By Stacy Kehl, APRN, FNP-BC As a nurse with over 20 years experience, I have to admit that prior to becoming the mom of a Type 1 diabetic (T1D), I had little experience with the disease. I knew the basics: Beta cell destruction, long-term chronic conditions caused by T1D (kidney...
By Dr. Richard Chern, MD As we age, it seems like it’s more difficult to get a good night’s sleep. For some of us, it’s harder to fall asleep and others have difficulty staying asleep. Then there are those who have difficulty with both falling asleep and staying asleep. A...
By Jamie C. Williamson, PhD Most gift givers assume that a more expensive present will be more appreciated, yet receivers don’t appreciate expensive gifts more than other less expensive gifts. And, that goes for gifts of clothes, wine, home décor, jewelry, and even the price of an engagement ring. Research clearly...
Fundraiser with Silent Auction Let’s celebrate! With the Christmas season ahead, we are excited to announce our first Annual “Pearls & Poinsettias” Christmas Banquet. This is the annual fundraising event for Humble House Ministries. As we close out the 2021 year, we are excited to see what God has done in-and-through...
By Greg Durette This is the time of year when you should review your Medicare options and make important decisions about your coverage for 2022. Right now, we are in the Annual Election Period (AEP) for all Medicare beneficiaries. It is often referred to as the Annual Open Enrollment Period. This...
By Jamie C. Williamson, PhD Most marital conflicts are unsolvable. In fact, according to renowned relationship researcher John Gottman, 69% of marital conflicts are perpetual problems that couples will never resolve. Only 31% of the problems in marriage are solvable. This is true for both happy couples and unhappy couples. So,...
By Greg Durette, Florida Health Connector For those folks new to the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), the overwhelming volume of mailing pieces, emails and phone calls are dizzying. For those folks more experienced in this time, the sigh of despair and cries of “Oh no, not again!” can be...
By Kay Leaman, Health Architect, HealthyDay HealthyLife The 4th quarter of 2021 lengthens our ‘To Do’ lists and reminds us how quickly this year has gone by. The Destin Fishing Rodeo has begun and there are more celebrations on the horizon: The Bloody Mary Festival, Eggs on the Beach, the annual...

The Other Pandemic

By Stacy Kehl, APRN, FNP-BC COVID-19 dominates the news these days: we haven’t lived a day since January 2020 without being inundated by it, but that doesn’t mean that other diseases no longer exist. In the world of medicine, there is another pandemic that we see every day, however the...
By Dr. Richard Chern, M.D. One of the most bothersome symptoms women mention at their initial visit is a loss of sex drive. A decline in sex drive is very typical for women as they age. This decline is directly related to the decline of testosterone. Testosterone levels in women...

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