Your Holiday Toy Safety Guide

by Jen Bucciarelli

There’s no greater influx of toy purchases than around the holidays and each year, more than 72,000 children under age 5 are treated for toy-related injuries. Just because a toy is for sale, doesn’t mean it meets safety recommendations. Many… Continue Reading →

Your Guide to Organic Food

by Jessica Malen

Not long ago, organic food could only be found in health food stores. But today, due to increasing demand, organic options can be found in almost every major supermarket in America. Having so many options to choose from can cause… Continue Reading →

Re-Think Your Reflux Relief

by Jen Bucciarelli

Acid reflux, sometimes referred to as heartburn, can be a common post-meal nuisance that happens when acid from your stomach splashes up into your esophagus, where it doesn’t belong. Since stomach acid is designed to break down food, it can… Continue Reading →

Boost Your Environmental Wellbeing and Show the Earth Some Love

by Jessica Malen

Environmental wellness is about respecting the earth and your immediate environment – and it also supports your overall wellbeing. When we’re respectful of our environment, we’re more likely to protect it. Environmental wellness promotes interaction with nature and our immediate… Continue Reading →

Have a Safe Holiday Season

by Megan Van Hoet

Late November through mid-January is the time of year for thankfulness, gratitude and togetherness. The beautiful holiday decorations, gathering of families and increased travel can pose risks you haven’t thought about. While enjoying time with family and friends, make sure… Continue Reading →

22 Conversation Starters for Thanksgiving Dinner  

by Beth Czischke

Good food is a staple of every Thanksgiving meal, but good conversation can be harder to come by. As with any large gathering, you never know what’s going to happen. We’re all entitled to differing views, but it’s usually best… Continue Reading →

Amp up Your Diabetes Awareness

by Jessica Malen

November Is American Diabetes Month Nobody ever plans to get sick, yet diabetes is one of the primary causes of disability and death in the United States. Diabetes is a leading cause of heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney failure and… Continue Reading →

Fitting in Fitness on the Go

by Jen Bucciarelli

Healthy living can be part of every decision, even when you’re on the go. Whether you’re traveling for work, on vacation or are away for the day, there’s always time for exercise. Here are a few ways you can fit… Continue Reading →

Peanut Butter “Candy” Apples

by Maya Munot

This week we’re featuring a recipe for a healthier candied apple – an easy, cute and fun snack idea for Halloween that kids will love! Ingredients 2 tablespoons natural peanut butter 1 teaspoon honey 1 medium apple, cored and cut… Continue Reading →

30 Ways You Can Make a Difference

by Maya Munot

Looking for ideas on how to “pay it forward” with small random acts of kindness? Make a Difference Day is Oct. 27. To celebrate, we’re sharing several ways you can make a positive impact on the world and in the… Continue Reading →

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