Headaches can be a serious problem. Symptoms can range from mild discomfort that comes and goes, to severe and debilitating pain.
So what can you do to improve your situation, and when should you seek professional medical help?
Here is some information about common headaches and some information about when you need to see your doctor.
Bring the family to the 2nd healthy holiday program with Dietitian Julie Wise at Westshore Primary Care on Friday December 19, 2014 at 3:00pm.
The program is $5 per person (children are free) and will include:
- Tips for the holiday season
- Healthy recipes
- Food demonstration
- Food tasting
- Raffle drawing
- And more!
Limited space is available. RSVP by December 17th by calling Julie Wise, Dietitian 440-250-8660.
Can you hear the sleigh bells ringing? You probably can, because the holidays are quickly approaching.
And with the holidays come all the holiday traditions. Maybe your family hangs stockings, goes caroling, or watches your city’s tree lighting ceremony. There are many options to get you into the holiday spirit.
We’ve pulled together five fun traditions you can add to your routine this winter.
1. Donate to a Charity
This can be through a race, like a Jingle Bell 5k, or collecting toys or food for a needy family. Or even taking time as a family to volunteer together with a local organization. The holidays are a time to be thankful for what you have and give back to those who are in need.
Donating to a food bank?
Think about the types of foods you and your family would want for the holiday season. Food banks get a lot of beans, peanut butter, canned corn, and “Ramen”-type noodles. To find out what’s most needed in your area, and when/ how you can donate perishable items like fresh produce, meat, and bread contact your local food bank.
Greater Cleveland Food Bank