By Eileen Boté
As March continues to roar here in the Northeast, I find myself impatient for the promise of spring. At this time of year, I am increasingly tired of produce that has been shipped north from warmer climates, stale from time spent in transport. And while I may be dreaming of…
By Adonica Nichols, LPN
We have all been there, feeling like you’re not good enough or not worthy enough. Developing self-confidence can be hard when you have been told negative things by others or think a certain way about yourself most of your life. The most important thing to remember if you…
By Adonica Nichols, LPN
As a person who has struggled with psoriasis most of my life, I often wonder what more I can do to get to the root of the problem. I’ve tried prescription shampoos, creams, pills, and even injection therapy. Some of these temporarily cleared my skin, only to experience…
By Adonica Nichols, LPN
Sometimes the winter months can take a toll on our emotional and physical wellbeing, especially for those who are used to being outdoors during the summer months. With shorter days and colder temperatures, energy levels can drop, stress and anxiety can rise, and the lack of daylight can…
By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
As a follow-up to my last blog, “Brain Food”, I wanted to offer a couple of recipes and easy ways to put the information into practice. For a quick refresher, my top 4 foods to eat for optimal brain health include fish and eggs high in omega-3…
By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
I recently had the honor to answer some of my patients’ health questions, many of which inquired about  various aspects of having a  broken brain. One wondered whether someone with moderately severe Alzheimer’s would be okay eating ice cream if he’s doing everything else correctly.