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Bariatric Surgery: Good for Life & Living

From Fort Sanders Regional Health & Lifestyles Bariatric surgeon Dr. Jonathan Ray says most patients who come to Foothills Weight Loss Surgeons and Fort Sanders Center for Bariatric Surgery do so for health and happiness. “Often it’s ‘I’m tired of this’ — they want a life!” he said. “They want …

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Celebrities who Committed Suicide

Celebrities who Committed Suicide

Introduction How shocked the nation, and the world, is when news of a celebrity suicide is reported. As a society, we have come to look up to the people who make a name for themselves in their chosen field, whether they are a famous actor, musician, artist, athlete, or public …

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Dr. Nowzaradan Diet Plan After Surgery

Dr. Nowzaradan explaining his diet plan after surgery

Dr. Nowzaradan’s Pre and Postoperative Diet Plan Dr. Nowzaradan, also known as the abbreviated “Dr. Now,” rose to fame after his diet plan successes on the TLC show “My 600-Lb Life.” He is a surgeon from Houston, Texas who has helped the various extremely obese people on the show to …

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Flawless

Flawless

By Tonya King Flawed. Have you ever spoken that word over yourself? I know I have. Even before my diagnosis in 2003, I knew there was a part of me that wasn’t quite like everyone else. I was different both in my thoughts and actions. Most people thought that I …

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Cajun Prawn and Coriander Risotto

Cajun Prawn and Coriander Risotto

Coriander is probably my favourite herb and I find it makes its way into lots of my cooking. One dish it hadn’t yet made it into was a risotto and, after fancying a different kind of risotto this week, I decided to have a little experiment with a Mexican style …

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Coping Strategies for Stress & Anxiety during Quarantine

Coping Strategies for Stress & Anxiety during Quarantine

Luke Hanson, Academic Advisor and postbac at University of Alabama at Birmingham, Capsule Contributor Stress. I think it’s fair to say we’re all feeling it right now, whether that’s over Coronavirus, the markets, deals been pulled out, job uncertainty, food shortages… the list goes on. The negative impacts of stress …

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The Coronavirus and Mental Health: 5 Tips for Isolated Singles

The Coronavirus and Mental Health: 5 Tips for Isolated Singles

On the 11th March 2020, WHO Director-General made an official statement in assessing the COVID-19 Coronavirus as a global pandemic.  At that time, there were 118,000 confirmed cases of Coronavirus globally. Fast forward just 24 days from the Director-Generals chilling assessment, the official count of confirmed COVID-19 infections now top …

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Meal Prep Tips: Making Preparation Easy

meal prep tips

Last week, we talked about WHY you should meal prep, but we didn’t want to leave you hanging without a couple of meal prep tips. When it comes to preparing your meals in advance, organization is the key to your success. It may seem like a lot of work in …

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