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ACHOOO! I Have The Flu – Or Do I?

Every winter the clinics are full of patients coughing, sniffling and sneezing. Occupational Health nurse practitioner, Duke Chenault sits down with Teera to discuss flu symptoms and treatments.


New Perspectives on Marriage at Mid-Life

Judy Akin, MD, WLC Consulting Psychiatrist, will discuss the changes and opportunities that are present in marriage at mid-life and offer some direction regarding how to address those changes


3 Foods You Might Be Missing

There are many nutrition myths out there. Melinda Jones, RD talks about the dietary guidlines and recommendations for bread, potatoes and milk.


Ways That Workplace Coaching Can Improve Your Performance

Workplace Coaching with Chad Buck & Stephanie Dean


Exercise Matters: Adaptive Exercise for People Living With Disabilities

Exercise Matters: Adaptive Exercise for People Living With Disabilities According to the CDC, Adults with disabilities are 3 times more likely to have heart disease, stroke, diabetes, or cancer than adults without disabilities. Compounding this is the fact that those individuals with disabilities who don’t get any physical activity are 50% more likely to develop...


Ebola: An Outbreak to Fear?

Dr. Muktar Aliyu speaks about the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.


Strengthen Your Core For Emotional Wellness

Brad Awalt and Jim Kendall discuss ways in which having a strong physical core improves mental and physical health


Parents Can Help Their Child Succeed In School

Find out ways you can help your child with their academic performance.


Get Involved: Wellness Commodores

Health Plus Wellness Commodores play a key role in helping to create a healthy culture and supporting colleagues in living a healthy lifestyle. Pam Schneller and Alecia Fair share their tips and insights from their Wellness Commodore experience.


Back Injuries: Do Back Belts Help?

Dr. NK Singh discusses with Teera why back belts offer a false sense of security and how it's better to do core strengthening instead. Dr. Singh is the an Assistant Professor at Vanderbilt Orthopedics Sports Medicine.


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