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Fun In The Sun: Staying Hydrated This Summer

It's summer time! For many of us this means more outdoor activities and get-togethers with friends and family.  Along with this comes eating, drinking, heat, and the dreaded sweat. Most of us place a lot of emphasis on food and fun, but don’t let hydration take a backseat in your planning. In someone of a healthy…
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Baby & Toddler Portions

Jen Graham, MSH, RDN, CSP, LD/N​, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Many parents are left wondering what and how much they should feed their baby when they are starting to eat solid foods.  They automatically go to the internet thinking they will find a clear answer. Unfortunately, there are a variety of answers to this question, whether right…
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Heart Rate-Based Interval Training

Heart Rate-Based Interval Training How would you like to burn more calories, in less time, burn more calories for hours after your workout and increase your metabolism long term? Heart rate-based interval training may be for you. This is high-intensity exercise. Check with your medical provider before attempting. It’s also quite advanced. Some level of…
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Pathways to Preventing Trauma

The football fields of Maclay School and Madison County High School, normally the stage for the Marauders or the Cowboys, have a different purpose in the spring. Instead of athletic contests, the fields are used to present two important trauma prevention events – Operation Prom Night and Operation Spring Break – which took place in…
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Grace H. Dansby Reaches New Heights

On Thursday, November 30, the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) Foundation hosted a dedication and blessing of TMH’s new helipad – named after local Tallahassee businesswoman, philanthropist and longtime TMH supporter Grace H. Dansby. For decades, Grace Dansby has been a civic and philanthropic leader in the Big Bend region. Grace’s generosity has supported many community…
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Asian Cucumber and Carrot Salad

Ever wonder how you could positively impact the food supply chain? This year’s National Nutrition Month ® theme is Going Further with Food, in simpler terms, this means- learning to reduce food waste and plastic, make healthy eating easy, and saving money! One of the ways you can do this is by meal planning which…
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Screen Time & Children

Katherine Guthrie, DO, Pediatrician at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Children’s environment can influence their development.  Knowing these positive and negative influences can help parents make the best decisions for their children. The debate of how much time a child should spend in front of a screen, such as an iPad or television, is very controversial. It’s…
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State of the Hospital Address

This past December, the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) Foundation held their first “State of the Hospital” address to allow donors and supporters to hear a first-hand account of TMH’s recent endeavors from Mark O’Bryant, President and CEO of TMH. Thanks to the support of everyone in the Big Bend region, TMH is able to share with…
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Overnight Oats

When you’re trying to get out the door in the morning but still want a healthy breakfast, there is nothing faster than overnight oats. Don’t be intimidated by the color of these overnight turmeric oats.  They get their yellow color from the added spice, turmeric, which has superfood benefits such as decreasing inflammation and promoting…
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Mushroom & Egg Bake

Today’s recipe, the portobello mushroom and egg bake, is great for anyone that wants a hearty but healthy high protein breakfast.  Have you ever thought to increase your vegetable intake by adding them to your breakfast?  This recipe incorporates a variety of superfood vegetables such as kale, mushrooms and red pepper for a savory breakfast.…
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