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
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
Just because you have a baby in your home doesn’t mean you need to Clorox your floors daily and buy a vacuum with a HEPA filter. Being a germ-a-phobe isn’t healthy for your baby.
As National Celiac Awareness Month draws to a close, author Britt Leigh addresses issues of special concern for Catholics with Celiac.
Read how Sarah Damm overcame her fear and doubt and accomplished something she never expected to do, ever, while at the same time learning valuable lessons that can apply to a multitude of life situations.
Kelly Birnbrich describes her desire to celebrate Valentine's Day with gifts from God's natural resources.
February is Heart Health Awareness Month. Take care of all of your sweethearts by sharing heart healthy tips, meals and activities with them.
Who should we turn to when we are sick—God, medicine, or our government? Here are some thoughts from Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann.
A minor shoulder injury reminds Deanna Bartalini of a few shared lessons between taking care of our physical health and our spiritual life.
Don’t underestimate how your well-being powers your effectiveness at home and work. Christina Weber shares some ways to incorporate therapy for mind, body, and soul to keep yourself up and running.
Editor’s note: Today marks the beginning of a new monthly series called Catholic Scents. It’s based on the daily lives of two women joining together to share what living naturally and faithfully mean to them. Erin Giddens
We hope you enjoy this week’s Greetings from Gracieland, our fantastic webstrip from Jimmy Gownley and Ellen Toole Austin.
Are you looking for answers to a medical or parenting question, but don’t want to go to one of those scary medical sites that finds it necessary to include every worst-case scenario? Lisa Hess shares KidsHealth and
Traveling During The Holidays? Lynn Bode shares Top 10 tips to stick to your workouts and reduce stress.
Christina Weber challenges you to consider whether the habits running your life are good or bad.