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You’re not breathing properly; here’s why it matters Image

You’re not breathing properly; here’s why it matters

April 29, 2016

Criticizing breathing seems a bit unfair. We shouldn't have to worry about whether we are inhaling and exhaling correctly. It comes naturally, right? Well, sure. But changing the way we breathe brings added health benefits. Read More »


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Therapeutic Resources Early Intervention Division Celebrates Administrative Professionals Day!

April 28, 2016

Therapeutic Resources Early Intervention Division took some time out to give thanks to our dynamic group of administrative professionals. Read More »


You’re taking care of someone with Alzheimer’s, but who is taking care of you? Image

You’re taking care of someone with Alzheimer’s, but who is taking care of you?

April 28, 2016

After Ronald Reagan became America's most recognizable Alzheimer's patient, well-meaning friends, relatives and even strangers would routinely stop his daughter, Patti Davis, to ask: "How is he doing?" Only occasionally would someone ask, "And how are you doing?" Read More »


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Getting People to Move More

April 27, 2016

In 2010, a group of public and private organizations banded together to develop and release the first National Physical Activity Plan, a blueprint for getting Americans to move more. Among its recommendations were that every schoolchild be allowed and encouraged to participate in frequent — and preferably daily — physical education classes; that employers find ways to reduce sitting time at the office; and that municipalities both create and promote parklands, bike paths and other places for people to be active. Read More »


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