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Hotel Room Workout

As much as I love to travel, it always throws a wrench into my workout routine. My regular schedule is out the window; I don’t have my equipment; often I don’t have much space to work with especially in hotel rooms and finding the time to exercise can be a challenge. But I’ve found ways […]

Try Turkish Get-Ups

The move of the week requires the whole body to work in unison – with a strong core component and many modifications to fit any fitness level. Lie flat on your back with your legs extended, one hand out to the side and the other extended straight above you (keep this arm position throughout the move). As […]

Keep Forgetting Things?!?

Misplaced car keys, forgotten appointments, can’t place that woman’s name? It’s very natural to be forgetful on occasion and yes, it does tend to occur more often as we age. How do we know when it may be a sign of something more serious or an indication of possible Alzheimer’s? Still somewhat of an enigma, […]

College Prep for Parents

Looking for tips as a parent on how to navigate the whole college process? I found this article in USNews and found it very helpful in taking away some of my anxiety: 8 Strategies for Starting Your College Application Process. Here are 3 great take-aways from the article: 1. It’s never too soon to start visiting college campuses to […]

The Big Deal About Fish Oil

Also read: Can CBD Oil Cure What Ails You? Fish is not a staple of most North American diets, however it is becoming more ubiquitous as people realize the health benefits. Ideally you should be eating 2-3 servings of fish per week. Optimal health benefits come from cold water fatty fish (salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines, […]

6 Ways to Dial Up the Romance… Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

Fan those bedroom embers with these tips.

Protect Your Heart When Shoveling Snow

For most of us, shoveling snow causes no harm and can be a good workout. But the American Heart Association warns for some the exertion and cold temps can lead to a higher risk of a heart attack especially if you have cardiovascular disease.  The following factors can put you at a higher risk for suffering a heart attack while shoveling are the […]

Natural Thirst Quenchers

It's officially summer and the temps have been high. Here are some tips to staying hydrated.

1 in 3 Moms Have This Issue

If you're a mother, there is a high probability you have this common condition that most are too uncomfortable to discuss.

Health Tips for a Positive Prom Experience

Make Positive Prom memories by staying healthy and safe.


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