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Managing Anxiety During COVID-19

Managing Anxiety During COVID-19

Written by: Alies Barton, MSW, LCSW It is very normal to be feeling anxious these days, as well as angry, sad, and helpless. There is so much uncertainty that we are facing during the threat of COVID-19. Our routines have been thrown out the window and we are facing... Read More
Categories: Education,  Mental Health
The Lowdown on Carbohydrates

The Lowdown on Carbohydrates

By Bonnie Wilson, MS, RDN, LDN With the New Year, many people have increased their focus on improving their health and well-being. It is common to turn to the internet to look for information about good nutrition; however, it is often difficult to navigate all of the... Read More
Categories: Education,  Mental Health
Reducing Inflammation with Food

Reducing Inflammation with Food

By Bonnie Wilson, MS, RDN, LDN What is inflammation? Inflammation is a natural part of our bodies’ defense systems in order to heal and defend us from harm. Inflammation is classified as either acute or chronic, depending on the severity and how long it lasts. Acute... Read More
Categories: Education,  Mental Health
A Parental Guide to Bully Prevention

A Parental Guide to Bully Prevention

By Nakalya Leggett, MSW, LCSW Bullying Tips for Parents/Caregivers As the children prepare for their first day back to school with their supply list checked off, we wanted to assist parents with some tools as well. As parents, we do not always hit the mark of... Read More
Categories: Education,  Mental Health
Childhood Anxiety

Childhood Anxiety

Written by: Kathryn Meiners, MSW, LCSW   Does your child have difficulty sleeping? Do they have unexplained headaches or stomachaches? Does your child become uncharacteristically angry or irritable? Do they feel restless or worry often? If so, they may be... Read More
Categories: Education,  Mental Health
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