Tag: "movement" Articles

How an Active Lifestyle Supports an Integrative Approach to Diabetes Care
January 1, 2022
Learn why your diabetes care plan should include more than monitoring insulin levels.  Diabetes doesn’t have to be a diagnosis to hide behind. With a personalized and integrative approach to diabetes care, a lifestyle...
How to Get Your Kids Excited to Exercise
April 30, 2020
Clean your room. Eat your broccoli. To a child, the command “get some exercise” sounds a lot like another chore to complete.  Kids instinctively love to get moving and test the limits of their...
Five Ways Exercise Keeps Your Spirits Up During Tough Times
April 3, 2020
As the nation suffers through another week of COVID-19 social distancing, you probably noticed a lot of changes. A simple trip to the grocery now entails plastic gloves and copious amounts of hand sanitizer....
How Exercise Helps Depression For Older Adults
January 8, 2020
Depression is one of the most common mental health challenges we face today, and it can affect anyone, no matter their age. It’s not a sign of weakness or a character flaw – it’s...
Celebrating Movement
December 1, 2019
It’s a steamy mid-September morning in southwest Austin. The sun rises over the trees near the outdoor track at Baranoff Elementary School as grinning first-graders kick up dust with their heels, running the eighth-mile...
Depressed, Anxious and Overworked? Movement can help.
July 2, 2019
We all know exercise is good for us, but like eating our vegetables and listening to our mothers, we just don’t always do it. Or perhaps it’s that we don’t have time. At least...
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