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Healthy Habits For The New Year

New year, new you! As we start a new decade it’s also the perfect time to start a new, healthy lifestyle routine. Along with millions of other Americans, we set goals high but often lose steam as the year progresses on. If you are a person that struggles with keeping

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Tips For A Healthy Holiday Season

The holiday season can be a hard time for anyone trying to watch their waistline, with treats and sweets at every holiday party your healthy eating plan can be subject to sabotage. Utilize these helpful tips and tricks to help navigate any holiday event this coming season!! 1. Get Involved

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How To Keep Thanksgiving Healthy

Thanksgiving is a holiday that is centered around family, friends, and most notably… food! This time of the year can be a trying time for anyone trying to stay on a healthy eating plan with all of the delicious food options that we typically see throughout the holiday season. As

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5 Fall Fruits and Vegetables to Add to Your Plate This Season

1. Pumpkin Pumpkin is a vegetable we all know and love, especially around the autumn season. Pumpkins are most often seen as house decorations or carved into Jack-O-Lanterns every fall, but they can also be a great source of nutrition! Pumpkins are rich in fiber and beta-carotene, which gives it

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How To Have A Healthy Halloween

Halloween is a fun day full of costumes, imagination and, of course, tons of candy. Don’t fear, your spooky soiree can be both fun and healthy with these five simple tips. Try some of these healthy tips that are so easy to implement, it’s scary! 1: Remember Balance  Think in

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Strep and Flu? Crossroads Medical Group Has You Covered!

It is important to know how these germs are spread! Below are four common ways:  – Breathing in airborne bacteria exhaled by an infected person (someone coughing or sneezing around you is a good example of this) – Touching something in which an infected individual has touched and transferring them

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