Protecting Your Family Against Elder Care Abuse
How we care for our elders is an expression of our gratitude. They raised and cared for us, and as the roles reverse, it’s our responsibility to make sure...
Oct 20
Will an Aspirin a Day Really Keep a Heart Attack Away?
Will an aspirin a day keep a heart attack at bay? The answer: It depends. If you’ve had a heart attack or stroke, or are at high risk for one (and not...
Oct 17
Are You Ready to Jump Back into Sports?
Have you ever woken up from a long nap, not knowing where you are, what time or even what day it is? Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been living...
Oct 11
Helping Seniors with Mental Illness Cope with Pandemic Isolation
At the end of a busy day, a little separation from work or your kids can be just what the doctor ordered. Even while isolating during the pandemic, life...
Oct 05
Cold Hands? It Could Be Raynaud’s Phenomenon.
Some things are 100% reliable. Tax season comes every year, your friend will be late for dinner, it’s raining in Seattle and your hands are cold. We all...
Oct 04
7 Ways to Have a Happy (and Safe) Halloween During COVID-19
So many of us have been anticipating October. Right about this time, there begins to be a bit of a nip in the air. The leaves begin to fall. And we dust...
Oct 01
How to Avoid a Sore Arm After a Flu Shot
It’s flu season, which means many of us are heading to our doctor or local clinic for a flu shot (And if you haven’t, there’s still time!). This year,...
Sep 28
Virtual Learning: 4 Ways to Support Your Child’s Social-Emotional Development
As parents, you know the critical role social and emotional learning plays in your child’s overall success. Sure, learning reading, writing and arithmetic...
Sep 26
Tips for Balancing Work from Home + Homeschooling
For many working parents, balancing work and family has always been a challenge. Thanks to COVID-19, finding a balance has become even more precarious...
Sep 20