April 20, 2017
Wellness
April 18, 2017
Wellness

5 Foods that Can Improve Your Cognitive Function

by Ryan Nelson Memory loss is one of the most feared consequences of aging. While some memory loss is normal, diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s can be devastating to both the victims of these diseases and their families. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, comprising 60 to 80 percent of cases. There is no […]

Bonding From Distance: A Grandparent’s Perspective

Long distance relationships are challenging for adults, so how can children develop strong bonds with Grandparents they only see a few times a year?

Overnight Mason Jar Oatmeal

Overnight Mason Jar Oatmeal  – this is brilliant if you’ve ever tried to cook a nice hardy oatmeal for your kids on a cold school morning – it can be time consuming and (for me) messy. These can be prepared Sunday for the entire week. The premise is to add all dry ingredients to the jar […]

Talk to Your Hunk About His Junk

They talk about it incessantly, isn't it about time the conversation was productive?!

iChill Brings Cryotherapy to Bellmore

Looking for something new to pamper yourself?  How about spending some time in a chamber that is -240 degrees?  Not your idea of fun?  Well, it wasn’t what I had in mind either, but after my experience at iChill in Bellmore I plan on making it a regular event!  New to Bellmore, iChill is one […]

Why Carrots Are Good For You

And, do you think they healthier cooked or raw?

Beyond Easter Candy for Baskets

I know the kids LOVE getting candy, but there are other options! Shop at Michaels and fill their baskets with crafts. Or gather cute socks and accessories from your local dollar store or Five Below. If you really want to go all out, surprise them with a new kitten or bunny. Here are a some non-candy Easter […]

Ridgewood Water Update

April 6th Update.

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