According to some reports, drinking a bit much green tea when pregnant is not good. Why is that?
Carbon monoxide poisons thousands each year, but you can protect yourself and your family by employing the tips in this article.
(BPT) – Fun, family, food – the holidays are packed with enjoyable activities. But hectic schedules, holiday stress, and tasty indulgences at every turn can lead to a few extra pounds by the year’s end. Fortunately, with a few smart strategies, joyful eating doesn’t have to result in holiday weight gain.
Diabetes and holidays can actually go together better than chocolate and peanut butter!
More than 89 million Americans go boating each year, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association, proving it’s easier than ever to join the fun and climb aboard. Whether you’re interested in fishing, sailing, wakesurfing, personal watercraft or cruising, start planning now so you don’t get left on land this spring.
Just a decade ago, hearing aids were basic amplifiers. Now they’re completely connected with other technological devices, making everyday life easier for the wearer.
(BPT) – Improving your health and wellness can seem like a daunting task, especially if you know you have some bad health habits to break. But, several improvements you can make today can result in tremendous health benefits.
(BPT) – Another year is upon us, leaving plenty of time to reflect on what went well (and not so well) in 2014. Before you start outlining your self-improvement plan for 2015, consider this: only eight percent of people who make new year’s resolutions actually stick to them. Control the urge to recycle annual resolutions that you know you’ll never keep. Instead, identify new opportunities to keep your body fresh and your mind focused. Here are four simple steps to a happier, healthier 2015.
Vaccinations have become a controversial topic today. This article provides important health info for parents from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
(BPT) – The holidays are meant to be a joyous time. But for someone dealing with grief, celebrations can be extremely difficult. If you are grieving over a recent loss, or one that happened years ago, experts say there are things you can do to make facing the demands and the expectations of the holidays a little easier.