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6 Reasons You May Need a Counselor

6 Reasons You May Need a Counselor

Everyone experiences anxiety, sadness, grief, and conflict, so how do you know when it’s time to see a professional? The biggest red flag is duration.  While occasional feelings of worthlessness or sadness are inevitable, when these feelings don’t seem to go away,...
The Inherent Value of Patient Education

The Inherent Value of Patient Education

Medical terminology has a way of making even common ailments sound terrifying. For example, “contagious viral upper respiratory tract infection” sounds far more serious than “a cold.” It’s up to the physician to explain things in a way that is easy to understand....
10 Tips For a Weight Loss Plan That Works

10 Tips For a Weight Loss Plan That Works

Most people know that the biggest factors in weight loss are diet and exercise, but those words have a lot of negative connotations. By reframing the way you think about these things, you can develop a more positive outlook on health. It doesn’t require big change,...
Wound Management: When to See a Doctor

Wound Management: When to See a Doctor

Most of us will deal with many small cuts or scrapes in our life. These minor injuries are treated with topical disinfectant and a bandage. But serious wounds may require a visit to the doctor. Wounds are more easily infected by germs and bacteria because they provide...
Fun Ways For Fitting Exercise Into a Busy Schedule

Fun Ways For Fitting Exercise Into a Busy Schedule

It’s well known that maintaining an active lifestyle should be one of our top priorities. Only by taking care of ourselves do we have a chance of a long and healthy life. But you know what they say.  If it was easy everyone would be doing it! Finding the Time Work and...
3 Health Goals to Set for 2018

3 Health Goals to Set for 2018

Another year has come with another chance to start anew.  It’s easy to get caught up in the rush to make resolutions, but they’re often not realistic and are cast aside before the end of January.  We all strive to be happier and healthier, but that doesn’t necessarily...
Happy New Years from Pasadena Health Center!

Happy New Years from Pasadena Health Center!

It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone. As we enjoy these last few fleeting moments of 2017, let’s reflect on all the year brought our way. In that light, here’s a look at 2017 at Pasadena Health Center: Preventing the Flu this Year. There’s nothing worse...