

Heart-Healthy (Vegan) Chocolate Mousse

Recipe by Susan Greeley, MS, RDN With February being the month dedicated to cardiovascular health and prevention, here is a way to have your chocolate and have it benefit your heart too! This is a rich, decadent, and “guilt-free” option for anyone looking for a...

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Susan’s Spicy Butternut Squash Soup

Susan’s Spicy Butternut Squash Soup

Recipe by Susan Greeley, MS, RDN This is a spicy, feel-good soup that tastes decadent yet is light and what I’d call an “anti-inflammatory powerhouse”! Ingredients: 1 butternut squash 2 Tb coconut oil 2 shallots, peeled and sliced 3 Tb chopped fresh ginger 2 tsp...

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Pasta e Fagioli

Pasta e Fagioli

Recipe by Susan Greeley, MS, RDN Simple homemade “peasant food” such as soup is an easy way to get great nutrition while keeping your energy and mood lifted all winter long! This is a take on a favorite that can easily be made gluten-free. Ingredients: 1 Tb avocado or...

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Don’t Let Physician Burnout Get the Best of You This Year!

Don’t Let Physician Burnout Get the Best of You This Year!

There are many rewards that come with being a physician.  However, there is also a tremendous amount of stress.  In fact, physician burnout is occurring at a significantly high rate.  And it’s no wonder -- with long hours, countless administrative responsibilities,...

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Keeping the Happy in “Happy Holidays”

Keeping the Happy in “Happy Holidays”

The holidays are a busy and hectic time for most of us. With parties, shopping, and an endless list of things that need to be done, you might find yourself tired and stressed out more than usual. However, by making sure you focus on yourself and getting enough sleep,...

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Giving Thanks is Good for Your Health

Giving Thanks is Good for Your Health

The holidays are almost upon us, which often creates the potential for additional stress, post-holiday depression and general winter blues. But there is a way to avoid all three, and it’s as easy as saying “thank you.” Expressions of gratitude can greatly diminish feelings of sadness, symptoms of depression and yes, it can even make you happy in the long run.

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Are Primary Care Physicians Underpaid?

Are Primary Care Physicians Underpaid?

Primary care physicians serve on the front lines of our healthcare system, providing preventative care and consultation for unwieldy patient panels, identifying potential health issues before they become problems for their patients. There is a current debate concerning the salary discrepancies between primary care physicians and their specialist cohort.

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Busting the Myths About Concierge Medicine

Busting the Myths About Concierge Medicine

Even though the concierge medical practice model has been around for close to two decades and has evolved along with the changing healthcare environment, confusion and certain preconceived ideas about it persist within the medical community. It’s time to bust a few...

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