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June 29, 2022

5 tips for your new role as a caregiver

When my dad suffered a stroke in the summer of 2014, I became one of his caregivers overnight. With very little health care knowledge, I was guiding my dad through his care and recovery process. That experience shaped my perspective on health and deepened my appreciation for those who provide care to others. While caregiving…

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June 28, 2022

Get money back for exercising!

It pays to work out if you’re a CDPHP member. And by pays, I mean it actually pays. With the CDPHP fitness reimbursement, subscribers and their covered dependents on most plans can receive up to $600 per plan year for going to the gym, taking in-person or digital fitness classes, and for youth sports fees….

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June 24, 2022

5 outdoor water activities (and 25 Capital Region places) to keep your toddler cool this summer

Looking for a summer activity that might leave your children cleaner than when they started? Try water games! These fun, refreshing games will provide hours of fun in the sun for you and your child. Grab your hose to get started! Water slide Pick up a fancy Slip ‘N Slide® from the store or keep…

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June 18, 2022

4 reasons to have a hearing test

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in four U.S. adults age 20-69 report excellent hearing while unknowingly experiencing measurable hearing damage. As a practicing audiologist, someone who specializes in hearing and balance issues, the CDC’s statistic rings true day to day in my office. “Everyone mumbles, especially with their…

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June 17, 2022

Remembering, honoring, and celebrating the significance of Juneteenth

Juneteenth is recognized as, and is believed to be, the oldest commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. While many reference the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation as the end of slavery, June 19, 1865 is celebrated as the day Union troops made their way into Galveston, Texas, to free those who were still…

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June 08, 2022

Stand strong: Tips to prevent falls and stay on your feet

Every year, thousands of falls lead to serious injuries such as broken bones and can mean a trip to the hospital, surgeries, long-term rehab, and possibly even a permanent disability. But with a few simple changes, you can reduce your risk of falls. What are the main causes of falls? Sometimes the fear of falling…

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