Intimacy and Arthritis

According to Medbridge, healthcare professionals don't always recognize the devastating effects arthritis symptoms can have on a couple’s intimacy and their ability to participate in sexual activities. https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/blog/2018/12/5-solutions-for-maintaining-intimacy-to-offer-your-patients-with-arthritis/?utm_content=mod1&utm_source=MedBridge+Newsletter&utm_campaign=3c330db894-020519-PT-N-Content-Dischiavi-DISCHIAVI0219PT&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1851b16f...
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10 Proven Ways to Stop Negative Thinking

Here's a potentially useful list from ahealthblog.com.  According to Andrea Garcia, who writes for the blog, it’s normal to have those moments of negativity when going through some hard times, but if you let those negative thoughts get to you at just a hint of a hard time, they can eventually start to become habits. Thinking negatively can lead to low self-esteem and can make you more susceptible to depression and anxiety.
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HOW PHYSICAL THERAPY HELPED THE PRESIDENT GET BACK ON TRACK

Even the commander-in-chief can't skip physical therapy.  Still hobbled by his three-month-old knee injury, President Clinton had come to San Diego in June to deliver a major address on race relations. The speech and a jampacked schedule of follow-up appearances crowded out his usual afternoon physical therapy session.  It wasn't until Clinton finally returned to his hotel suite long after midnight that Navy physical therapist Robert Kellogg was able to begin a routine of knee stretches and othe...
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What’s Your Exercise?

The effect of exercise on health is profound. It can protect you from a range of conditions, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some cancers. But the type and amount of exercise you should do changes as you age. To ensure that you are doing the right type of exercise for your age, follow this simple guide.
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Just 6 months of walking may reverse cognitive decline

(CNN) Worried about your aging brain? Getting your heart pumping with something as simple as walking or cycling just three times a week seems to improve thinking skills, new research says. Add a heart-healthy diet, and you maximize the benefits, possibly shaving years off your brain's functional age, according to the study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology.  
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