Posted by: Nicole Williams in: ● December 26, 2010
Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas yesterday! We hope that it was day filled with family, food and fun! For many of you, returning unwanted gifts at the end of the holiday season will be a snap. But you may also come out of the holidays with something that isn’t so easy to take [...]
Happy Holidays from all of us at Stanly Regional Medical Center!
Are you looking for something healthy, but delicious to serve at your holiday or New Year’s party? Consider Bruschetta. Made with a cup of tomatoes, this easy appetizer recipe packs a variety of health benefits. In addition to being rich in antioxidants, tomatoes also have high levels of Vitamin A, which can not only improve [...]
Posted by: Disease Management & Health Promotion Team in: ● December 22, 2010
‘Tis the season for shopping, decorating, parties, and lots of food. Tempting treats are everywhere. And while the holidays can be the most wonderful time of the year, they can also be the most stressful, especially for those with health problems. People with diabetes know that the holidays can be an especially tricky time of [...]
In many households, the holidays are the season of toys. To help make sure those toys bring joy rather than injuries, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) offers these suggestions: 1. Choose toys that are appropriate for the child’s age. And keep toys that are made for older kids away from younger siblings. 2. Include [...]
Have you noticed yourself asking others to repeat themselves? Perhaps you find you are having a difficult time catching everything your loved ones and co-workers say to you. It is possible that you may be experiencing hearing loss. Keep in mind that hearing loss is no longer something afflicts older adults; more and more younger [...]