Holiday food makes our bellies happy. Or does it? In actuality, the food we choose to eat at the holidays is more driven by memories and suggestion. Fans of the show Friends may recall Chandler's aversion to all Thanksgiving food due to his bad childhood experiences. The reverse is also true. The smell of a [...]
This study made national headlines, yet it's something us CPR/First Aid Instructors have known for decades. We see how individuals hesitate in class during a female scenario. They ask more questions and are more gentle; and in CPR, you cannot be gentle and provide high-quality compressions! When you perform CPR on anyone, it's best to [...]
Happy Veteran's Day Weekend! In the military, you are afforded many opportunities to visit new places. This is one I found in The Netherlands. Amazing. https://bookriot.com/2012/08/17/13th-century-church-gets-new-life-as-a-bookstore/ To your health, Starr Starr Cortner, M.S, MCHES, ACE, AFAA is a wellness specialist with over 16 years of experience in cardiovascular health and emergency medicine.
An article was posted October 25th in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry discussing the effectiveness of washing, wiping and rinsing apples to remove pesticides. It has since been cited by many news organizations. After reading every version I could get my eyes on, I thought it would be helpful to summarize the research and important [...]
This week of transition is one of the most important of 2017. It moves us into the official "holiday season" and a marked increase in stress levels. Need plans for this weekend? Come out to the Cardiac Car Show on Saturday! 9am-3pm, Home Depot parking lot on Watson in Warner Robins. Better yet, bring your [...]