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The leading cause of death is heart disease. Here, in our own region. So here is where we draw the line. With the region’s dedicated Heart Hospital, a facility and staff devoted solely to cardiovascular disease, and a new intensive care unit with private patient rooms and the latest technology. Right here, because we believe an academic medical center should always lead. Caring for your heart. It’s who we are.

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Knoxville-Knox County CAC Making Things Happen


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Tackling Cardiac, Lung and Vascular Disease


Page 7 - We Wish You a Healthy New Year

Volume 1, Issue 1, 2011


Workplace Healthy Workplace: Clayton Homes

Page 9 - Dollars and Sense: Save Money on Medication Expenses


Page 10 - Coordinated School Health - Fighting Childhood Obesity

A New Year, A New You



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Editor Rachel Martinez

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The University of Tennessee Medical Center

Tackling Heart, Lung and Vascular Disease by Susan Wyatt

7-Tips for Healthy Heart, Lung and Vascular Care 1. Learn blood

pressure, cholesterol, glucose numbers

2. Eat a healthy,

low fat diet

3. Get regular

aerobic exercise

4. Control your weight

5. Stop smoking 6. Limit salt, it is bad for overall health

7. Alcohol in

moderation – if at all

With one of every three people in East Tennessee developing some form of cardiovascular disease, UT Medical Center recognized the need for a Heart Hospital dedicated to caring for this population. From the beginning, The University of Tennessee Medical Center has had a commitment to cardiology and cardiac surgery services. As the region’s academic medical center we are committed to providing access to facilities, medical specialists and services for such diseases. As the prevalence of cardiovascular disease continued to grow, the medical center established the Heart Lung Vascular Institute in 2000 to tackle cardiovascular and pulmonary disease. Utilizing a multidisciplinary approach, the Heart Lung Vascular Institute incorporated a variety of departments and specialties and put all of the services for the care of heart, lung and vascular disease under one roof.

DEDICATED In April 2010, the region’s dedicated Heart Hospital opened to meet the future needs for inpatient heart, vascular and lung care. Here, multidisciplinary teams are available to provide care and help to patients and families facing diagnosis, intervention or

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surgery. Coordinated, specialized patient care is delivered by staff dedicated to the treatment of patients with cardiovascular and pulmonary disease. Clinical protocols and pathways facilitate patient safety, infectionprevention strategies and rehabilitation planning. Facility design allows caregivers to be at the patients’ bedsides and to include family members in the recovery process.

INNOVATIVE and COMFORTABLE The new innovative cardiovascular intensive care unit (CVICU) offers amenities for both the patient and their families. The new CVICU consists of 24 private rooms for medical cardiology, cardiac surgery and vascular surgery patients. The new rooms are designed to provide comfort, tranquility and excellent care for those patients and their loved ones. There is a family lounge with televisions, wireless Internet access and a coffee bar. It provides a comfortable, welcoming space for family members. One of the unit’s most appealing aspects is the cozy respite area in the secondfloor hallway overlooking the lobby, with its view of the lighted feature wall and custommade chandelier. To no one’s surprise, hospital patients report higher levels of satisfaction if they’re

in aesthetically appealing private rooms. Each room in the new CVICU has a window that admits natural light, which has been shown to promote healing in critical care patients. These rooms offer a quieter environment, a lower incidence of hospital-acquired infections and more privacy. The CVICU rooms have been designed with patients’ and families’ comfort and convenience in mind. An important element in overall care, the presence of family members is strongly linked to better medical outcomes. Each patient room has bath and restroom facilities and a sofa that converts to a one-person bed for overnight stays by a family member. This integration of technology, evidence based clinical guidelines and family involvement, create an environment conducive to patient healing and improved outcomes.

QUALITY CARE As the only entity in Knoxville, and one of only 410 in the United States, to have received the coveted Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Distinction for Cardiac Care, we have demonstrated our commitment to high-quality care, resulting in better outcomes for our heart patients. In 2010, the American Heart Association honored the medical center with the 2010 Get with the Guidelines Silver Performance Achievement Award for the treatment of heart failure. We are proud to be the only facility in Knoxville to receive this award. We are thrilled with this new facility and the opportunity it offers to serve the people of the East Tennessee region. The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a 581-bed, not-for-profit academic medical center, which serves as a referral center for Eastern Tennessee, Southeast Kentucky and Western North Carolina. The Medical Center, the region’s only Level I Trauma Center, is one of the largest employers in Knoxville. For more information about the University of Tennessee Medical Center, visit online at

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Staying healthy can be fun! And a healthy lifestyle should be important to everyone in the new year. So, what do we have to do? First and foremost is to establish a plan with your doctor. He will want history, a physical exam and perhaps some blood work. Then the fun begins! Exercise regularly is probably the most important thing you can do. Start slow and make it fun. Find a friend. Get your walking shoes on. Regular exercise has been shown to protect the heart, reduce blood pressure, reduce stress and help you lose some unwanted pounds. Be sure to exercise at least 3060 minutes every day! Sleep at least 7-9 hours each day. Try to go to bed at the same time and get up at the same time. Here are tips for a good night’s sleep; a quiet room, no caffeine or alcohol before bed, watching medications that interfere with sleeping and making sure that a painful joint isn’t keeping you awake. At least 30% of the adult population has difficulty sleeping. It could be snoring, restless leg syndrome, sleep apnea, abnormal working hours or anxiety. If sleepless nights persist, see your doctor. or a sleep specialist. Untreated sleep problems can lead to much more serious health problems. Eating properly should be everyone’s goal. We eat too much and often the wrong kinds of foods. Start with a good breakfast and try to decrease the amount of food in each subsequent meal. Avoid fried and fatty foods. Fruits and vegetables are filling and better for your health. Enjoy eating, but change your habits to healthy ones. Enjoy life. Take time for yourself (you are special) and see what laughter can do to improve your happiness and health. A happy person is usually a healthy person. Dr. Robert Overholt Dr. Bob Overholt has been a practicing allergist in Knoxville since 1970, board certified in Internal Medicine and Allergy and Immunology and is a fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Dr. Bob, as he is known to viewers and patients alike, has been a health contributor on WBIR-TV, Channel 10, for more than 15 years. He is also host of the “Dr. Bob Show,” and the winner of multiple Telly awards for excellence in television programming. 6 • January/February 2011

Knox County Office on Aging their goal is to “make things happen for seniors!”

CAC’s Office on Aging is a public, nonprofit agency that plans for services for senior citizens and helps develop resources to meet their needs. The agency offers many programs that help seniors remain independent and in their homes for as long as possible. Some of the Office on Aging programs include Mobile Meals, CAC Transit, O’Connor Senior Center, 2-1-1, Senior Companion, Grandparents as Parents, Gift of Sight, Hearing & Dentures, and Volunteer Assisted Transportation. Knox County residents wanting more information can contact the Senior Citizens Information & Referral Service at 865-546-6262. Knoxville-Knox County CAC

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programs serve senior citizens                    

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We invite you to the 7th annual Healthy Living Expo, showcasing, health, fitness, nutrition, natural and green living products and services with fun activities and many prizes. “It’s the mall of good health”, says Karen Ray, Corporate Services & Events owner, the local company producing the expo. “You find everything at the mall, we believe it’s the same at Healthy Living Expo.


Sponsored by NuStep, Knoxville City and Knox County Government Friday is FREE Senior Day. NuStep, a company with a vision for “Transforming Lives” creates a total body exercise machine you can try at the expo. Knoxville City and Knox County both support senior day, offering free tickets at senior centers.

We Wish You a

Healthy New Year! Walk hosted by Tennessee Men’s Health and SENIOR Walk hosted by NuStep. Saturday STAR 102.1 invites families to walk to fight childhood obesity and the Women’s Health Walk is presented by WBIR, UTMC and Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center. All walks end with a prize drawing.


Sponsored by National Fitness Center Work out in the Fitness Pavilion, join a walk or visit the Get Active Stage and learn activities available in our community. Try an exercise or meet fitness experts at the Fitness Pavilion. NFC also co-hosts “Minute To Win It”, the STAR WALK and the Grand Prize with oneyear memberships for winners.

The Expo offers dozens of medical screenings – most are free. UT Medical Center will have health experts and FREE health checks with a variety of information presented in a fun, active manner. This year, UTMC partners with Food City, teaching good nutrition for your health. Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center mobile coach will be on-site for mammograms. The process takes about 20 minutes and can be billed to your insurance. Cornerstone, Exodus and Sulack Chiropractic return as Chiropractic Sponsors. They have mobile diagnostics to conduct FREE spinal scans.



The expo hosts four walks on the START Walking Track. Come Friday for the BLUE

Food City partners with UTMC Hospital to

FAMILY DAY Saturday’s attention is on families. The expo promotes “Get Active, Check Your Health and Eat Right.”


teach visitors the value of good nutrition. They will provide EAT RIGHT ideas from the cooking stage with samples for visitors to enjoy. Exhibitors will provide samples of healthy products from popcorn to healthy chocolate.

LIVE GREEN Visitors can compare products, services and gather information in the Natural Awakenings Healthy Living Healthy Planet Pavilion. Meet Lee Ann and Kurt Billings, authors of “Mold: The War Within”, at their seminar. Visit www.TheHealthyLivingExpo. com for more information and to register for free tickets.



Healthy Workplace:

Clayton Homes Margie Kidd, Senior Health and Wellness Director, Clayton Homes Healthy Living interviewed Margie Kidd, Senior Health and Wellness Director for Clayton Homes, on the company’s comprehensive wellness program. What does the wellness program at Clayton Homes cover? Our program is designed to help team members live a healthier, happier life, both at work and at home. An on-site fitness center with exercise classes,

personal training and nutritional counseling are available at no charge to team members. Clayton also offers an, “all-healthy” restaurant with breakfast, lunch and take home dinners. Employees can access health coaching for weight loss, tobacco cessation, and stress resilience through Cigna, our health plan provider. How has having an employee wellness program benefited Clayton Homes? Clayton has seen many results from implementing a wellness program. It is a great recruitment and retention tool. Team members believe the programs increase productivity and boost company morale. What changes have employees

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noted since implementing the program? Team members have life changing stories made from using the wellness programs. Changes include weight loss, reduced medication, improved health and wealth with tobacco cessation. Team members and their families have trained for a mile walk, then six months later they train for a half marathon together. We’ve seen team members make physical changes. Just as important, but harder to recognize are the negative medical events prevented by healthy lifestyle changes made at Clayton. We have a Wellness Program because it’s the right thing to do for our team members! For more information visit

Dollars and Sense:

Save Money on Medication Expenses By Dr. Robert McLaughlin, CIGNA Medical Director

pharmacy. Call your doctor’s office and request that they fax or mail a new prescription directly to your home One simple way to stretch your health delivery pharmacy. care dollar is to maximize your prescription drug benefits. People should Know Your Drug list consider: A drug list is a list of medications covered under your benefit plan. You usuGeneric Drugs ally pay less if your doctor prescribes a Generic drugs have the identical acmedication that is on your plan’s drug tive chemical ingredients as brandlist. Find the lists on your health plan’s name drugs – but can be much less web site. expensive. Ask your doctor if there are generics available for your medi- Talk to Your Doctor about Your Coverage cations. The care decisions you make with your Use a Home Delivery Pharmacy doctor can make a big difference in For medications you take regularly, your costs. For prescription drugs, your you can usually save money by usdoctor often has more than one drug ing your health plan’s home delivery to choose from to treat your condition

or illness, at varying cost to you. Share your coverage specifics with you doctor to determine your alternatives. Use the Tools Your Insurer Offers Often, large insurers offer online tools that allow you to compare what prescription medications will cost you. CIGNA’s prescription price tool is also available from your mobile smart phone. As health care costs continue to rise, it pays to be an educated consumer. With a little research, often through the website of your health benefits provider, you can find helpful information that can save you money and maybe even improve your health! To learn more visit

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Coordinated School Health Fighting

Childhood Obesity


Save Money While

Eating Better

Tough economic times have made many families look for ways to cut back on spending. Use of coupons has increased by nearly 30% in recent years and is expected to continue to rise. How can families looking to save also afford healthier, often more expensive, foods? Kasey Trenum and Kelly Thompson of offer these hints.

Go Direct

Manufacturers of all kinds of products, including many natural and organic choices, are recognizing the power of combining coupons with technology. Look for coupons for your favorite healthy products on the company’s own website or check their Facebook or Twitter account for special offers. A report from America’s Health Rankings places Tennessee as 42nd among the states for health. This is actually an improvement over previous years. The Tennessee General Assembly made a strategic move in 2006 to address the health of our children. When the legislature passed the Coordinated School Health (CSH) Expansion and Physical Activity Law the initiative expanded to all school systems in Tennessee. Tennessee is the first state in the nation to fund and implement CSH statewide. It’s great to be at the top of a positive list! CSH, which addresses the needs of the whole child, is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a strategy for improving students’ health and learning. The initiative involves collaboration with schools, families and communities. Students who are sick, malnourished, lack adequate physical activity, feel unsafe or have mental health issues may not succeed in the classroom. Schools directly receive the benefits of CSH through resources such as student health screenings, walking trails, violence prevention programs, staff wellness and health education tools. As a result of CSH efforts, more students in Tennessee are at a healthy weight and have increased access to health care services. Community partnerships are actively addressing school health priorities. There are many ways parents and community members can get involved. To find out about CSH in your district, visit the Office of Coordinated School Health website at education/schoolhealth. 10 • January/February 2011

Think Beyond Food

Personal items such as shampoo, razors and make-up as well as household items like cleaning supplies, laundry detergent and medications are all part of the household budget and can offer great savings. By cutting your spending in these areas, it will free up more of your budget for healthier products, fresh produce and other non-coupon items you desire.

Join a Community

It can be difficult, if not impossible, to keep up with all the latest offers on your own. Online communities of savvy shoppers share their finds with others, expanding the network of savings. Websites, like the one Kasey and Kelly started from their own experiences, are a great resource for staying up-to-date and getting the best bargains.

Want to learn how you can save more by spending less? Kasey & Kelly will be presenting their Live Workshops in Knoxville at the Healthy Living Expo January 21 & 22. Visit or for details.

Test Your

Eating Out Calorie IQ:

Think you can identify the lower-calorie dishes? See how many you get correct. Quiznos

Red Lobster

Olive Garden


Regular Honey Bourbon Chicken Sandwich (520 Calories) Vs. Regular Veggie Sandwich (760 Calories) Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad (850 Calories) Vs. Lunch Portion Chicken Parmigiana (570 Calories)


Beef Burrito Supreme (420 Calories) Vs. Chicken Ranch Taco Salad (910 Calories)


Cheddar Potato (330 Calories) Vs. Tuscan Tomato (602 Calories) Are you surprised by the calorie values of some of the foods listed? Bottom Line: Making healthy food choices can be difficult when using name only. Tips: Review the ingredients…What is in it? What is on it? High calorie words to watch out for and use in moderation: • Mayonnaise • Pesto • Ranch dressing • Honey mustard • Italian dressing • Oil & Vinegar • Oil (any type) • Any full fat dressing • Cream, creamy, creamed, or scalloped • Fried, battered, or crispy • Bacon • Whole milk Healthy sounding dishes are often loaded with fat, sugar, and calories. Take an extra minute to make sure you are making the healthiest food choice possible. Most restaurants have

Seafood Gumbo (470 Calories) Vs. Manhattan Clam Chowder (160 Calories) Chicken Club Sandwich (620 Calories) Vs. Single Burger with Everything (470 Calories)

Panera Bread

Sierra Turkey Sandwich (970 Calories) Vs. Asiago Roast Beef Sandwich (690 Calories)

Burger King

Garden Salad w Ken’s Honey Mustard Dressing (340 Calories) Vs. Value-Size Onion Rings (150 Calories) nutritional information available for review. This is a great way to help you make good food choices. This information can also help educate you on other food items that by name may appear to be unhealthy, but are not.

Casey Drake Peer, MS/RD/LDN is chief dietitian at The Wellness Center at Dowell Springs. For more information on programs and services offered visit the Web site:



A New Year, a

New You! A Resolution or a Revolution?

Each and every year we resolve to make this year the best year. The year we pull it all together; a thinner, healthier, and more productive version of ourselves. Fitness and weight loss are two of the top made resolutions, but over half drop off the band wagon after the first two months. Is what we are looking for a resolution or a revolution? A resolution is a formal expression of opinion or an intention made. Which sounds great at the time, but what we are really needing to occur is a change in our habits that will last through the long haul. Perhaps a revolution, a fundamental change in power or organizational structure, is more of what we are really hoping for. So how do we start a healthy revolution? Begin each day of the new year with your intentions and state

your goals either out loud or keep a journal where you can write them daily. How do you build a monument? One block at a time! Each small decision you make to eat healthier and get some form of exercise for at least 30 minutes each day, will help you in setting the foundation for the lifestyle change you are looking for. Starting small and setting attainable goals will allow you more success than taking a crash dieting course and feeling great for about 2 weeks with your accomplishments, before you return to your old habits. Working with a trainer or an accountability partner can add miles to your success. Trainers are a valuable resource that can actually help you reach your goals faster, and utilize the time you have more efficiently. Leave out the guess work. Success is not an accident, it begins with a well-conceived plan! This year, start a fitness revolution for you and your family. Start by making small, sustainable changes that will stand the test of time. Get Healthy. Live Happy. Candice McQueen stays fit working at National Fitness Center/ Court South. If you need help getting your revolution started, stop by any of our locations for a free consultation.

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Community Events YWCA Race Against Racism YWCA Phyllis Wheatley Center January 15, 2011 The 7th Annual Healthy Living Expo Knoxville Convention Center January 21 & 22, 2011

National Wear Red Day February 4, 2011 Dogwood Arts House & Garden Show Knoxville Convention Center February 11-13, 2011

Women Today Expo Knoxville Convention Center March 4-6, 2001 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon Knoxville Convention Center April 3, 2011




News Anchors Robin Wilhoit and John Becker Robin Wilhoit

I would love to say I’ve always been a fitness fanatic…unfortunately I can’t. But I have been pretty active most of my life. In elementary and high school my afternoons were filled with cheerleading practice and dance lessons. In those days I could eat anything I wanted and not pay for it. Those days have come and gone. After the birth of my first child, I wanted to lose the last of the baby weight, so I took up running and bought a treadmill. One mile eventually led to a half marathon. I’ve actually run two half marathons. My goal is to go the distance…a full 26.2 miles. We’ll see. For me, running benefits me as much mentally as it does physically. I can truly run the stress away. I also work out in two circuit/weight training sessions a week. That, combined with running, gives me a pretty good overall workout plan. Eating is another story. I love food! But, I do try to watch my portion sizes. If I go back for seconds, then I know I need to tack on another mile of running. I don’t think it’s good to deny yourself. In the end, my goal is simple: to be healthy and a good role model for my children. Visit

John Becker

Keep in mind I’m writing this after downing a Peanut Buzz Toffee Cliff Bar while slurping Kona coffee loaded with a heaping dose of sweetener. I’m trying, not so successfully, to cut back on sugar. It just means before lunch I’ll spend 45 minutes on the spin bike and another 30 minutes on push-ups, pull-ups, and core work. Throughout the day I’ll try to chug 32oz. of water, probably not nearly enough. But my fitness goals all center on trying to find balance. My recent foot surgery also forced a reshuffling of my workouts. I had to find lower impact options that would still push my heart rate. I dropped running and tennis for a spell and moved to a lot more “single-track” mountain biking. I also took to our rivers and lakes and embraced “stand-up paddle boarding.” My Australian cousin Ern is a huge surfer and he raved about the benefits of “SUPing.” You essentially stand-up on a 12 foot surfboard and cruise around using a long paddle. (Picture Twain’s Huck Finn on a “super-fly” raft.) The physical benefits include arm, shoulder, and core work but it is the MENTAL benefits of seeing East Tennessee shores from a whole new perspective that really get the blood pumping. That is especially true when trying to ride Vol Navy waves as they motor down the Tennessee River on game day! Almost everyday at 10 News we have the chance to meet or share the story of someone inspirational. Maybe it is a soldier who survived a roadside bomb blast and spent months fighting just to stand-up again. We happen to work with a woman at WBIR-TV who has overcome brain cancer and is back running marathons at a near-pro pace. I draw on those stories to help motivate my own health and fitness. Visit 14 • January/February 2011

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January | February 2011 - EXPO Edition  

Healthy Living Extra is East Tennessee's Healthy Lifestyle Magazine.

January | February 2011 - EXPO Edition  

Healthy Living Extra is East Tennessee's Healthy Lifestyle Magazine.