1. The Health Benefits of Spring Cleaning

    Who doesn’t love the feeling of living in a clean home? We all know that in reality we’re probably not keeping our homes as clean as we would like due to busy schedules. That said, one thing not to neglect every year is spring cleaning. While many write this off, the truth is that spring cleanin…Read More

  2. March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

      March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and we at Albemarle Square Family Healthcare want to share some important facts about this deadly disease. We will cover the signs and symptoms of colorectal cancer, as well as screenings and risk factors. Albemarle Square Family Healthcare is …Read More

  3. Tips to Beat Procrastination

    Procrastination is a massive killer of productivity, and what we might see as a quick break at work to check Facebook or the news can actually add up to hours lost throughout the day. So when you ask yourself why you’re not getting enough done every day, or why you never seem to have enough hours …Read More

  4. How Busy Professionals Can Keep Stress Levels Low

    Working professionals face a number of stressors that can affect their mental and physical health. Stress can come from the workplace itself, but also come from your role as a parent, partner, and other factors. People have accepted that stress is a part of life—however, there are things you can d…Read More

  5. The Germiest Places in Your Office

    With cold and flu season well underway, taking care to avoid spreading germs is even more important now more than ever. While you probably can’t get Jerry from accounting to stay home when he’s got that nasty respiratory bug, you and your office mates can take steps to lower your chances of gett…Read More

  6. Stress Management Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs

    As a parent, stress comes with the territory. You’re likely wondering if you have enough energy to keep up with your toddler’s shenanigans, or to take your children to all their extra-curriculars. And on top of that, you might have a job to go to or a house to take care of, and, of course, a spo…Read More

  7. New Year’s Resolutions—The Right Way

    Every year, once people get past the holiday season, the next thing they focus on is setting resolutions for the new year. This can be fun and exciting, but also pretty daunting. And it’s likely that most of us look back at the past year and realize we didn’t make it past January 15…if we even…Read More

  8. The Signs and Symptoms of Depression

    Depression is a condition that affects not only the mind and emotional health, but can bring on physical symptoms as well. If you or somebody you know is suffering from depression, taking action quickly is of critical importance. To know and understand what depression looks like, it’s important to…Read More

  9. December is National Impaired Driving Awareness Month

    The holiday season that runs from Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve is certainly a fun one. You'll likely be going to a lot of parties, catching up with friends, and having a great time in general. However, sometimes that fun is accompanied by alcohol, and since it's National Impaired Driving Mont…Read More

  10. Wellness Tips for the Holidays

    The holidays can be a stressful season for so many reasons. The pace seems to pick up for everything, and to top it off, you've got more parties to attend, gifts to buy, and possibly travel. This is a time of year that's supposed to be joyous, but many find that it's too stressful to be enjoyable. A…Read More