Monthly Archives: December 2015

Our Healthy Holiday Series: Be Present!

Dr. Catherine Nutting, Family Nurse Practitioner, Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine Be Intentional: Anticipation, Attitude, and Action One  way to avoid being a victim of holiday overload and distress is to be intentional.  Being intentional requires healthy anticipation of the direction a situation is headed before things get out of control.  To maintain an empowered and positive […]

Our Healthy Holiday Series: Happy Holiday Travels

Patsy Giarda, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner  8 Ways to Ease Travel with Kids AUDIO BOOKS- To cut down on excessive screen time on long car rides, choose a kid friendly audio book or series that everyone can enjoy. If you have older children, Harry Potter can be a big hit and is also one of my […]

Our Healthy Holiday Series: Keep It Simple!

Dr. Catherine Nutting, Family Nurse Practitioner, Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine Focus on the simple things in life that bring you the greatest joy and happiness! Focus on the quality rather than the quantity of holiday events Set healthy boundaries and kindly say no Avoid overextending your holiday “to do” list Enjoy a sunset, sit by the […]

Flu Update (2015)

by David Berger, MD, FAAP Note: This information is not intended to replace consultation between a patient and medical provider.  It is for general purposes only. Flu Update – December 15, 2015 [92.4 KB] Download Influenza is a virus that typically begins to appear in the Fall and then recedes as Spring progresses. While the […]

Our Healthy Holiday Series: Healthy Prioritizing

Dr. Catherine Nutting, Family Nurse Practitioner, Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine Each year many of us struggle to balance holiday events and commitments with quality family time and personal health goals. These are some of the keys we have discovered to a healthy, happy holiday season! Prioritize your time and values…           Create healthy traditions and […]