As temperatures drop and sunlight diminishes, it is tempting to reach for those foods that provide little nutrition yet offer warmth and relief. CNN Health shares that those who turn to comfort foods, which may take the form of sweet, calorie-dense, rich flavors or hearty, salty, and savory dishes, often report improved mood and reduced stress upon consumption.
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While the Farmer’s Almanac offers qualitative forecast predictions, we have advanced scientific technology to thank for the opportunity to anticipate imminent winter weather, allowing us time to prepare and preserve for the safety of our family, loved ones, and close neighbors. SCPT encourages you to prepare a Winter Storm Kit before the next storm strikes, and take precautions against potentially dangerous winter conditions.
It’s November and a time when we often reflect and give thanks for life’s blessings. During this time, we often “give thanks” in celebration and by giving back to those less fortunate. We hope you have lived a healthier lifestyle this year. Did you know that the power of regularly exercising feelings of gratitude has been scientifically proven to generate positive health benefits, which may be experienced the whole year through?
For over 20 years, Bladder Health Awareness Month has been recognized each November. Its primary objective is to spread awareness by encouraging you to actively think about how your bladder works and to learn about potential bladder concerns before they arise.
Join SCPT for its annual October celebration of National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM). Recognized every October by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) to show appreciation for all physical therapists who have helped millions of people get back on their feet, it is a great time to discover the many rewarding ways that you can take an active role in supporting National Physical Therapy Month, this October and every day.