Topics About 'Wellness'.

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  1. Losing weight and dieting doesn’t have to be complicated. There are a lot of programs designed to help people lose weight, but a weight loss program needs to be something sustainable long-term to keep the weight off. The weight-loss equation is actu...
  2. Have you ever held a position as a nurse or nurse practitioner where you see the same type of patient day in and day out? Do you work with oncology patients? Hospice patients? Emergency room patients? Have you found yourself on any given day comple...
  3. Nature, the Ultimate Prescription

    Dr. Robert Zarr, a pediatrician in Washington DC, started the "Park RX America" program in 2017 to encourage physicians across the country to prescribe getting out in nature for their patients. It has been long known that being out in the fresh air i...
  4. Springtime Wellness

    It’s the second week of March and Spring is on its way! Daylight savings is right around the corner, beginning March 13th. With COVID restrictions relaxing and the weather starting to warm up, nurses will be longing to get outside of the hospital and...
  5. Healthy People 2030: Application to Nursing Practice

    In 1979, Surgeon General Julius Richmond released a groundbreaking report on reducing preventable death and injury, titled “Healthy People: The Surgeon General’s Report on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention”1. The report included measurable obje...
  6. I know, I know! Stop rolling your eyes! In today’s world, the information overload for health is overwhelming, not to mention confusing and contradictory. What is the healthiest diet … Keto, Paleo, Mediterranean, Plant-Based? How much should ...
  7. Intermittent Fasting: Just Another Diet Trend? As the name suggests, intermittent fasting is an eating pattern that cycles between fasting and eating. In recent years it has become not only a popular approach to weight control, but also a means t...
  8. Written by Morgan Curry, BSN, RN for Nursing CE Central Nurses are people too – overworked, burned out, and exhausted. As a result, their physical and mental health is suffering. Regardless of if you love your job or hate your job, ther...
  9. Maureen Bonatch MSN

    Stop Putting Your Life on Hold

    Maybe I’ll do that tomorrow, or next month, or next year, or … Maybe never. Nurses are busy. As caregivers, we tend to put other’s needs in front of our own. We strive to do as much as we can, for as many people as possible, in the least amount of ti...
  10. By Stuart Fisk, RN, CRNP, Director, Center for Inclusion Health, Allegheny Health Network, and Anne Dabrow Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, Chief Nurse, Health Learning, Research and Practice, Wolters Kluwer The evolution of today’s car...
  11. Carol Ebert

    Wellness Works if YOU Work It!

    And where would we be without WELLNESS? It used to be just a buzz word, but now it is a life and death thing. If we are not well, we can't survive and thrive. And yet we continue to get sicker, fatter, in more pain, and more miserable despite the abu...
  12. Carol Ebert

    Change Your Story - Change Your Life

    Here’s what we know about the negative stories in our heads. It’s estimated that approximately 94% of the time, what we worry about doesn’t happen. Also, negative attitudes and feelings of helplessness and hopelessness can create chronic stress, whi...
  13. My husband is obese, has Diabetes and is non-compliant when it comes to checking his blood sugars and following a Diabetic Diet. And his A1C is over 8, and that really scares me. He's already been thru open heart surgery to fix four blockages, a sten...
  14. Carol Ebert

    Food and Your Mood

    Today that theory has been debunked, and if you want proof that it was a bad idea, check out how many overweight people there are today with health consequences of diabetes and blood sugar control problems, heart disease, etc. Currently 75% of men an...
  15. Carol Ebert

    Aging or Ageless: What path are you on?

    Change your perception of YOUIf you think you are old, you will be old before your time.Don’t act your age.Stop feeling guilty when you are drawn in the clothing section of a store when teens hang out. Their clothes are more exciting and fun than th...
  16. Let’s focus on some personal results from being too busy and challenge how it affects your lifestyle: YOU aren’t present. When have you been so swept away in a busy situation that you waived off an overture from your spouse, child, friend because you...
  17. Here is Lori’s story as an example of a nurse practitioner I have coached on retooling herself. Lori was a self-described “burned out nurse” ready to retire. “I don’t want to go back to any kind of clinical nursing” she told me. Instead, she started...
  18. In a relatively short time – over the past 15 to 20 years – options for nursing professionals have expanded significantly with the increased focus on disease prevention, wellness, aging issues and improved longevity. This increase has been driven by ...
  19. After attending the Global Wellness Institute Webinar I was even more than inspired that I had selected the correct profession for me to fit in. Yes – wellness is my passion and profession. Even before I graduated from Nursing School I had the ...
  20. Carol Ebert

    Wellness Meets COVID-19

    Many of us have given our power over to healthcare professionals instead of taking back our power to affect our own health. For exampleNot eating healthyNot exercising,Becoming obese and developing DiabetesExpecting the healthcare system to fix us wi...