Burned out on the gym? Pump up your winter workout routine with these 8 Winter Workout Ideas.
Got the flu? Worried you’ll get the flu? Our updated Flu FAQ has everything you need to know to be prepared for the 2013 flu season.
Want more inspiration for staying on track with your health goals? Be sure to check out the rest of the stories we published on the One Medical blog in January.
Pomegranate and Persimmon Spinach Salad by Karyn Duggan, CNC
6 Healthy Fish to Eat and 6 to Avoid by EatingWell.com
7 Days of Quick and Healthy Breakfast Ideas by Kindy Peaslee
Superfoods Salad: Kale and Brussels Sprouts by Alice Stern
Buyer’s Guide to Milk Alternatives by EatingWell.com
Italian-Style Braised Brussels Sprouts by Alice Stern
Hearty Black Bean and Pumpkin Soup by Alice Stern
Spicy Green Salad with Soy and Roasted Miso Dressing by EatingWell.com
Asian Tofu Salad by EatingWell.com
6 Mindful Ways to Manage Stress by Allison Hodge
What Is Traditional Chinese Medicine? by Seanna Sifflet
8 Winter Workout Ideas by Sally Wadyka
Do I Need Antibiotics for a Persistent Cough? by Malcolm Thaler, MD
Top Health Stories of 2012 by One Medical Group
Flu Season 2013: Facts and FAQs by One Medical Group
Do I Need Antiviral Drugs If I Have the Flu? by Malcolm Thaler, MD
Meet Our Providers: Kristen Nelson, FNP by Lauren Pollini
Editor’s Note: How are we doing? What kind of stories would you like to see more of in 2013? Email us at community[at]onemedical.com!
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