Make-Ahead Microwave Magic

by Beth Czischke

Eating breakfast is part of a healthy diet – some say it’s the most important meal of the day. As your kids head back to school, send them off with the fuel they need to succeed. You want them to… Continue Reading →

Are You Aware of All Your Vision Correction Options?

by Maya Munot

National Contact Lens Health Week is Aug. 20 to Aug. 24. For those of you who wear contact lenses, it’s the perfect time to zoom in on your healthy contact lens hygiene habits to reduce your chance of getting an… Continue Reading →

Transitioning Your Family From Summer to School

by Jessica Malen

Fall Into This Easy Back-to-School Routine Can you believe it’s already time to start thinking about your kids going back to school? This month, we have tips and tricks to help you transition your family from summertime to school this… Continue Reading →

Be Patient, It May Take 254 Days to Develop a New Habit

by Megan Van Hoet

Attention levels vary from person to person, but many believe the average human attention span is now shorter than a goldfish’s. Recent studies show that in the smartphone era, the average person’s attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in… Continue Reading →

Should Adults Get Vaccinated, Too?

by Maya Munot

Did you know before vaccines, or immunizations, were introduced, people gained immunity only by actually getting a disease and then – here’s the tricky part– surviving it? August is National Immunization Awareness Month, which means it’s the perfect time to… Continue Reading →

Easy Ways to Put Overripe Bananas to Use

by Beth Czischke

There’s No Need to Get Rid of Overripe Bananas If your first thought is to toss overripe bananas when you see them in your kitchen, think again. From muffins and pancakes to healthier versions of baked goods, there are countless… Continue Reading →

Why Switching to Green Cleaning Is Significant for Your Family and the Environment

by Jessica Malen

In the past, you may have purchased a cleaning product without giving it much thought. You selected the brand you knew, the one you trusted. Today, it’s rare to not have a large selection to choose from; sometimes it can… Continue Reading →

Play It “Safe” This Summer

by Kim Bielenda

Summer means good times under the sun and making memories with family and friends. While enjoying traditional summertime activities, however, it’s important to keep in mind certain safety measures. For example, two-thirds of drowning deaths occur in the summer, between… Continue Reading →

Outdoors Are In

by Jen Bucciarelli

Outdoor play and exploration is a fun and valuable part of a healthy lifestyle for every stage of life. It can support mental wellbeing, physical health and can even fortify relationships. See if you can coordinate an adventure to a… Continue Reading →

Transforming Micro Habits Into Daily Routines

by Maya Munot

BJ Fogg, a Stanford professor, suggests that we don’t have to get entangled in taking huge actions in order to achieve our goals. Instead, he recommends small, but measurable shifts that, one by one, build up to our bigger goals… Continue Reading →

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