We are writing you on behalf of our friends, Karen and Sal Halum. As you may already know, they were involved in a horrific automobile accident, Sunday, December 6th. Though Karen sustained injuries she is doing well. However, her husbands injuries are severe. He will be facing many challenges for the rest of his life.
In our society, free time is at a premium because let’s face it- most of us don’t have much of it.
Sadly, it is often our health that suffers as a result of our jam-packed lives.
Stress is a killer, and we seem to find it lurks around every corner.
Living a healthy lifestyle and making healthy choices tends to be thought of as an investment in the future. But living a health oriented lifestyle is not just about the benefits to be had down the road. It’s about the benefits that you can see right now. Healthy living can save your life.
Real healthy living starts with a commitment to making healthy decisions today in preparation for well-being tomorrow. It’s a lifestyle choice that requires dedication to the ideals and application of whole life health principles for body, mind and spirit.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” -Benjamin Franklin
Heart disease. Cancer. Diabetes.
These conditions affect millions of lives every year in the United States. The news of such an illness can be a devastating blow to patients and their loved ones. Fortunately, it is often possible to avoid such heartache when physicians and patients partner in a commitment to preventive health care.