The Fall 2018 Meal Plan: RELEASED!

I had to wait until the weather actually turned, you know? And that it was official on that calendar (as …continue reading > The post The Fall 2018 Meal Plan: RELEASED! appeared first on Simply Real Health. Source link

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The Practical Value of Active Shooter Training In Emergency Departments

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This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Leslie Sanchez, clinical educator, Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Active shooter training was initially seen as cumbersome and just “more training” to complete in our emergency department. However, after staff received the active shooter education which included statistics, active shooter profiles, videos of active shooters in action, and recorded …

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Natural Allergy Medicine for Kids

Spring is a wonderful time of year with warm days, budding trees and blooming flowers. It’s also the time when tree, grass, and weed pollens fill the air. It can be challenging if you or your children have allergies. An allergy is an over-reaction of the immune system that results in inflammation and the release of histamines. The outcome is sniffling, sneezing, …

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Pear & Ginger Breakfast Parfait

In collaboration with St Helen’s Farm. Pear & Ginger Breakfast Parfait – a wonderful way to kick start your day.  A homemade pear puree that is spiked with fresh ginger is layered with goat’s yogurt and granola for breakfast that tastes like dessert.  If you’re in a breakfast rut and looking for something different to… Read More » The post …

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The Most Satisfying Snacks to Help Boost Energy before Your Next Run


Need a quick boost of energy that will sustain you during your next long-distance run? Choose from some of the most satisfying, delicious snacks to get you through tough training sessions or races but avoid those that can make you sick or cause fatigue.   The key to choosing pre-training snacks to get you through workouts is to pick something …

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The Number of Children Without Vaccinations Has Skyrocketed Since 2001, New Reports Find

The number of children who have not received vaccines for preventable diseases has quadrupled since 2001, to an estimated 100,000 individuals, according to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Using data from the National Immunization Survey-Child, the CDC report published Thursday found that in 2017, “the percentage of children with no vaccinations by age …

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