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Aristotle once said that humans, by nature, are social animals. So, when public health concerns dictated a need to distance ourselves from each other, it was easy to feel lonely and isolated. What better time than now to practice self-care?

Vacations can be transformative. They take you out of your comfort zone and introduce you to new sights, tastes and adventures.

Have you heard of a pelvic floor PT? Do you crinkle your face up trying to imagine what in the world these professionals could possibly do all day? You're not alone.

Life has been extraordinarily challenging this past year, so it's more important than ever to be intentional about your self-care. Not to be confused with selfishness or self-indulgence, self-care allows us to be resilient in stressful times and be there for those who depend on us. Below are a collection of simple tips on practicing self-care from Pine Rest experts.

Metro Health – University of Michigan Health's newest outpatient office is bringing more services and easier access to care to families in East Grand Rapids, Cascade and the surrounding areas.

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