“Get more sleep” is something you have heard for a while now. You probably say it to yourself, likely upon waking. Your feet have not even hit the ground yet and you are already thinking, “Oh tonight I will get in bed earlier.”
As we are moving through 2018, we are encouraging you to pick a new monthly focus that will support you in your health journey.
For May, we have chosen to highlight movement and exercise.
We are starting our Habits of Health series off with clarity. Our next Habit of Health (HOH) for 2018 is for you to get clear on what “health” means to you.
Have you ever heard of the terms “buying local” or “eating seasonally”? For many people, the terms may conjure up images of farmers markets bursting with fresh produce, local honey, and homemade goods. To some, the terms may suggest spending a lot of money or time to find and buy food! But what if I…
WHY is my kid bouncing off the wall? Maybe he/she is toxic. Seriously. In a recent study of US children, those with higher levels of organophosphate (OPs) pesticide metabolites in their urine were more likely to have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than children with lower levels, researchers report in the June issue of Pediatrics.
“I told you that stuff wasn’t good for you.” Even though I wanted to cry, I had to laugh.