For many, many people, the holidays are a time to travel and visit loved ones.
Whether you're piling into the family car, jumping on a train, taking a bus or catching a flight,
keep these tips in mind to keep you and your family in tip-top health for the rest of this holiday season.
Whether you’re in a snowy state or just experience a drop in temperatures, parents sometimes struggle to find ways to keep children active during less
than desirable weather. There’s a well-known saying in Norway that many Norwegian kids grow up with, “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only
bad clothing.” What a great way to view unfavorable weather!
We all have our favorite comfort foods, and when winter strikes, we tend to rely on them more than ever.
Looking to add more to your list of favorite
things? Here are a few healthy comfort food ideas to warm up to this winter!
More holidays are around the bend, which means abundant feasting and making merry with friends and family. Eating healthy while surrounded by a stream of tempting dishes can bring a challenge at the lunch, dinner and dessert tables. You can help yourself to a second piece of pie or practice a few doable ways that will help you rein in unhealthy eating and still bring on the cheer.
Cold days have arrived.
Before your skin has a chance to feel the effects of the cold,
dryness and wind, bolster your skin care routine with these natural tips that will keep it feeling invigorated, fresh and soft.
Face it; we’re on the phone or computer every day. Whether you’re uploading a picture to a social page, sending
a text to a friend or typing away at a keyboard—you’re tapped into technology all the time.
Prevent some long-term effects from these repetitive
movements with our simple tips and tricks.
Thanksgiving is almost here, and you know what that means—prep, prep and more prep! How do you get your meal on the table in time? How do you know if you’re making enough food? Most importantly… can you make it healthy and delicious? Of course you can! Check out these helpful tips for pulling off the perfect Thanksgiving.
Through the months of September and March, American families suffer a much higher rate of sickness and disease—especially
kids. In fact, it’s estimated that between the ages of 0-6, little ones can get colds anywhere from
8 to 12 times a year (and adolescents about 2 times
a year). But we think that’s still WAY too much. Here are some helpful things you can do to help
your children fight off those sick days with the healthiest
immune systems possible.
Dressing up, school parties, costume parades and trick-or-treating—these are the reasons Halloween tops the list of many kids’ favorite days. While no one wants to ruin this spooky and sugary celebration, with all the health concerns surrounding sugar and the poor diet habits of millions of Americans, can’t we find some ways to cut back on excess while still having fun?