Frederick Jaccarino, M.D.
In a previous column we discussed the healthy diet. Diet is a frequent topic because it is a serious player in the pursuit of health and wellness, and it is a “modifiable” factor. Certainly diet is directly linked to most obesity. So today let’s discuss one good reason to [...]
Back to school time is, for most parents, a sacred rite. Not that having the kids around 24/7 is without its own entertainment value, but there is “a time for freedom” too.
Now it is the time for school teachers to try to harness all that youthful energy and [...]
by Frederick Jaccarino, MD
Pain is an important part of staying alive, and we all must learn to cope with this unpleasant sensation. Pain is real even if you can’t touch it, weigh it, or objectively measure it. To describe a painful condition we usually compare it to other pains more commonly known and experienced, [...]
by Anna Trusky
Allyson Angelini of Full Heart Farm in Ledyard shows off Speckles, her prized heritage rooster.
Many Americans concerned about health and nutrition are choosing to eat more locally grown food. There is even a name for them—“locavore”—which was the new word of the year in the Oxford English Dictionary for 2007. [...]