Lisa Hess likes having a way to check the air quality before allergies attack. Here’s her evaluation of the State of the Air app from the American Lung Association.
Pivotal Living gives users a fitness tracker and app for just $15/Yr! Chris Weitzel road-tested this tracker and app and reveals the good, the bad, and leaves the ugly to the experts.
Dr. Jennifer Nolan conquered obesity by finding a new way of eating that links your diet with your spiritual life. Here she shares the story behind her weight-loss success.
Lisa Hendey invites you to join a “tech tribe” to support a mutual path to emotional and physical wellbeing. Feel free to comment on your own journey and please send prayers!
The debate rears its ugly head even in the safest of places. Should Catholic parents agree to vaccinate their children with vaccines made from aborted fetal cell lines or not? How can we protect our children and keep the faith? Well no one said it would be easy, but here are some thoughts that might help.
Sleep helps kids do well in school, improves social functioning, prevents illness and injuries, and even prevents obesity. But American children don’t sleep enough. With touch-screens luring children to avoid bed, we have a growing epidemic of pediatric sleep deprivation. Don’t let your kids go to school sleep-deprived. Summer is ending and it’s time to get your kids on a back-to-school sleep schedule.
Here are 10 tips for back-to-school sleep:
According to Dr. Peter Urbanik at Brookview Dental in Sylvania, Ohio, women over the age of thirty-five can make similar missteps in caring for their dental health. Dr. Urbanik cites the following list of mistakes as those he routinely sees during the course of his practice.