• heart healthy foods

    February is American Heart Month. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of people in the United States, but there are things you can do to prevent it. Eating wholesome foods is a simple lifestyle change that can make a huge difference to your heart. These ten superfoods contain heart- Read more...

  • cpr training

    Home is where the heart is — and where 88 percent of all heart attacks occur. Are you prepared to save the life of your sweetheart if necessary? “The American Heart Association (AHA) conducted research showing that only 8 percent of people who suffer a cardiac emergency outside of a hospital or clinical setting survive,” said Read more...

  • food poisoning

    Count yourself lucky if you’ve never gone from feeling a bit queasy after having lunch to spending a miserable day (or two) camped out in the bathroom. Could it be something you ate (that hamburger looked undercooked!) Or is it a case of “stomach flu”? To clarify some terms, there is actually no such thing as stomach flu. That’s just a Read more...

  • mother and daughter

    A child’s self-esteem is the foundation for the future. Their ability to develop relationships, conduct themselves with confidence and have a better understanding of their personal strengths and weaknesses is established through their self-esteem. How does a child develop self-esteem, and how do we as parents know if our kids have enough Read more...

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