While you can’t completely prevent breast cancer, there are certain risk factors and prevention steps that you can take that may reduce your risk of breast cancer.
We're suppose to have an intense winter this year with lots of snow and cold temperatures so I'm making sure to have all the cold weather essentials needed to stay warm, cozy and healthy this season.
The 18th annual Take Back Day will take place on Saturday, October 26th from 10 am to 2 pm. Take Back Day encourages the public to safely and anonymously dispose of old, expired and unwanted prescription drugs.
I can be moving full-speed ahead and then suddenly an hour or so after lunch, the mid-afternoon slump hits hard. My eyes start getting droopy, my focus goes completely out the window...
Life is busy and the thought of squeezing another appointment into your calendar is daunting, but YOU matter too. Your health is just as important as everyone else in your family. You can’t take care of others if you’re not healthy.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard about CBD. CBD hemp extract, or Cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive product of industrial hemp that supports total body wellness. I’m a pretty skeptical person when it comes to a lot of health and supplement hype...
Having nutritious foods organized and prepared as well as fewer processed foods in our home sets us up for success. Less temptation leads to better choices in our day-to-day lives for a happier and healthier spring!
Throughout the years I’ve jumped from one sport to another: running, yoga, weightlifting, rock climbing…you name it, I’ve probably done it. I love to sweat, push myself hard, the feel good buzz of a great sweat session and I especially love my workout clothes! I’m always trying to find great athleisure wear that doesn’t break [...]
Cancer is one of those diagnoses that I think that most of us have been affected by in one way or another. 1 in 3 people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives which is a pretty staggering and scary statistic.
While we can't control all the factors that can effect our sleep (ahem, hungry babies and crying toddlers), there are many healthy and simple habits that we can add to our routines to work towards falling asleep quicker.