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Did you know that you have access to a magical health potion? No, it’s not found on some shady website in a dark corner of the Internet. And no, you don’t need to be a wizard to activate it. It’s available to most everyone and yet, many don’t fully realize its powers.

It’s a clear, odorless potion–so simple really, that most don’t realize how powerful its effects can be. With regular use, this magical liquid can:

  • Remove toxins from the body
  • Aid in digestion and helps prevent constipation
  • Smooth the skin and gives it a glow
  • Help you lose weight
  • Increase energy levels
  • Help lubricate painful joints
  • Fight off illness by boosting your immune system
  • Energize muscles
  • Fight fatigue

What is this magical health potion? You know it by one word:

water crop

 

Water is essential to good health; it’s a nutrient your body needs every day and especially in warmer climates where higher temperatures can result in an increased loss of fluids. If your water intake isn’t increased to match your output, you can easily become dehydrated, which is why keeping a water bottle with you wherever you go is a great idea.

So, make sure to take advantage of this magical health potion. Your body will thank you for it. It’s an inexpensive, easy way to improve your health, one sip at a time.

 

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Spectrum Healthcare is housed in a state of the art medical facility. We strive to make our lobbies comfortable, our exam rooms welcoming and the atmosphere warm. But when we talk about Spectrum Healthcare, we aren’t talking about a building–that’s just where we work. No, Spectrum is comprised of a team of compassionate medical professionals dedicated to YOUR well-being. You are why we do what we do. And when one of our team is recognized for his/her efforts, we couldn’t be prouder!

Join us in congratulating Sean Murray, FNP-BC for once again receiving double nominations as a result of his commitment to his patients. Thank you, Sean, for all you do!

2015 Nominee for Schwartz Center’s National Compassionate Caregiver of the Year award.
Nominee for March of Dimes Arizona Nurse of the Year award, in the behavioral health category.

2014 Finalist March of Dimes Arizona Nurse of the Year award, in the behavioral health category

2013: Winner of March of Dimes Nurse of the year award in rural health category

congrats sean

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Today begins Mental Health Awareness Week, a week designed to bring awareness and education, and what better way to start the week then with the film, “Canvas,” sponsored by Spectrum Healthcare. It is presented as part of Sedona’s Film Festival line-up and will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theater today with 4pm and 7pm showtimes. The film tells the story of how mental illness affects an entire family and is filled humor, hope and incredible performances. Click HERE to read more information.

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In addition to tonight’s film, please check the list of events occurring throughout the week; there is something for everyone and all events are FREE.
We hope you’ll join in the discussion.  Remember, the best weapon against Stigma is Education.

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There’s an old joke that says, “Everybody complains about the weather but nobody does a thing about it.”

It’s meant to point out the obvious fact that there are many things in Life over which we have no control.

Zero. Zip. Nada.

We have no control over our height, or the color of our eyes.

We have no control over the time the sun rises or sets.

We have no control over traffic.

We have no control over the person who tries to sneak 15 items into the “10 items or less” line.

And, like the weather, complaining about these things is a waste of energy because we simply can’t change them.

But there is one thing about all these things that we CAN change…our attitude toward them.

Unlike the weather and the traffic and the person in the “express check-out,” we have control over our attitude. We can change it, make it better. We have that choice each and every day. No one can do it for us and no one can take a positive attitude away from us without our consent.

We control it.

So, take a deep breath when Life hands you a situation completely out of your hands. Don’t try to change IT…change YOU instead.

(And please, count those items BEFORE you get into the “10 items or less” line. Those of us behind you with only two items thank you.) 

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