The Link Between Your Body’s Physical and Mental Health Explained

Posted by Dr. Helen Ede on May 30, 2020 9:27:38 AM

Recent data reveals that more people in the U.S. are reporting significant and sustained increases in symptoms of depression and anxiety due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. While we continue to adjust to our “new normal” and try our best to stay healthy physically, it is equally important to remember to take care of your mental health, as it is closely tied to your body’s overall wellness.

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Topics: Internal Medicine, Primary Care Physician, Diabetes, Womens' Health, Weight Loss, Mens' Health

How You Can Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes

Posted by Dr. Helen Ede on Nov 12, 2019 11:41:33 AM
The numbers show just how widespread the diabetes problem is becoming in the United States. Figures from the American Diabetes Association illustrate that about 10% of all Americans are diabetic. This percentage is even higher among seniors, with one-quarter of all Americans age 65 and older qualifying as diabetic. There is good news, though. In many cases, diabetes is a preventable condition. We’ll take a look at two different types of diabetes mellitus in this article, the risk of diabetes developing, and what you can do to help prevent yourself from becoming diabetic.
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Topics: Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Diabetes

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