Making strong choices every day
They say “you are what you eat,” but you’re actually the result of many things. The exercise and rest you get. What you drink and what you breathe. Even your genes and the company you keep. It all contributes to your physical, mental, social, and spiritual wellbeing.
You may also be managing the health of your family-a big and potentially rewarding responsibility. Read on and discover ways for living a good life together. Enjoy the best “you” you all can be.
The Best Exercises for Kids: 7 Fun and Creative Ways to Get Moving
Finding the best exercises for kids means finding activities that get them moving without feeling like a chore. Exercise should be fun and something they look forward to so they grow up thinking of fitness as enjoyable. Sure, you could line them up and make them do calisthenics every morning, but would you have enjoyed that? There are plenty of ways to move around that are fun, and play is an important part of a child's development -- it's good for grownups as well!
When Should You Consider an Asthma Specialist for Your Child?
In the United States, despite medical advances, childhood asthma remains the leading cause of missed school days, emergency room visits, and hospitalizations. Children affected with asthma may have difficulty exercising, sleeping, and participating in regular childhood activities, says the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Milk and Milk Alternatives: Which Is Best for Your Health?
Over the past few years, milk alternatives have sprung up in grocery stores across the country, and many have adopted them without question. Besides veganism and vegetarianism, what are the reasons behind this shift away from cow's milk? Here's a bit on the controversial research on dairy and alternative milks to help you determine whether milk or milk substitutes are best for you and your family.
How to Avoid the High Emergency Room Cost
A trip to the emergency room can be extremely expensive, even for people with robust health insurance plans. However, in many cases, a little planning ahead can help you reduce or avoid the emergency room cost.
Common Types of Hearing Disorders and How an Audiologist Might Help
As you and your loved ones age, you may notice difficulties related to balance or various types of hearing disorders, which are common later in life. These may stem from problems with the bones or nerves in and attached to the ear, and they can make communication, among other things, more challenging for caretakers and their loved ones.