Our dietitian, Liz DeJulius, came up with some simple ideas that every family can easily implement to help reduce their food waste.
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A conversation with Caylin Holmes, D.C. about how she works to improve the lives of the athletes she sees everyday in her practice.
Between work parties, gift exchanges and cookie swaps, December can be a time of high-sugar intake, low-physical activity and overindulgence. The good news – you can effectively stay on track with a healthy lifestyle while not completely depriving yourself! Using these five strategies can help you stay full of holiday cheer without overdoing it. … Continued
Since November 14th is World Diabetes Day, a day dedicated “to raise awareness of diabetes, its prevention and complications, and the care that people with the condition need,” we decided to sit down with Kathryn Peeden, M.D. (Dr. Katie) to discuss the Type 2 Diabetes epidemic in the United States. AIM: Hi Dr. … Continued
Are you interested in reducing your stress and developing more conscious living habits? Alliance Integrative Medicine is collaborating with Dr. Richard Sears to offer Mindful Stress Reduction Groups (based on Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction & Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy). Join us at 6:00 p.m. Monday, September 11th for a FREE introductory lecture – whether you … Continued
We are transitioning to an iPad-based electronic medical record system called DrChrono. What does this mean for you?
We are hiring right now as we transition on to electronic medical records! We are looking to fill the following positions: 1. “Greeters”: As we transition onto electronic medical records, we need enthusiastic, iPad savvy people to help patients sign on to the system. We need temporary workers to help each patient sign up … Continued
Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is a test for prostate cancer detection. Learn about how you can start prostate cancer prevention today.
This month (June 2017) AIM will be transitioning to electronic medical records. What will this mean for you?
Reducing pro-inflammatory foods and improving your bowel movements may help to reduce your PMS symptoms.