Check-up: understanding hearing loss
Lakeland Ear, Nose & Throat otolaryngologist, Paul Judge, MD, explains steps you can take to persevere your hearing, common signs and ways to achieve to better hearing at any age.
Check-Up: Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?
Registered dietitian, Selena Diaz, RD, at the Lakeland Weight Loss Center explains why eating breakfast helps to wake your body up and shares some healthy meal ideas to start your morning off right.
Check-Up: Understanding Cochlear Implants
Lakeland Ear, Nose & Throat audiologist, Heidi Schmeltzer, AuD, CCC-A, discusses cochlear implants, a solution when hearing aids are no longer an option.
Is a mommy makeover right for me?
The mommy makeover procedure aims to restore the areas of the body most commonly affected by childbearing.
Coping with COVID: Stay Connected
Keeping in touch with family and friends is more important than ever during this time of social distancing.
Coping with COVID: Ease Anxiety with Outdoor Activity
If you’re experiencing anxiety about the pandemic, you’re not alone. Hear from Niles community leader Jami Foster as she shares tips for improving your physical and mental health.
Check-Up: Emotional vs. Physical Hunger
Registered dietitian explains how you can tell the difference between physical and emotional hunger.
No gym? No problem: Implement a complete at-home workout
You can get an effective, safe, and fun strengthening workout using your own body weight.
Get GERD Relief and Get Back to You
The Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication (TIF®) procedure which is performed without incisions and now available at Lakeland General Surgery, Niles.
Taking Control of Your Diabetes with Medications
For many people with diabetes, taking medications, following the day-to-day treatment at the right time, dose, and frequency that a doctor has prescribed is key to managing daily blood sugar levels.
Check-Up: Is Your Ear to Blame for Vertigo?
Lakeland Ear, Nose & Throat otolaryngologist, Paul Judge, MD, explains how vertigo, a room-spinning sensation, is often times driven by problems in the inner ear.
Healthy Eating for Diabetics During a Pandemic
It’s important to recognize that our diets cannot be perfected, especially during a pandemic. Do your best! This is an important time to lean into creating healthy habits that last a lifetime.
Tips for Preventing Your Hands from Drying and Cracking
While handwashing is the best form of prevention, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s also important to keep our hands moisturized to prevent drying and cracking.
Managing Your Diabetes During Troubling Times
Dealing with diabetes during a pandemic can affect both your body and your emotions. It’s not uncommon to feel anxious or worried. Learn ways to help manage your stress.
An Important Relationship: Diabetes and Physical Activity
Exercise is crucial for people with diabetes. Blood sugar and insulin sensitivity can be improved.
6 ways to maintain your well-being during a pandemic
Self-care in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak includes focusing on things you can control (like having good hygiene) instead of those you cannot (stopping the virus).
How to talk to your child about COVID-19
Your kids are hearing about coronavirus (COVID-19). You want to make sure they get reliable information — and you want them to hear it from you. Here's how to talk about it.
Jot This Down: Journaling Could Boost Your Well-Being
Research shows that regularly writing down what’s on your mind can help you release emotions and make sense of what’s going on in your life. This is particularly true during periods of transition or change.
Juggling the demands of working at home
As working from home has suddenly become the new norm for many employees across the globe, people everywhere have pivoted to define what work-life balance looks like in a time where stress is at an all-time high.
8 household areas to clean while quarantined
COVID-19 has helped remind us how important it is to sanitize items in your home to help curb the spread of illnesses.