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Ditch the Scale

Healthy Lifestyle

Your weight on the scale is not always the best indicator of your health. You might be getting stronger, more fit and muscular, but the scale refuses to budge.

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The Constipation Conversation

Women's Wellness

Constipation can be a difficult subject to speak about for anyone. But it affects an overwhelming number of people.  Read about a few of the causes and what to do for relief. 

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One Doctor, One Family, Many Stories

From the Heart

Julie Frolio has been seeing Thomas Martin, MD for thirty-two years. Dr. Martin has helped Julie through several miscarriages. Julie has always felt a special connection between the two of them.

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The Meaning of Care Magazine - Fall 2013

The Meaning of Care Magazine

Read the Fall 2013 issue of The Meaning of Care Magazine.

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The Meaning of Care Magazine - Summer 2013

The Meaning of Care Magazine

Read the Summer 2013 issue of The Meaning of Care Magazine.

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The Meaning of Care Magazine - Spring 2013

The Meaning of Care Magazine

Read the Spring 2013 issue of The Meaning of Care Magazine.

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Having the Talk!

Child and Family

Where do you start the conversation with your children about "the birds and the bees"?  

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How a WWII Experience Made YOU Our Priority

From the Heart

John W. Estabrook started it when he became the administrator of Methodist Hospital. His frustration as a tuberculosis patient after WWII showed him a path to his future.

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Swimming Safety: The 5 Tips That Could Save Your Child's Life

Child and Family

It takes multiple layers of safety to be able to prevent drowning.

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Combatting Productivity Shame and Social Comparison During Quarantine

Healthy Lifestyle

Whether you've mastered a couple tricks and trades during quarantine or feel like you've accomplished nothing, mental health experts urge caution when it comes to social media now and always.