Reid Health Blog

6 medical appointments to schedule

Scheduling medical appointments is easy to overlook, but keeping appointments for regular screenings can help you stay healthy. Here’s more.

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6 tips to improve health at work

A desk or sedentary job can have negative effects on your health at work. Here are tips to help you incorporate exercise and movement in your work day.

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Smart bedtime hacks to improve sleep

How you can figure out what is disturbing your sleep and make some changes to improve sleep.

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Moving on from post holiday depression

It can feel challenging to be optimistic about the new year when you’re dealing with post holiday depression. Here’s what you should look out for.

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Things you should know about Infant Well-Child visits

By Phumeza Msikinya, MD Everyone needs to be proactive with their health by having a well visit at least once a year. However, for infants, it is important to have those visits more often. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends at least nine well visits in the first three years, in fact. Four or five

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Teen bullying makes you feel powerless: Get tips to fight back

Teen bullying hurts everyone, including the bully and bystanders. Learn more about the effects and what you can do about it, no matter what side you’re on.

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Choosing a new workout plan

There are many fitness programs out there, each claiming to be the best, but what’s the best for you? Here are some options for your new workout plan.

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Winter exercise ideas: How to stay active despite the cold, wintry weather

Winter exercise ideas: how to stay active despite the cold, wintry weather. These creative winter workouts will keep you active and healthy all season long

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Seasonal affective disorder: How to spot the symptoms

Seasonal affective disorder symptoms often come on in the winter and last until spring. Learn treatment options and when to see a doctor.

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The dangers of untreated sleep apnea

No one plans to be groggy on the job. And it’s not always caused by simply staying up too late. Sleep apnea, a severe health risk, affects more than 12…

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