Seeing loved ones at a safe distance -- and in some cases, not seeing them at all -- has been hard for even the most introverted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One local mother is living proof that there is no excuse to avoid living a healthy lifestyle.
Inhale and exhale.
Exercise and fitness apps can help meet your wellness goals, but good health doesn’t end there. From meditation and tracking water intake and sleep to knowing what’s in your food, thousands of apps are available to support the rest of your health.
We are all too familiar with flu symptoms: fever, chills, cough, body aches, fatigue and so on. Thank goodness we get a reprieve during the summer when our risk of getting the flu lessens.
Unless you’ve been there, you don’t know. You can imagine and have empathy, but you don’t know. Thank God I had my amazing friend, Alissa, there for emotional support, or I would not have survived.
There’s no doubt our reliance on phones, tablets and computers will continue. But with this persistent exposure, is there a risk to our eyes? Is there anything that can be done to protect our vision?
It may be the hardest thing you ever do, but it may save a life. If you’re concerned that a loved one’s depression may lead to suicide, talk to them.
The human body and its immune system excels at fighting foreign invaders like bacteria and viruses.
Tracy Osborn wasn’t expecting anything life-changing when she attended a presentation on weight-loss surgery in January 2016.