In the fight against heart disease, Go Red for Women Day has emerged as a powerful campaign to raise awareness and promote heart health among women. Historically, heart disease has primarily been seen as a "men's" disease, often overshadowing ... READ MORE
January is National Radon Action Month. It's a time to increase awareness of the dangers of radon gas and encourage homeowners to take proactive steps to safeguard their homes and loved ones.
Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas ... READ MORE
With the holiday season upon us, I wanted to share a little something about choosing heartfelt gifts for friends and loved ones.
For some of us, shopping for others can be a stressful and unpleasant task. You may worry about budget constraints, ... READ MORE
The holiday season is here and brings with it office parties, family functions, open houses and more. But, is it possible to enjoy ourselves at social functions while still following a healthy routine? And how do you enjoy the season ... READ MORE
In our last "Turkey Talk" blog post, we talked about general guidelines for handling fresh and frozen birds. Using the guidance of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, let's take a look at the three methods that can be safely used to thaw your ... READ MORE
I've written many blogs on aging and the importance of staying physically active. There are so many benefits to incorporating exercise into our lives. Regular exercise can lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and depression and ... READ MORE
What's an easy way to help our neighbors and address food insecurity? A friendly challenge of collecting jars of peanut butter for families in need.
Why Collect Peanut Butter?
Peanut butter is more than just good to eat. It’s also nutrient-dense ... READ MORE
Do you skip eating breakfast or maybe skimp on breakfast? For some, not being hungry in the morning or not having enough time is a good reason to skip this important meal altogether. But you might want to re-think that habit.
Breakfast ... READ MORE
Hurricane season is here, and we might (or did) experience a loss of power in the event of a storm. Have you thought about how long your food stays safe in the refrigerator if the electricity goes out?
There are things you can do to prepare ... READ MORE
You have made it through a storm and now you are dealing with fraud. Fraud is something that happens all too often and many times we are not aware we are victims until it's too late. Being aware of the "red flags" can help you avoid from being ... READ MORE