Brush. Floss. Rinse. Chew

Brush. Floss. Rinse. Chew

Fresh breath, strong teeth and healthy gums are all part of your oral health. There are four simple ways you can make —and keep— your mouth clean and healthy: Brush twice a day. Floss regularly. Rinse with mouthwash. Chew sugar-free gum after meals.    It is...
New Year. New You.

New Year. New You.

With the new year quickly approaching, the American Medical Association (AMA) is offering 10 recommendations to help Americans make the most impactful, long-lasting improvements to their health in 2019.   “This is the perfect time of year for each of us to...
Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

What’s the magic number when it comes to how much sleep you need each night? Experts say we should aim for at least seven or eight hours in order to thrive the next day. Sleep allows us to recharge our brains and bodies. However, in today’s jam-packed world of always...
Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Winter is upon us, and with that can come a series of unpleasant feelings, more so than all the snow and cold already do!   Seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD, is a type of depression that is related to the changes in seasons, typically beginning in...
On a Tight Budget

On a Tight Budget

This time of the year the household budget always seems to be tighter than usual.  Energy costs go up, things we rely on seem to break down in the cold and are expensive to fix, and our bodies seem to need more food to keep us warm.  Below is a checklist of some...