In the U.S., diabetes — or diabetes mellitus (DM) — is full-blown epidemic, and that’s not hyperbole. An estimated 29 million Americans have some form of diabetes, nearly 10 percent of the population, and even more alarming, the average American has a one in three chance of developing diabetes symptoms at some point in his […]
You’ve probably heard the standard recommendations to get 150 minutes of aerobic exercise per week at moderate intensity…or 75 minutes at vigorous intensity. But what does “moderate” really mean? And how much harder is “vigorous”? If walking is your thing—and it is one of the best possible forms of aerobic exercise—there are lots of electronic […]
A lot of us are coming up on our one-year anniversary. We’re hopeful for the next few months, but in the meantime, we could use a pick-me-up. And we figured…
Finding healthy, sustainable ways to lose weight can be difficult at any age. With fad diets and “quick” fixes all around us, it can start to feel like those are the only good options for successful weight loss. But regardless of your age, there are safe and long-lasting habits you can adopt in order to […]
Thanks for your question. Right now a lot of people share your concerns. The coronavirus is a virus. Symptoms can include: fever, cough, shortness of breath, and body aches. If you are having these symptoms, we recommend you call your healthcare provider to discuss the best next treatment steps. While there is no vaccine for […]
Strengthen your bones — no milk mustache needed.
I’ve been a marriage and family counselor for more than fifty years and have helped more than 40,000 couples. One of the most common, yet least understood, problems that couples face is Male Irritability and Anger (MIA). I first learned about the problem, though it didn’t have a name then, when my own marriage was […]
Avoiding calorie overload in restaurants
Tip – Know when to exercise and when to rest.
Difficulty concentrating, impulsiveness, excessive energy and inability to sit still are some of the most common symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The number of children diagnosed with ADHD continues to increase, but researchers don’t know why. Currently, it’s estimated that 9 percent of American teens and over 4 percent of American adults have […]
Hey guys, The other day my husband, Sam, said that he’s really happy with everything we’ve accomplished and that he’s content being exactly where we are. I felt peaceful…for a moment. But then, I RUINED it. The overachiever part of me said “But there’s still so much more to achieve!!! I’m nowhere near where I want […]
THE NUMBER of people with diabetes, both Type 1 and Type 2, is growing. Within the next few years, it could be over five million people. As a result, it’s important to the know the symptoms and early signs so that treatment can be received in good speed.
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My first experience of the essential difference occurred when I was three years old, and my mother took me to the shoe store to get my first “big boy” shoes after wearing little white booties up to that age. After walking around the store looking at all the different kinds and colors, I knew what […]
One thing that’s changed for a lot of us this year is how we eat. Maybe for the better, maybe for worse. If you stress eat, it probably hasn’t been great. But then again, a lot of us have shifted to cooking more meals at home to avoid restaurants, or just because there are fewer […]
Too much caffeine may result in a leaky bladder.
Just getting through each day of quarantine is beginning to feel like winning the Super Bowl. For example, you might have thought you had this homeschool thing all worked out a few days ago. But this week, the novelty has worn off, your kids have lost focus, and they’re throwing their underwear at each other […]
Happy Thanksgiving Eve! Today we are going to have a Friendsgiving at work. Everyone made a dish for our lil Blogifam potluck! Currently salivating as I write this. I CAN’T WAIT TO EATTTTTT. Also, I am proud to tell you that I totally redeemed muffin making disaster from the other night! Look what I made […]
When I was growing up, men and women had different roles. The old rules required men to be the protectors and breadwinners. Women’s role was to be the homemakers and nurturers. Men’s world was outside the home in the workplace and women’s world was inside the home with the family. The old rules assumed marriage […]
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