Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds. February marks National Go Red for Women Day ( https://www.goredforwomen.org/home/get-involved/national-wear-red-day/), which highlights the important steps you can take to make heart health a priority.
Tired, achy, sniffling, just plain miserable? It could be the flu. Use these guidelines to keep your family healthy during peak cold and flu season.
The latest edition of the Dietary Guidelines has shifted focus from specific nutrients to eating patterns and foods. Here’s what you need to know…
A delicious pot of soup fills your home with comforting aromas. Soup can also serve up several health benefits for you and your family, including a smaller waistline.
This year make a resolution based on one word that best describes your goal. My resolution for 2016 is to “Simplify” in all things from work to relationships to the stuff I have around my home. Connect, enjoy and give are three words that are perfect to use for resolving to live better in 2016. […]
As the New Year rapidly approaches experts are predicting their pick for the “hot” trends for 2016. Here’s a few for you to chew on…
Entertaining this holiday season doesn’t have to be difficult, time consuming or stressful. Try these incredibly easy and delicious recipes when hosting your holiday festivities for an impressive gathering that will leave you with plenty of extra time to enjoy your guests.
A simple personalized gift basket is a thoughtful gift that is uniquely designed for that special person. Start with a basket or a holiday theme box from the seasonal department and use these ideas to stimulate your creativity. Have fun with it!
What’s the perfect gift? One that will be used year round to create delicious, healthy and easy meals! Consider any of these gift ideas for the foodie in your family or for someone who is just starting out on their own.