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Wellness Wednesday Tips from APfC – March is National Nutrition Month

HOW TO OBSERVE NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH -Move your body -Find inspiration with Pinterest recipes or a new cookbook -Meet with a dietitian FIVE (REALISTIC) WAYS TO EAT HEALTHIER THIS MONTH -Go, go, H2O! -Choose food rich in vitamins over supplements -Opt for color eating bright green vegetables or vibrant red fruit. -Pack your lunch to …

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Wellness Wednesday tips from APfC! – Managing Arthritis: Strive for Five

There are a lot of things you can do to manage your arthritis. The day-to-day things you choose to do to manage your condition and stay healthy are “self-management” strategies and activities. CDC’s Arthritis Program recommends five self-management strategies for managing arthritis and its symptoms. Practice these simple strategies to reduce symptoms and get relief …

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Happy Wellness Wednesday – Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day

Today, February 17th, is Random Acts of Kindness Day. It’s the perfect opportunity to use some of your free time to do something nice for someone who may be lonely and isolated during the pandemic. This could be patients at a local hospice, nursing home, or assisted living facility. You could also make a point …

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Wellness Wednesday from APfC! – Happy Valentine’s Day!

Senior citizens bring wisdom, knowledge, and guidance to our lives. They have spent most of their lives loving and caring for us. They deserve care and love in this age. Valentine’s Day is on 14th February, and it’s time to spread the love. All of us have senior citizens in our family and they truly …

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Happy Wellness Wednesday! – February Is American Heart Month

Every year more than 600,000 Americans die from heart disease. The number one cause of deaths for most groups, heart disease affects all ages, genders, and ethnicities. Risk factors include high cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking, diabetes, and excessive alcohol use. On the first Friday of February is National Wear Red Day in The United …

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