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Exercise is also good for your mental health

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Female doing situps with help from male exercise partner.

Everett Clinic psychologist, Dr. Paul Schoenfeld, discusses the benefits of exercise on mental health, including the ability to reduce anxiety, improve the mood and increase emotional intelligence. Read more about Exercise is also good for your mental health

Savor the moment

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Sunrise over Green Lake Washington.

On the morning of New Years Eve, I started my walk around Green Lake in the pre-dawn darkness greeted by tall cedars and naked maple trees.  As I walked past swimming ducks and Blue Herons patiently waiting for breakfast, the eastern sky grew light. That afternoon, in my office at the Everett Marina, I watched a magnificent sunset over the Olympics. The sky was cloudless and luminescent, painted with red and orange streaks of light.

For me, the perfect day is watching the sunrise and the sunset. They are magical moments. Why? Read more about Savor the moment

What do you want to read about in 2016?

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What topics would you like to read about in 2016.

Everett Clinic clinical psychologist, Dr. Paul Schoenfeld, wants to know what topics you want to read about in 2016. Read more about What do you want to read about in 2016?

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In the news: CAPG Advances Risk-Based Coordinated Care Coast to Coast

January 05, 2016

The Everett Clinic is listed as one of the 35 national members of CAPG, the leading US professional association for physician organizations practicing capitated, coodinated care. The organization now represents more than 210 physican prganization in 40 states, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico.

The organization is poised for a strong and dynamic future in its core objectives of advocacy, education, and leadership in implementing and expanding risk-based coordinated care. Read more about In the news: CAPG Advances Risk-Based Coordinated Care Coast to Coast

To buy or not to buy: Fitness trackers

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Runner lacing up shoes before a brisk walk in the New Year.

Okay—I have to fess up. I am breaking my own rules about New Years resolutions. I realized this fall, despite all of my good intentions and good health habits, my weight’s been creeping up. Sure, I have many good excuses—two months in glorious Spain, my daughter’s wedding, and big changes at work. But the simple fact—I want to stem this tide before the big flood comes! Read more about To buy or not to buy: Fitness trackers

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