Posts Tagged: water

Keep your glass half full

Water and hydration always seem to be a hot topic when our summers days get warmer. Learn how you can stay hydrated and healthy with these tips. Signs of dehydration: Feeling thirsty. It’s important to point out that once you are thirsty, you are already dehydrated. Fatigue, low energy or feeling tired. Dry mouth or…
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Seven methods to make your meals healthy and delicious

Looking for ways to refresh your family’s meals or introduce healthier eating habits? Here are seven techniques to help make your meals not only taste better, but encourage healthy eating in your home. 1)      Stock up on fruits and vegetables. There are a number of ways to incorporate these items in your daily meals. Whip up…
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Handwashing 101

With coronavirus it’s more essential now than ever before to practice and maintain good hand hygiene. Just about everything we come in contact with everyday harbors bacteria, viruses and germs — doorknobs, keyboards, cell phones, elevator buttons, faucet handles, shopping carts, gas pumps. With germs lurking everywhere it’s important to ensure good hand hygiene to…
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Practice water safety this summer season

Summer is a time when people want to get outdoors, enjoy the warm weather and the many activities that go along with it. Unfortunately, summer is also considered trauma season for these very reasons as well – an increased number of people outdoors participating in potentially dangerous activities. But we want everyone to be safe…
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Enjoy the holidays while managing your diabetes

The holidays are quickly approaching. Many will be spending additional quality time with family and friends. These traditions and holiday parties typically revolve around food, which can be difficult and stressful to those with diabetes. Many people find that their diabetes control suffers during this time, but this doesn’t have to be the case. It…
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