Most of us have been on a roller coaster before and remember the dread, anticipation, and fear of going up the first massive hill on the coaster. It seems like the uphill climb takes forever, and we usually can’t see when we are going to crest the hill and start falling. The whole coronavirus situation feels a lot like this.
While there are many things we can’t do during this time of the coronavirus pandemic, there are many things we should do to maintain our physical and emotional health. And, they are things we can continue to do, no matter the circumstances, which will stabilize our mind and give us the resilience we need to succeed.
Do you know that United States Poison Control Centers receive, on average, an exposure case every 15 seconds? Did you also know that 44% of those cases are children five years and younger? Every day, over 300 children in the United States between 0-19 years old are treated in an emergency department, and two children die as a result of poisoning.
Canyon View Pediatrician - Richard Paxton, MD, and Wellness Expert - Lisie Byington talk about the differences between Fad Diets vs. Real Nutrition. The presentation was given in January 2019 in Springville, Utah, as part of the Community Health Seminar Series.
Spring is a wonderful time of year for many reasons. The days are getting longer, the winter illness season is coming to an end, and many outdoor activities are beckoning once again. However, it is also the time of year when many severe sunburns occur.