Diabetes: What is your A1C telling you?

Diabetes: What is your A1C telling you? The Diagnosis: Your doctor just gave you the diagnosis ”I’m sorry, you have diabetes. Your A1C is high, it is 9, should be under 6.5. You need to do something about it, I may have to put you on medication.” Your head is still swirling around that diagnosis, Diabetes with a big “D”. Read More …

‘You’re Stronger Than You Think You Are’

by Sara Paulson, HF Health First Nurse’s Care, Compassion and Advice Inspired Colon Cancer Patient  to Stay Focused on Overcoming Her Disease – and She Did After undergoing chemotherapy for colon cancer, Shellie admits there were moments she’d wonder if she had it in her Read More …

Gluten intolerance is a very real issue with measurable symptoms 

Gluten is not for everyone. In fact, people who have celiac disease shouldn’t eat gluten at all. Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition that affects the digestive process of the small intestine by launching an immune system attack against gluten, mistakenly damaging healthy cells lining Read More …

Tips for a successful job search – The Phone Screen

by Alan Bernstein, SHRM-SCP In previous articles I shared how to write a compelling resume and how to get that resume in front of employers. Now I want to give you tools for the next phase of the job search process – the initial phone screen. Read More …

The Job Search – Finding a Job

by Alan Bernstein, SHRM-SCP – HR Office Savers My previous two articles talked about writing a compelling resume. For a resume to be compelling, it must be accurate, visually appealing, likeable, and content rich.  Once you are happy with your resume, you need to get Read More …

Back to School Means Back to Work

by Kim Shiver, M.Ed, Speaker, Communications Strategist Summer is coming to an end, and students are heading go back to school. It’s also a time where small business owners and employees get back to serious work. For many, summer is a time where we take Read More …

Pam’s Journey against Colon Cancer at Anytime Fitness

Mom’s Journey against Colon Cancer.  I use the word “journey” because since her diagnosis, that’s exactly what we have been on. The day after Christmas, 2018, Mom was diagnosed with Stage 3 B Colon Cancer, which means it had spread from the colon to her liver and lung lymph nodes. Read More …

Slow metabolism may indicate illness

Metabolism is a series of chemical reactions responsible for converting food into energy to run cellular processes. These reactions enable people to grow and sustain life effectively. Individuals who are following a dieting and exercise regimen may speak about having fast or slow metabolisms depending Read More …

Believe In Time Travel

Natures market health foods has been in Brevard for over 20 years. This July, they will be expanding and changing their cafe into Rubix cafe and games. A flashback video game, food and drink experience unlike anything in the space coast. Adding hours, alchemy bar Read More …