The path to forgiveness is not the same as sweeping things under the rug, in an effort to deny the pain of being wronged. In fact, forgiveness requires us to experience and acknowldege the entire range of our emotions. Rosemary Cope, LPC, WLC Clinical Counselor, shares her wisdom regarding how to walk the path of forgiveness.
Brushing Up On Oral Health with Dr. Messersmith Marion Messersmith, DDS, MSD gives recommendations for oral health. Vanderbilt Oral Health American Dental Association: America’s leading advocate for oral health. Begin Transcript Laura Osterman: Welcome to this edition of the Vanderbilt University Health and Wellness Wellcast. I am Laura Osterman with HealthPlus. I am here today...
Teera speaks with Occupational Health Clinic physican and Assistant Professor of Medicine, Dr. Norman Quesada about the mosquito borne virus Dengue.
The LGBTI Community and Mental Health Kale Edmiston, Assistant Director for the Program for LGBTI Health discusses the challenges for this community and what Vanderbilt is doing to provide support. Begin Transcript Janet McCutchen: Welcome to this edition of the Vanderbilt University Health and Wellness Wellcast. I am Janet McCutchen with Work/Life Connections. Today, I...
Health Plus offers the National Diabetes Prevention Program, a 1 year lifestyle change program, to Vanderbilt faculty and staff who have prediabetes or are at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
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.
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
There are many nutrition myths out there. Melinda Jones, RD talks about the dietary guidlines and recommendations for bread, potatoes and milk.
Workplace Coaching with Chad Buck & Stephanie Dean
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...