Ask Sofia: Should I take a probiotic?
Most people know that a daily probiotic or the occasional yogurt is a good idea, but not everyone knows why or understands the options available when it comes to getting their daily dose of healthy bacteria.
“Be Your Best Self” Event Series
Save the date! We are so excited for the new year at Clinic Sofia, and particularly eager to announce a couple of events we have in store with TeamWomenMN in 2018.
Strengthen Your Marriage
n-laws. Busy schedules. Money challenges. Kids. If your marriage or significant relationship is feeling more frayed or frantic than romantic, it is healthy to recognize that all relationships go through slumps and trials. Noticing the issue is the first step and taking the time and care to address it is the next.
Whether you are struggling to reconnect post-kids or feel like the spark has dwindled lately, these ideas can help bolster your relationship.
Ask Sofia: How Do I Update My Medicine Cabinet?
How do I update my medicine cabinet?
“This is a great question, since outdated drugs can be a danger to you and others in your family,” said Dr. Amy Hammers. “Rather than waiting until January for a fresh start, there is no time like the present to clean out and update your medicine cabinet. It will give you a fresh start for the new year and for your overall health and wellness.”
Why We Love “The Crown”
Are you as excited for season 2 of “The Crown” as we are? This award-winning Netflix series, starting Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, turns history and biography into true must-see drama. With outstanding acting and directing and insight into royal relations, the first season followed the Queen into office and marriage and highlighted the challenges of family life and royal duties. The full series is intended to last 60 episodes over six seasons.
Living Longer, Living Better
On the whole, we are living longer, with average life expectancy hovering just below 80 years for people born in the United States in 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control. By the year 2050, there were be more than 2 billion people in the world who are age 60 or older, according to an economic and social affairs report from the United Nations. However, living longer does not always mean living better.