National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is October 23-29, 2016
Nearly half a million children living in the United States have elevated blood lead levels that may cause...Read Full Article
What do you need to know about Zika? Check out these eight fast facts from CDC so you can better protect yourself and your family from Zika.
1. All pregnant women in the United States should be assessed for possible Zika virus exposure and signs or symptoms of Zika during each prenatal...Read Full Article
This month, as we enjoy Halloween, let's celebrate our freedom from an unhealthy lifestyle and embrace renewed well-being. We can strive to have more energy, confidence, and overall satisfaction. I will help you make those changes you have been wanting to make for so long, and the benefits will...Read Full Article
Roughly 1.8 billion adolescents and young adults between the ages of 10 and 24 live in today's world, representing the largest generation of adolescents in human history. These young people face never-before-seen shifts in populations, economies, technology, health, and the environment. The...Read Full Article
Healthy food doesn’t just magically show up at your house. You’ve got to shop for it, and with the overwhelming number of choices available in today’s grocery stores, this can be challenging. Here are seven tips on how to fill your cart with the good stuff.
1. Shop the Perimeter...Read Full Article
Who is your inner voice—the cheerleader or the drill sergeant? Being human can be a funny thing. We are predisposed to negativity (called a negativity bias) and there’s a very good reason why we are this way. But when we let too much negativity seep into our lives, it can result in an unhealthy...Read Full Article
If you’ve got the summertime blues (or the blues at any time of year, for that matter), don’t fear—these mood-boosting food secrets can help put a little extra pep in your step!
Strategy #1: Have oatmeal for breakfast (or for any meal).
The CDC has released a report confirming that children in Flint, Michigan, were significantly more likely to have higher levels of lead in their blood during the recent crisis when the Flint River was used for drinking water. The...Read Full Article