2017

When New Year’s Resolutions Go Down The Drain: How To Recommit To Your Fitness Goals

It's been a few months since New Year's--are you still going strong with your fitness goals? If not, don't be too dismayed, Forbes says that only 8% actually keep those resolutions. But instead of waiting until next January to pick up where you left off, why not start now? Here are some health tips to help you become motivated once more. 1. Make a contract You've probably heard the advice that you should write down your goals. Read More 

6 Ways To Prepare For Your Fight Against Cancer

Facing cancer isn't something that can be described with words or understood by others who have not personally dealt with it; however, much wisdom has been garnered over time, and that information should help you prepare for what you are now dealing with. Though most don't know exactly how you're feeling, they want to understand and to help. Here are six ways to get ready for your cancer treatment and still keep some resemblance of normalcy in your life. Read More 

Tips for Helping Your Teen Feel More Comfortable with Their Hearing Aid

If you have a child that has to wear a hearing aid, he or she might feel self-conscious about it. This is due to the fact that it makes him or her stand out from his or her peers as different. This can be especially difficult for teenagers who are just having the part of their brain develop that causes themselves to scrutinize how they look more closely. Here are some tips for helping your teen feel more comfortable with his or her hearing aid. Read More 

3 Ways to Get Around Mobility Issues in Your Home

As you age, you might be looking for ways to enhance your mobility now and in the future, and there are a number of suggestions that might be useful. The more you apply these principles, the better quality of life you can hope to have inside of your home. To this end, think about the following three guidelines so that you are best able to get around comfortably while preventing accidents and injuries. Read More 

Tips for Reducing Lower Back Pain While Pregnant

If you are pregnant, you are likely excited about having the baby. You might have a name picked out already and are choosing a color to paint the walls of the baby's room. However, you are probably also relatively uncomfortable. You might feel nauseous in the mornings. You might have a hard time sleeping. You might have pain in your lower back. Luckily, the latter problem can be reduced. Here are some tips for reducing lower back pain when you are pregnant. Read More