Training for the Climb with Asthma

Don’t let asthma stop you… Learn how Dr. Renee trained for the American Lung Association’s Fight For Air Climb this March. I have recently made a decision to participate in the Fight For Air Climb in Chicago on March 11, 2018. I know you are probably saying, “Why would someone volunteer to climb 180 flights […]

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How Your Lungs Get the Job Done

Your lungs work hard. Even when you’re resting, they’re diligently transporting oxygen into your bloodstream and moving carbon dioxide out. They’re part of a serious business run by an intricate structure of organs and tissues—aka your respiratory system. To keep you alive and breathing, your lungs are on the clock 24/7, 365 days a year. […]

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8 Tips To Keep Your Family Fit This Winter

There’s a lot that can keep an active family down during the winter. Besides colder temperatures and depleted daylight hours, you’re battling cold and flu season, the holidays, and of course, holiday eating. It may seem like you’re doomed to leave the winter months with a few extra pounds. Don’t worry, there’s hope. With a […]

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Healthy New Year: Get Your Family on Track

As you begin to make your fitness and wellness goals for 2018, it’s easy to focus on personalized individual goals… Don’t forget about your family! We have spouses, children, parents, even pets, that we want to make certain are living the best lives they can possibly live. Think about setting fitness and health goals for […]

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Fall Activities for the Family

The leaves are changing colors, football season is here, and time for outdoor activities that may have been difficult to do due to the heat. If you want to get your family involved in being active, being outside, and still enjoying all that autumn has to offer, check out some of these activities and try […]

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This is Christina. This Is Diabetes

Christina talks about her diabetes

Christina thrives on a busy, on-the-go lifestyle. But because of her schedule and frequent business travel away from her home in Seattle, her eating habits were often sporadic. “I would eat whatever was convenient, whether that’s something great like a steak tartar or whether it was McDonald’s French fries,” Christina says. “My food diet reflected […]

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