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Live Whole Health #76: Are you sitting down?

When we work towards improving our health and well-being, we often focus on making substantial lifestyle changes such as eating more fruits and vegetables, becoming more active, dedicating time to meditation or yoga, or building our social support system. While all of these are valuable, we can also improve our health through smaller actions. For example, by sitting down.

By |June 21st, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth, Health|1 Comment

Live Whole Health #70: Chair yoga

When it comes to yoga, we hear these often: “I can’t do yoga, I’m not flexible,” or “I don’t know what all the fuss is about yoga,” or “My daughter does yoga, but she’s young and fit,” and “You won’t catch me in yoga pants!” But what about chair yoga?

By |May 3rd, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|Comments Off on Live Whole Health #70: Chair yoga

Live Whole Health #56: The First Step

At the start of a new year, we often think of ways to dramatically change our lives or achieve something big. It could be losing 25 pounds, running a marathon, writing a book, or learning to cook like a chef. Inspiring and challenging goals excite us as we think about reaching them. But the small, first step that follows for any of those goals is [...]

By |January 18th, 2021|#LiveWholeHealth|1 Comment

Celebrating the Year of the Nurse: Denise Kresevic

VHA Innovation Ecosystem and Office of Nursing Services are proud to celebrate the Year of the Nurse by highlighting a unique nurse-led innovation, or promising practice, each month for the remainder of 2020. With over 80,000 nurses, VA is the largest employer of nurses in the nation. This month, we introduce employee innovator Denise Kresevic from the Cleveland VA Medical Center. For Denise Kresevic, compassion and science go hand-in-hand when it [...]

By |November 18th, 2020|Health, VA Innovations|Comments Off on Celebrating the Year of the Nurse: Denise Kresevic

Live Whole Health #44: Breathing space

Mindfulness is about giving yourself permission to slow down, to be fully engaged in the moment without judgement. Becoming aware of your surroundings, thoughts, feelings, and sensations that you might be experiencing allows you to become more thoughtful with how you respond to moments in your daily life.

By |August 26th, 2020|#LiveWholeHealth|Comments Off on Live Whole Health #44: Breathing space

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