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Articles by UHN Staff

Stress as a Cause of Fatigue

Chronic or severe stress is a very common cause of fatigue. Stress is a real or interpreted threat that results in physical and behavioral responses that are designed to help the body adapt. Situations that are new, unpredictable, or that appear threatening or uncontrollable activate the body’s stress response systems, … Read More

Non-Slip Shoes: Follow These Tips to Reduce Fall Risk

At times, it’s not the obstacles or surface or lighting, but rather the shoes you are wearing around the house or while exercising that raise fall risk. The Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, and others offer tips for choosing the best everyday non-slip shoes, as well as shoes for walking and … Read More

Foot and Ankle Pain: Common Causes and How to Manage

Your feet and ankles can attract a frightening array of diseases, and they can develop almost as many painful non-disease conditions. However, one of the most common causes of foot pain is not a disease, a deformity, or an injury. It’s shoes: those that are too tight or too loose, … Read More

Creating and Sustaining Strength for Life

Every serious exerciser eventually hits a wall. If you don’t vary what you do, muscles get used to it and no longer make improvements or strength gains. It’s called plateauing. You may be working as hard as ever but not getting any measurable benefit. That’s a clear signal to reevaluate … Read More

3 Types of Stress: How to Manage

Stress affects us all, regardless of race, gender or income level. However, the length and severity of stress varies enormously from person to person. According to the American Psychological Association, there are three main types of stress: • Acute (short term) • Episodic (more constant acute stress) • Chronic (long … Read More
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