Spring welcomes runners back to the outdoors this time of year. Whether it’s your first 5K or your 8th marathon, injury prevention is a top priority for all runners. Dr. Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Specialist at our Professional Center South has some advice that’ll keep your stride strong all season long.
As if Millennials didn’t have enough to worry about, now it appears that they may need to concern themselves more about developing colorectal cancer. According to recent research, if you are among the Generation Xers or Millenials, you may be at increased risk of being diagnosed with colorectal cancer. It may be useful for younger adults to schedule a screening, especially if there is a family history of cancer. March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and the perfect time to learn more about this serious health condition that may impact your health or that of someone you love. What does the research suggest? The American Cancer Society led new research that was recently published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. The study included approximately 500,000 participants who were diagnosed with colon cancer or rectal cancer and covered the period of 1974 to 2013. Findings suggest that individuals born in 1990 have two times the risk of developing colon cancer and four times the risk of developing rectal cancer when compared to a group …
The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, are well upon us. If you’re like many Utahns, you and your family have been captivated by the skill and daring of some of the world’s most talented athletes. Maybe your kids have even asked to try some of the sports they’ve been watching.
What’s the number one New Year’s resolution? That’s an easy one: Losing weight. But do you know what #2 on the list is? This one’s not as obvious: it’s getting organized. The holidays do a number on our homes, bank accounts, and nerves; what better time to regroup and reorganize? So in the spirit of new beginnings, here are some tips that will help your living space become cleaner, more efficient, and more comfortable in 2018.
Has owning a pet improved your health? Share your experience with us for a chance to win a $50 Petco gift card! ENTER OUR CONTEST HERE At mealtimes, you pile your plate with vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein. You visit the gym as often as you can. You even get a physical every year. But, sometimes you still wonder what more you can do to boost your health. If you can relate to this scenario, the answer might be as simple as adopting a pet from your local animal shelter. While you may be skeptical if owning a pet can actually improve your health, the correlations below are pretty compelling. Owning a Pet Diminishes Symptoms of Depression According to the World Health Organization, more than 300 million people spanning all ages around the world suffer from depression. In fact, this serious mental health problem is the leading cause of disability globally. Spending quality time with a pet can elevate the levels of the mood enhancing neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin in your brain. Pets can also give …
Hello Ogden Clinic readers, We are the girls from the Two Sisters and a Story blog and we are ecstatic to be back again to share another DELICIOUS and HEALTHY recipe with you all.
When you think of “work-related health problems” does your mind immediately go to a warehouse or a construction site? Think again. The overwhelming majority of American workers spend over 8 hours each day sitting at a desk. And while desks are great for attracting clutter and displaying pictures of the kids, they’re not the ideal work environment for your health or your body.
Successful relationships are not where two people always agree, they are when two people figure out how to disagree and arrive at a solution with respect and love.
Like it or not, everything you say to yourself matters — good and bad. So why do we tend to remember the criticisms over the compliments? Why do we mull over our mistakes more often than we celebrate our successes? Why do we sometimes say things about ourselves that we’d never say to other people?
My name is Lisa but some people call me Veggie Lisa. I am a mom of four kids who loves to dance, cook, exercise, shop, decorate, and enjoy all the beautiful things the state of Utah has to offer. As a 30-year vegetarian, I love all things green! But I have had a very long journey to get to the place that I am now: strong and confident but most of all happy. After losing 60 pounds, I have made it my mission to help others discover their own love of veggies. As a big believer in plant based nutrition, I formulate recipes that are healthy and of course, taste good! Peaches are still in season here in Utah and there’s nothing quite like a fresh Utah peach! Because of our hot days and cool nights, peaches grow well here. Starting in August, fruit stands are lined with boxes and boxes of these sweet treats. If you currently have more than you know what to do with, I’m here to help you out! Peach pie, …