Tag Archives: exercise

A Surprising Tool To Help You With COPD

      Have a chronic cough? Difficulty breathing with minimal amounts of exertion? These and other symptoms could be diagnosed by your doctor as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, better known as COPD.  It goes without saying that the diagnosis … Continue reading

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Discover Exercises for Beginners in Souderton

  We recently have expanded our service provider area to include the Indian Valley. This includes the communities of Franconia, Hatfield, Lower Salford, Upper Salford, Salford, Skippack, Souderton, Telford, Towamencin and West Rockhill.  To celebrate this news we are offering … Continue reading

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You’ve Had A Stroke, Now What is Exercise Good For?

  Image Courtesy of smarnad/Freedigitalphotos.net   Chances are you would never think or dream of finding yourself in a situation where you experienced a stroke.  We all read news and tips on what we can do to reduce the risk of … Continue reading

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Discover the Stroke Reducing Secret You’ve Always Dreamed Of

    Image Courtesy of  bplanet/FreeDigitalPhotos.net   What if I told you there was something you could do to reduce your risk of stroke that was so easy, inexpensive and relative painless?  Would you believe me?   The current incidence … Continue reading

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The Easiest First Step to Eliminating Stress

  STRESS!   A word that causes many of us to cringe- work, meetings, appointments, finances, families, and hectic lifestyles can all play a part in increasing our stress levels. But what is it, really? Stress can be defined as … Continue reading

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Heart Health Month | Find Somebody To Love | BODY BY BRENT

    We’re all very familiar with this story; Valentine’s Day is February 14th.  It comes every year without fail and proclaims ‘love’ to everyone.  Whether you have someone to share this day with or not, EVERYONE has somebody to love. … Continue reading

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3 Tips for Managing Holiday Stress

  Although this holiday season should be filled with joy and happiness, that’s not always the case.  Coordinating plans, events, parties and figuring out whose parents you’ll be visiting this year can all lead to stress.  Pamela J. Ginsberg, Ph.D., Licensed … Continue reading

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World Diabetes Day and Exercise for Diabetes

    Today, November 14,  is World Diabetes Day.  The purpose of World Diabetes Day is to distribute information, educate and organize activities that make people aware of the potential consequences of diabetes.  I would like to share some information … Continue reading

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The Complete Guide to Exercise for Breast Cancer Survivors

    I want to follow up to our guest post by Pamela J. Ginsberg, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist specializing in women’s health and wellness and psycho-oncology, and discuss the recommendations for exercise in those people with breast cancer.  I highly encourage you … Continue reading

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Everything You Need To Know About Breast Cancer & Exercise

  I’m very excited to be able to share with you the perspective of role of exercise and diet during the treatment of breast cancer.  Pamela J. Ginsberg, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist specializing in women’s health and wellness and psycho-oncology, has been … Continue reading

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