Does your organization promote healthy eating, exercise and an overall healthful approach to life? If so, then you are probably aware that March is National Nutrition Month. In an effort to inspire healthy eating in all age groups, races and genders, National Nutrition Month reminds us that we can take control of our health by… Read Article →
If you are like me, you are always searching for a pair of sunglasses. Whether you want something flashy, something functional or a pair that is somewhere in between, you are always on the hunt for the perfect pair of sunglasses. That is why I get so excited when one of my favorite companies features… Read Article →
Did you know that your lifestyle can have a dramatic impact on the health of your heart? By changing just a few things in your life you can reduce your risk for heart disease and prolong your life. Whether you are a doctor encouraging patients to live healthier lives, a coach teaching athletes about heart… Read Article →
Did you know that for the past 30 years, Canadians have celebrated National Non-Smoking Week? Held each January, thousands of Canadians ban together to give up years of smoking and look forward to healthier lifestyles.
I don’t know about you, but I’m addicted to my Blistex lip balm. I’m pretty sure I re-apply it a hundred times a day. Well maybe not that much, but definitely a lot. I have at least two or three tubes in my purse or at my house at all times. There is one on… Read Article →
Flu season is upon us, and unfortunately if you’re like me chances are you’ll be sick at least once. I’ve been battling a cold for over a week now! Not fun, trust me. The thought that summer, or even spring, is so far away makes me shiver!
What’s the most competitive kind of event marketing? The kind that matches the competition of the main attraction- marathon marketing draws a huge crowd, and a huge need for cheering accessories as well as supplies for the competitors busting the seams on their Nikes in 20 mile races. Marathons are becoming more and more popular,… Read Article →
Nurses are in high demand. The U.S. Department of Labor expects employment of these warriors in white to expand 23% between now and the year 2016. With such numbers in their favor, one might expect nurses to be treated like the cream of the health care crest. Yet, all too often they are taken for… Read Article →
Camels have a lot of things humans don’t. Three sets of eyelids, sealable nostrils, reservoir humps of fatty tissue (well, some of us…). Most of all, they have a resistance to dehydration that evades the rest of us. Daily, we should all drink half our weight, converted into ounces. I weigh 130 lbs; I should… Read Article →
USA Today recently ran a feature article about the rising use of hand sanitizers. Back in the early 80’s, when Purell had the market all to them selves, hand sanitizers were a “behind the scenes” product. Back then, if a business provided hand sanitizers, it would raise questions about cleanliness. Today, it’s just the opposite…. Read Article →