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Adjusting to the "New Normal": Intuitive Eating
By Brett Klein, MSc, RDN, CDN
Intuitive eating is a non-diet approach to health that helps you trust your body signals, break the cycle of chronic dieting and heal your relationship with food. For those of us who might be struggling to eat healthy during the pandemic, this approach may be helpful in getting you back on track.
Combating "Caution Fatigue" During COVID-19
Is it becoming harder for you to follow health and safety protocols as the COVID-19 pandemic continues? You may be suffering from "caution fatigue". Here are some tips to help you combat it.
Back-to-school: Is Your Child Ready for the New Year?
Officials and parents continue to struggle with plans for a new school year as the pandemic continues. We compiled expert guidance to help make the most of online or hybrid learning.
Adjusting to the “New Normal”: Joyful Movement
By Brett Klein
For many of us who struggle to get in enough movement on any given day, the pandemic has provided an additional hurdle. Joyful Movement provides a new and enjoyable way to view physical activity.
Adjusting to the "New Normal": Mindful Eating
By Brett Klein
Here's how you can use mindful eating to get back on track while adjusting to the "new normal".
Too Hot to Handle: Heat Safety 101
The best way to prevent heat-related illnesses is to learn what causes them and how to cool off if you overheat. Here are some heat safety tips you should know.
Family History and Heart Health
Here are some steps you can take to maintain your heart health.
It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Focusing on Your Mental Health During a Crisis
By Dr. Seth Resnick
Your mental well-being is a marathon, not a sprint. Here’s where to turn when things get tough.
Low Risk Ways to Enjoy Summer Weather
Here are few activities you can do to stay safe while enjoying summer with your family and friends.
Memorial Day Indoor BBQ Recipe: Instant Pot Pulled Pork Sandwiches
No grill? No problem! Try this easy and delicious indoor BBQ recipe that’s just in time for Memorial Day.
10 Tips for Getting Back into a Healthy Routine
Has your health routine been off since the COVID-19 pandemic? Follow these tips from ACPNY’s Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, Katherine Harris to help get back on track.
Nutritious Recipes to Make with Limited Pantry Ingredients
Looking for quick and easy meal ideas, but only have a few pantry staples? Try these nutritionist-recommended recipes.
9 Safety Tips for Grocery Shopping During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Here are some tips to stay safe while you shop for the groceries you need.
Fighting Coronavirus from the Frontlines to the Front Door
By Dr. Nicole Thomas-Sealey
As we continue our battle with COVID-19, here are some tips to keep it together while also keeping loved ones healthy and safe.
Finding New Ways to Honor Life Events While Social Distancing
While we're adjusting to the "new normal", here are a few ideas to help you recognize events differently while social distancing.
Don't Let Your Health Take a Back Seat During COVID-19
We're caring for the whole you with health care service you need, safely, as we all adjust to new daily life in response to COVID-19.
Coronavirus: Helpful Tips for Looking After Your Mental Health
By Dr. Seth Resnick, AdvantageCare Physicians
Dr. Seth Resnick, Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, shares helpful advice on how best to cope with your fears and worries during these difficult times.
Heart Health: Beyond Diet & Exercise
Follow these tips to keep your heart pumping strong.
Rich & Healthy Gingerbread Hot Chocolate
Traditional hot chocolate is high in sugar, so we wanted to share a healthier – but equally delicious – version of this holiday favorite.
Sharing Space Without Sharing Germs: Tips for Staying Healthy if Someone Around You Has the Flu
Follow these 7 simple tips for staying healthy when someone you live with has the flu.
In honor of National Diabetes Awareness Month, we’re going over the common types of diabetes—the causes, the symptoms, and the treatments.
Common Flu Myths...Busted
Misconceptions about the flu and flu vaccine are very common. And misinformation can keep you from doing exactly what protects you from getting the flu.
Burn-out: A New Kind of Stress
The symptoms of burn-out often overlap with symptoms of typical job-related stress, which can make it difficult to determine which one you’re dealing with, but, understanding the differences between these conditions can help you decide what you need to do for relief.
Raising Breast Cancer Awareness
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so we're sharing some important facts about screening and prevention with help from one of our Physician Assistants.
Vaping Health Emergency: What to look for, and what to do
AdvantageCare Physicians wants to ensure that you understand the dangers vaping presents, can identify the signs of vaping-related illness, and know what to do if the use of vaping products causes a health emergency.
Are You Ready for the Flu?
Flu season is upon us, which means it’s time to start thinking about when and where to get your flu shot.