Helpful Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Weight

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The holidays are over, and you’re trying to get back in the rhythm of eating well. It’s not uncommon to put on a few extra pounds right before the new year with all the sweets and holiday parties.  It often feels good to be back into a healthy routine. Below are some tips on how

How to Get More Rest and Have More Energy

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January is the perfect time to start fresh and be intentional about living a healthy lifestyle. Contrary to what you might think, living healthily doesn’t have to require drastic life changes. Usually, you just need to make some small healthy habits that will keep your life organized and healthy. Start with breakfast Start your day

How to Deal with Mental Stress During Christmas

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Despite the joy of the Christmas season, many people experience mental health problems that often get overlooked or pushed aside. The holiday season brings with it a lot of stress due to full calendars and keeping up with obligations and expectations. And although many people get to spend Christmas with their families and friends, Christmas is a

Diabetes Month

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November is National Diabetes Month. Diabetes causes health problems like kidney disease, nerve damage, and blindness. It is also one of the leading causes of death nationally. Over 80 million people in the U.S. are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. However, with certain changes in diet and exercise habits, type 2 diabetes can be prevented.

Home Care and Hospice Month

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November is hospice and homecare appreciation month. It is an opportunity to thank all of the nurses, therapists, social workers, and home care aides who dedicate time and care to the patients and families they serve. These people are important to our health care system, and the work they do gives peace and comfort to thousands of patients and

Air Force Pad No. 1 – Cordele’s Own Historic Landmark

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Before the very first television broadcast from space – before man first stepped onto the moon, Cordele acquired its own piece of space history: A decades-old Georgia landmark known as Air Force Pad No. 1. The History In 1968 Cordele, Georgia, the “Watermelon Capital of the World,” became home to a surplus Titan missile.  It

Not Your Ordinary Rehab Facility

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A short-term facility adjacent to but separate from Crisp Regional Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Crisp Regional Health Services’ Cordele Health and Rehab offers care for patients recovering from illness or injury or from conditions that have been addressed through surgery. The cheerful color scheme, welcoming staff, full roster of activities and dedicated entrance make the facility appealing and easily accessible to patients and their loved ones.