What is a Panic Attack?

By Mary Griffin, BSN, MS, RN Picture this: You are enjoying a walk at a park and suddenly you start to sweat, feel chest pain, and your heart races. You logically fear you are having a heart attack and call 911. In the emergency room, all the tests are normal and there is no sign […]
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Balancing Your Wellness Wheel

By Robin Rishel, Ph.D How do you define: Health? Wellness? Balance? Growth? 1. Social 2. Emotional 3. Intellectual 4. Physical 5. Spiritual 6. Occupational Dimension One – Social Wellness: This dimension includes our relationships, giving and receiving respect, and community interactions. This dimension considers how we relate to others. How we connect, communicate and get […]
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Life Lessons From the Green

By Rev. Dr. Ron Barnes, LSW I’ve been playing golf for 41 years and I have realized that my golf game needs a lot of consistent nurturing for it to improve.  A good golfer will practice and practice and play regularly to maintain a high level of skill.  Consistent focus, concentration on the swing, and […]
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