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Healthy Kids Perform Better in School

Students have a class schedule that they need to adhere to get to school on time and get their school work done. For health the schedule of sleep, meal, activity and rest are important to stay healthy. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson
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Healthy Brain

There has been a lot of recent discussion of the cumulative effects of the repeated head trauma to NFL players. Recently a settlement was reached between the NFL and a group of retired players that have suffered the effects of repeated injuries to the head Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson
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Hot Golf in the Summer Time

Dehydration and high temperatures can lead to increased soreness of muscles, fatigue and in severe cases, heat stroke. If you experience symptoms like dizziness, confusion, extreme fatigue take first aid measures immediately. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson
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Step by Step

Walking is an activity that requires no special equipment. Hopefully, we can participate in the activity throughout our life. It is easily incorporated into other daily activities. It can be performed alone or with others. You can walk with your lover, your child, your parent or your pet. Night or day. Winter, spring, summer or fall. We can hold a conversation during the exercise, or listen to music. It uses both sides of the body in a balanced and rhythmic coordinated way. Walking can help control weight, improve circulation, increase aerobic fitness, as well as facilitating your mood and memory. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson
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Health News You Can Use

Research shows over and over that exercise is good for you. Most people would understand that exercise builds muscle tone, improves cardiovascular health and helps maintain a healthy weight. However many people do not realize that exercise can have a positive effect on memory and mood. We may realize that a walk after a stressful meeting helps to “blow off steam”, or that we sleep better after exercise. A recent study discussed the benefits of exercise for depression and mood gives indications of long term effects of maintaining mental and emotional health. Click here for the full article.