Tagged Posts: "General Health" (110)

Festive and Flavorful Ways to Skip the Alcohol

Low- or no-alcohol drinks don't have to be boring or tasteless. Enjoy the "mocktail" beverage trend with these fun and tasty ideas, and learn more about the health benefits of limiting alcohol. Read More

Posted January 10, 2020 | By Bryn Mooth, Findlay Market Cookbook author
Mental and Physical Health Benefits of Spending Time Outdoors

Learn how spending time outdoors can help improve your mental and physical health, as well as the scenery you can enjoy at each Cincinnati Park. Read More

Posted January 09, 2020 | By Monical Sullivan, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
The Power of Mindful Eating

Mindful eating is a small, achievable change that can yield big results in diet, fitness and wellness. Learn more about the benefits of this practice and how to get started. Read More

Posted January 08, 2020 | By Bryn Mooth, Findlay Market Cookbook author, and Sarah Gamble, CNP, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Why Your Health Deserves a 180

We're pleased to introduce the 180 Project, a community initiative to encourage practicing healthy habits, 180 seconds at a time. Make a positive change today with these practical ideas! Read More

Posted January 06, 2020 | By Healthspirations Staff
Self-Care Tips to Survive the Holiday Season

Too much stress during the holidays can lead to anxiety and exhaustion. Try these handy self-care tips for a joyful and enjoyable season. Read More

Posted December 11, 2019 | By Carol Abbott, NP, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
5 Tips for Hosting Vegetarians & Vegans at Thanksgiving

Various dietary considerations and restrictions can make hosting Thanksgiving tricky. Try these five tips to cater to everyone. Read More

Posted November 25, 2019 | By Bryn Mooth, Findlay Market Cookbook author
How Does Stress Affect My Health?

Did you know that one stressful incident can lower your immune system for several hours? Find out what else radio personality Amanda Valentine learned about the effects of stress in her latest blog. Read More

Posted November 15, 2019 | By Amanda Valentine, B105 radio personality; and Denise Brown, PhD, MBA, RN, Program Director, The Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Advanced Practice Providers Week: Love of Science Meets Passion for Helping Others

It all started with a love of science for Zac Ranley, now a physician assistant in orthopedic surgery. The connection between science and a passion for helping others is where he thrives. Read More

Posted November 14, 2019 | Zachary Ranley, Physician Assistant, Orthopedic Surgery
Advanced Practice Provider Week: Passion for Palliative Care

After a few years of working in acute care oncology, Jennifer Hester realized what she loved doing most was managing symptoms and helping her patients understand their treatment options, a perfect fit for palliative care. Read More

Posted November 13, 2019 | Jennifer Hester, DNP, ACHPN, AOCNS, Lead Palliative Care Advanced Practice Provider
Advanced Practice Provider Week: The Family Business

Growing up with an EMT/firefighter dad gave Christine Chadwell the thirst for a career in healthcare. Seeing patients throughout all stages of their life keeps her coming back for more. Read More

Posted November 12, 2019 | By Christine Chadwell, MSN, APRN, BC, NP-C, Director of Advanced Practice Providers
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