Listen to participants who have benefited from the Vanderbilt Caregiver Support Group.
A Heart Smart Diet on a Shoestring Budget Stacey Kendrick talks with Vanderbilt Dietetic Interns Sarah Kraynik and Courtney Smith about eating heart smart. They discuss foods to focus on and how to make shopping on a budget and eating heart smart easy. Visit the American Heart Association website for heart healthy recipes, ideas for...
Anxiety is a normal response to a stressful event or situation. We all experience anxiety in different ways. For some, it is a motivator for change or gives an extra burst of energy. For others, it overwhelms or paralyzes them for a short period of time.
Our attitude drives our behavior. This is the foundation for resilience; the way we view the world.
Occupational Health Clinic offers blood pressure checks on a walk in basis. There is also a self check blood pressure station in the Courtyard Cafe.
Each of us faces challenges and unexpected events in our lives. Some are invigorating; some are devastating. The key is how well we are able to cope with life’s surprises. Resilience is our capacity to adjust to changes and challenges in our life, as well as the ability to "spring back” emotionally after dealing with a difficult and stressful time.
View best practices, what routine examinations are needed, and what services are offered to assist you with cancer prevention.
A health care provider is your partner for a variety of needs including prevention, routine care and acute care. Your provider may be a physician (family practitioner, internist, or pediatrician), nurse practitioner, or physician assistant.
Occupational Health provides advice on protecting pregnant workers from CMV infection.
There is a difference between feeling sad and having depression. Sadness is a normal response to disappointment, loss, endings, etc. People who are depressed are sad, but their sadness is present more often than not and can affect social, occupational, and other areas of functioning.