Category Archive: Dr. Jaynie

3 Health Benefits of Spring Cleaning

Now that spring has arrived, you might want to do some spring cleaning. It can help you clear away some of the cold weather mess and clutter and get your house ready for… Continue reading

Tips to Help Prevent Neck Pain

Posture and body mechanics refer to how your bones and muscles align when you’re sitting, standing, sleeping, or moving around. Poor posture—such as slumped shoulders, a forward head, and a rounded back—can strain… Continue reading

Stay Active with These Home Workout Tips

Cold weather can make it hard to workout, especially if you don’t have a gym membership. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to get active right in your own home. It won’t… Continue reading

Battling the Belly Bulge

Being overweight comes with many health risks. But if you carry more weight around your waist you may be at a higher risk for weight-related health problems. This is true even if your… Continue reading

5 TIPS FOR STAYING ACTIVE DURING SUMMER

Summer is a popular time to travel. But being on the road, or in a new place, or out of your daily routine can make it harder to exercise. Are you planning on… Continue reading

GET THE SCOOP ON SUNSCREEN

  Protection from the sun is important no matter what your age or skin type. That’s because the sun emits ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause skin cancer. Sunscreen can help protect you… Continue reading

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT FITNESS TRACKER FOR YOU

There are many different types of fitness trackers you can use today. And gadgets with new features are coming onto the market all the time. There are pedometers to track your daily steps.… Continue reading

SCHOOL’S OUT, BUT FAMILY FITNESS FUN IS IN

For many kids, school is wrapping up and summer break is starting. That means more time for family fun. Why not add a dash of fitness, too? Finding active ways to spend time… Continue reading

HEALTHY WAYS TO COPE WITH A TRAUMATIC EVENT

Every year traumatic events occur around the world. Terrible crimes. Mass shootings. Acts of terror. Wars. These acts of violence can be frightening and heartbreaking, even for those who are not directly affected.… Continue reading

WHY STROKE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION ARE VITAL TO YOUR HEALTH

May is National Stroke Awareness Month. A stroke happens when the flow of blood to a part of the brain is stopped or greatly reduced. Without the flow of blood, brain cells start… Continue reading

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