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Top 10 Best Health & Wellness Podcasts: UPDATED

Nov 16, 2023 Comments Off on Top 10 Best Health & Wellness Podcasts: UPDATED
July 23 @ 6:39 pm

Sometimes it’s easier to slip in a little self motivation during your morning commute (and often critical to prepare during that long road trip to a family holiday gathering!). For any occasion, we bring you a compiled collection of the best and most recent health, wellness, and fitness podcasts that…

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Dear Nurse Wanda: A Pocket Full of Change

Oct 10, 2017 Comments Off on Dear Nurse Wanda: A Pocket Full of Change
July 23 @ 6:39 pm

Charleston Cares Guest Blogger, Wanda Lefler, RN, is the Nurse Manager at Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic. Each month, she will offer her insight into patient care, health management – and the art of listening. If you have a medical question for Nurse Wanda, please e-mail your questions to nursemanager.bifmc@gmail.com. Dear Nurse Wanda: I…

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Top 12 Health & Wellness Books

Apr 24, 2017 Comments Off on Top 12 Health & Wellness Books
July 23 @ 6:39 pm

Love to indulge in a little health and wellness reading? We’ve compiled a list of some of the best published works from the last three years: From mindset magnums to the history of medicine and penetrating prose on mortality, you’re bound to find a book on this list that will leave…

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Skim Health 1.6.17

Jan 6, 2017 Comments Off on Skim Health 1.6.17
July 23 @ 6:39 pm

  Top health articles of interest circulating in the media this week, 1.6.17 A recent study, to be published in the Journal of Consumer Research, reveals that consumers often equate higher food costs with quality of health – which can be problematic when it comes to choosing nutritional options in the…

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Skim Health

Dec 16, 2016 Comments Off on Skim Health
July 23 @ 6:39 pm

Top health articles of interest circulating in the media this week, 12.16.16. People who are frequently active but may spend an equal amount of time sitting display similar risks for disease and early death– even more so than their less active peers, according to this New York Times Well piece. Despite…

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