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Healthy Living: Lori Brothers

Healthy Living: Lori Brothers
  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Be alert to conserve, recover energy

    You can conserve and recover your energy by looking at the different facets that produce or drain your body’s energy sources. For example, if you’re feeling tired, eat more fish, just for the halibut!

    September 12, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: It’s time to say goodbye to summer

    The summer holidays of Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day areover. I’m so sorry to have to deliver the sad news. I decided to track down some interesting facts about summer, even though it’s behind us, to cheer us all up.

    September 5, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Choose to embrace ‘mindful living’

    A recent “graduate” of the six week Spectrum Program said what she values most about healthy choice making is “mindful living.” She reviewed how differently she is living now that she has more awareness about how she is in relationship to eating, thinking and how she decides to exercise and take care of herself.

    August 29, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Transition to fall a reminder of our internal changes

    Mid-August is such a happy time of the year. There are more tomato sandwiches, salsas and sauces than usual. Knowing people with gardens becomes a high note once again in the cycle of seasons.

    August 22, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Pain management key to healing process

    According to Hospitals and Health Network, more hospitals are developing formal in-patient pain management programs. The aim is to improve care and boost patient satisfaction. Programs should be multidisciplinary and utilize evidence-based care protocols and pathways where appropriate.

    August 15, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Raise your standards for better health

    Setting a standard for yourself equals establishing a good habit. Whenever you don’t make a habit that creates a high standard, the results can lead to decline or decay. Just think about personal hygiene as an example. If you don’t take a shower, you may not smell very appealing. If you don’t brush your teeth, cavities may form. If you don’t brush your hair, you may end up with birds nesting in it.

    August 8, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Make sure your tank is properly filled before starting your exercise routine

    I’d like to give a big “shout out” to Lugene Hudson, who is working toward getting back up to speed with her interest in running. We did have a great event this year, and I like to make sure it is clear to all the walkers that you, too, are invited to participate in our annual event. A great side note — I had a participant who won a medal in her age group. She wasn’t sure if she should come out, since she had never walked a 5K. She surprised herself. Congratulations, Amy!

    August 1, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Laughter is the best medicine after all

    Last week, I was moved to tears by a story about a man and his arthritic dog, Schoep. John Unger and his dog Schoep used to float in Lake Superior at least 10 minutes each day, if the water temperature permitted, as a form of comfort and therapy for the aging dog.

    July 25, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Good health, as well as ceramic pet ‘hair,’ can sprout from Chia

    Nutrition experts are now pointing to a little seed — one that has been better known since the 1980s as a quirky house plant — as the “newest” super food.

    July 18, 2013 1 Photo

  • Brothers.jpg Lori Brothers: Changing habits? Put your whole self in

    Changing habits is a complete reshaping of your orientation to life in order to go in a new direction and create a different reality. OK, I’m about to go a little bit “Star Wars” on you.

    July 11, 2013 1 Photo

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Yes. It’s always a good idea to change passwords regularly anyway. I just have so many, I’m not sure where to start.
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