Monthly Archives: February 2020

What a Nutrient Deficiency Could Mean For Your Health

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Most nutrients our bodies receive come in the form of foods. However, our diets typically don’t include nutrient-rich foods at every meal. Do you know that, if left untreated, nutrient deficiencies could cause potentially harmful conditions? According to the Center for Disease Control, micronutrients are only required by the body in small amounts, and are… read more

Seasonal Affective Disorder: How Winter Could Be Affecting Your Mood

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The summer brings the heat and lots of sunshine. When winter hits, it can be hard to keep our moods up when the days are shorter and the weather is colder. According to Mayo Clinic, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a depression that is related to the changing of seasons. Do you think the change… read more

Prioritize Your Health This Valentine’s Day with an Adult Health Screening

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Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate all kinds of love – from romantic love, to friendships, and even self-love. This Valentine’s Day, Balanced Well-Being Healthcare encourages you to celebrate loving yourself and put your health first. Whether it’s taking a little “me time” for yourself, buying yourself flowers, or treating yourself to an adult… read more

Tips for Boosting Immunity and Beating Flu Season

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The winter months usually bring along colds, sniffles, and coughs that attack your immunity –  making many people miss class, work, and other obligations. When we have that first sneeze or stuffy nose, we usually race to beat the sickness that we can feel impeding our immune systems. When it comes to the cold and… read more