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Moving to Heal: Back Pain Exercise Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

Nothing can put a damper on your exercise regimen faster than a sore back: whether you just tweaked it a little or you have chronic back problems, trying to stay in shape can be tough when every move you make hurts. But you don’t have to stop exercise altogether if you have back...
Posted On 22 Mar 2017

5 Activities to Carry Out With Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer’s disease is a disease that mostly attacks old people. It is commonly referred to as heightened dementia. This means that it is not all about memory loss but also includes many other conditions. Alzheimer’s disease can be very difficult to detect, especially if you are...
Posted On 06 Mar 2017

Finally in Control: Simple Strategies to Stop Emotional Eating

If you are feeling a bit low or stressed out, it is not an unusual response to seek a bit of solace in the form of some sort of comfort food that we have a positive association with, but for some of us emotional eating can get out of hand. Here are some tips and strategies to...
Posted On 24 Feb 2017

Your Cervical Health Awareness! Reasons To Get Checked and Sentiments From The Stirrups

This is a sponsored conversation written by me with support from Hologic, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine. As women, we learn early on that the idea of extreme privacy goes out the window when we get our first Pap test lol. Getting your regular Pap isn’t always the...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017

Facing the Future Fearlessly: What You Can Do to Firm Your Neck and Chin

As you grow older, your skin gradually begins to lose its youthful firmness. This is often most noticeable around the neck and chin. You will probably begin to notice some sagging around your mid 40’s as the skin beneath your chin begins to loosen. Unfortunately, the aging...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017

4 Ways to Improve Your Smile and Maintain Oral Health

Even with amazing advances in the field of preventative dentistry, many patients continue to struggle with unattractive and unhealthy smiles. These four tips will help you keep your smile healthy, straight, and bright throughout the years. Drink Water Before and After Meals...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017

The Benefits of Protein Shakes for Women

Most women might feel that the only people who benefit from protein shakes and supplements are bodybuilders. While it is true these shakes are used to build lean muscle mass, which can benefit every woman, it’s also true that protein shakes stimulate weight loss, reduce appetite,...
Posted On 09 Jan 2017

Be Ready For Any Cold or Flu with Your Vicks Winter Wellness Care Kit! + giveaway

Winter is “the most wonderful time of the year” but it’s also the time that many of us get sick. While we’re sharing holiday cheer, resolutions, we’re often sharing germs too. With that said, there’s no need for you or your family t...
Posted On 09 Jan 2017

Just Turned 26? What to Do When You’re off Your Parents’ Insurance

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, young adults can stay on their parent’s insurance plans until they are 26. However, once they reach that age, they still have many options available to them as it relates to getting coverage. What are some ideas for those aged 26 or older...

Stop Starving Yourself: Sane Ways to Ditch the Diets and Eat Better for Your Body

The fundamental problem with a restrictive dieting routine is that it is extremely hard to stay on track as your body and your mind tells you what it thinks about starving yourself. A better approach is often to eat healthy and let that be the route to a great life and a more...
Posted On 21 Dec 2016

Go With Your Gut and Get Your Body In Tip Top Shape For 2017 and Beyond

Special thanks to Renew Life Probiotics for sponsoring this post. Get ready to get your body in tip top shape! As women we don’t often have the, dare I say, luxury of speaking about our digestive health openly. But the fact is, if we can’t talk to each other about...
Posted On 20 Dec 2016

Dementia Decoded: Overcoming the Challenges of Communicating with Your Loved One

Watching a loved one suffer with Alzheimer’s or any other form of dementia can be a painful experience for all those involved. See someone that you’ve know for so long slowly becoming someone else entirely is not only difficult, but it can also be draining for those who...
Posted On 06 Dec 2016