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    Healthy Minds Need ...

  • Understanding how your child experiences social pressure

    Understanding how your child experiences social pressure

  • The 5 emotions you should talk about with your child

    The 5 emotions you should talk about with your child

  • How to help your child cope with school safety anxiety

    How to help your child cope with school safety anxiety

  • The benefits of play: Why the playground is essential to a child's development

    The benefits of play: Why the playground is essential to a child's development

  • Conversation Starters: How to get your child to open up

    Conversation Starters: How to get your child to open up

  • Put down the tech: How to help your child be present in a world of constant stimulation

    Put down the tech: How to help your child be present in a world of constant stimulation

Tips and Stories for Living Well

Put down the tech: How to help your child be present in a world of constant stimulation

Our phones are a big part of our lives. Sometimes, it even feels like they’re an extension of our hand — placing us at the mercy of whomever calls, texts or tags us next. Those posts and messages, despite our best attempts, alter our mood and decisions. What’s more concerning is the fact that kids are just as digitally connected, and are displaying a similar, sometimes more extreme, shift in behavior as a result.

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Employee Spotlight: Benjamin Gray

“In the military, it always gave me an empowering feeling that, wherever I was, if someone was injured, I could come help them. Now professionally, it’s rewarding for me that there’s always ‘an angel’ out there – 911, EMS, a police officer, Pathways – that can help you. It gives you a will to survive, to just hold on a little longer. For me, that’s what it’s all about.”

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Pelvic health physical therapy: What is it?

Have you ever experienced leakage after having a baby? Does it happen when you are hiking with family? Or when your cough or sneeze? Many women feel these things are an inevitable part of aging, or something that’s normal after you have a child. But you don’t have to live with this. There is a solution.

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It’s never too early: How a colon cancer screening could save your life

According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), women and men are encouraged to start regular colon cancer screenings at age 45. “You never really think you’re going to get cancer, unless you have a family history of it,” Brian says. “It’s never too early to get screened. Colon cancer is one of the cancers you can beat if it’s detected early. There is no reason to not get screened earlier.”

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