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Socialization and Stress

Humans are social creatures. We rely on socialization to physically decrease our levels of stress and to feel engaged within a community. “Adequate amounts of social support are associated with increases in levels of a hormone called oxytocin, which functions to...

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SENS Solution® Pillars for Better Sleep

Have you ever lay in bed, staring at the ceiling at 2 o’clock in the morning frustrated that you can’t get some shut eye? Well, you aren’t alone. In fact, 50-70 million U.S. adults have sleep or wakefulness disorders, or poor sleep hygiene.[i] Sleep is necessary for a...

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Sleep Is the New Black

For years, busy Type A personalities scoffed that they’d “sleep when they’re dead,” college students would pump themselves full of caffeine and pull “all-nighters” to cram for exams, and executives would boast about how they only needed four hours of sleep a night to...

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Eating to Lose Weight

We all know the routine by now. New Year’s resolutions come and go and by early Spring you are back to your old routine. That gym membership is languishing in the corner and old eating habits are in full swing. Castle Connolly Private Health Partners held an event for...

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Providing A More Personal Touch

When we’re not feeling well, we all want to be treated immediately by doctors who understand us as well as their specialties. There’s a growing need for quality doctor/patient relationships on both sides of the exam table and, with it, a growing field — concierge...

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10 Simple Movements for a Healthier Lifestyle

10 simple movements for a healthier lifestyle Omni Kitts Ferrara, CEO of Yoga Mechanics We have all heard the old adage, “If you don’t move it, you lose it.” There is great wisdom in these words. Contrary to popular belief, movement among us is on the decline....

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SENS Solutions to your 2018 Resolutions

SENS Solutions to your 2018 Resolutions Neal Pire, MA, CHC, EP-C, FACSM, National Director of Wellness Services Do you make New Year’s resolutions? Many of us do. We start every year with our best intentions, but often find that in as little as just a few short weeks...

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Take Back Control of Your Practice

What We're Reading There is no question that the healthcare field is in currently in turmoil, with multiple attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act and political uncertainty regarding government-funded healthcare, so we were pleased to spot this article on the...

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Age is Just a Number

What we're reading Social conventions have conditioned us to think that aging means slowing down, becoming sedentary and living a quieter, less active life. Society couldn’t be any more wrong. In fact, studies show that an active and healthy routine helps brain...

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Dear Diary

Keeping a daily journal has been shown to provide numerous benefits to our physical well-being.[1] Not only does journaling help us track patterns and behaviors over time, it also helps organize our thoughts, can reduce stress, and may even help us be better...

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