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Caring for Body and Mind

 There is no denying the connection between the mind and body. A large number of doctor visits in the United States are related to behavioral health needs, as well as physical needs. Many individuals receiving care for physical health conditions may also require care for behavioral health conditions and vice versa. Unfortunately, many healthcare services […]

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Suicide Prevention Conference Designed to Change Statistics 

Suicide continues to be one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Suicide crosses all cultures, ethnic groups and races, social circles and financial statuses. It is estimated that one in every six individuals contemplates suicide some time in their life. This number is significantly higher in young adults aged 15 to 19 years old, […]

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Improving Health by Hiking, Walking, Being Outdoors  

Summer has arrived and the outdoors is beckoning into the warm sunshine, cool shade, tall pines and scenic trails. Spending time outdoors and in nature can be very enjoyable and relaxing, but did you know spending time outside can also make you happier and healthier? Here are just a few ways hiking is a great […]

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Can Eating Oatmeal Really Reduce Your Cholesterol?

 The short answer is, yes! And it can reduce heart disease as well. Why? Because foods such as oatmeal, whole grains and plant-based diets increase good cholesterol and decrease bad cholesterol. Cholesterol, also called lipids, is a waxy, fat-like substance found in your body and many foods. The body needs cholesterol to function normally and […]

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Upcoming Suicide Prevention Conference Designed to Change Statistics 

Suicide occurs across and within all socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural society. Suicide continues to be a leading cause of death in the U.S. and in Coconino County. In 2015 alone, Arizona averaged 17.2 suicide deaths per 100,000 people; Coconino County’s rate was 23.4 suicide deaths per 100,000 people; Navajo County was at 28.3 suicide deaths per 100,000 […]

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