Wellness & Disease Management

Water Water Everywhere…(Second in a series)

By Dr. Mary Jayne Rogers

Dolphin smoochWe have been talking about how implementing small changes to our daily habits can make a big difference in our overall health and well-bing. Today I want to talk about water.

I am just back from a meeting in Florida where I took the opportunity to swim with the Dolphins in Key Largo. Talk about the epitome of ‘water water everywhere, but not a drop to drink’! As you know, dolphins are mammals and require fresh water to survive.

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5 Solutions When You Feel Like You're Coming Unglued

Believe it or not, almost everyone you know has suffered some form of psychological trauma; perhaps from an extreme illness or injury, heartbreak, abuse, intense grief, or catastrophe. When we go through personal crises such as these, we can experience symptoms of trauma that include: anxiety, anger, depression and grief. This may be more common than you think.

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Living Well With Multiple Sclerosis

Hearing a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis can be both frightening and overwhelming - so many fears, so many questions.  Acknowledging these fears and learning more about the Multiple Sclerosis can help you and your family understand how to not only manage the disease, but experience living well and with a sense of well-being.

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