Monthly Archives: March 2011

Knowledge is Power: The Know Your Health Program at LifeBridge Health

The following is an excerpt from MdMD for Life 2011, available now. For 50-year-old Patricia Smith*, nothing beats a bowl of Cocoa Krispies or a stack of Oreos, paired with a tall glass of whole milk. These days, however, you’re more likely to find her eating Cheerios with soy milk or munching on an apple…
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Walking: A Simple and Effective Way to Stay Healthy

by Jason Bosley-Smith, CSCS, Lead Lifestyle Coach, Live Well @ LifeBridge Research results could hardly be clearer: Taking a walk is one of the best ways to take charge of your health, so get out there and start your walking workout routine! A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (February 11, 1998)…
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LifeBridge Health Heroes

Health Care Heroes Congratulations to The Daily Record’s 2011 Health Care Heroes. The LifeBridge Health winners are: Tamika Gladney, R.N., Northwest Hospital Rosa Griffith, volunteer, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital Gerami Seitzman, M.D., ophthalmologist, Krieger Eye Institute, Sinai Hospital Michael Zollicoffer, M.D., pediatrician, Sinai Hospital Seitzman, director of Cornea, External Disease and Uveitis at…
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The Body’s Preparation for Labor and Delivery

Editor's note: This is the latest installment from our mother-to-be who will be delivering at The BirthPlace at Sinai. I was aware that one of the signs that the body is preparing itself for labor was having the baby drop into one’s pelvis, but I didn’t expect mine to be such a dramatic experience. This…
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Choosing Healthy Drink Options

by Jason Bosley-Smith, CSCS, Live Well @ LifeBridge Did you know that a 20-ounce soda has about 17 teaspoons of sugar and over 200 calories? While many of us focus on food when we think of controlling calories, how often do we stop and think about our drinks? Empty calories and high doses of sugar…
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