As we get deeper into the winter season, a lot of us may be tempted to stay indoors. The abundance of snow, the low temperatures, and the coziness of our homes keeps us looking through a window. However, staying indoors for months on end can take quite a toll on our mental and physical health--this especially applies to children. This year, take a look at the various ways to keep your kids healthy during the winter--their renewed health and energy will thank you.
Life can look very different during the days and weeks after surgery. Your focus revolves around recovering from the surgery, but trouble sleeping can make both the days and nights seem even more difficult. If pain, discomfort, or other complications keep you up at night, consider these tips for sleeping well after surgery.
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Another year is behind us, and now it's time to get back to our normal routines. Many of us, including myself, have overeaten during the holidays; it's just part of it. It's a great time with family, close friends, and homemade desserts. Every year a family friend bakes a homemade pecan pie using fresh pecans from her own property, and believe me, it is a slice of paradise!
(SPM Wire) Americans are notoriously sleep-deprived, which can have unpleasant and even dangerous effects. And while a nap can alleviate fatigue, increase alertness and improve mood, for years napping was considered to be a pastime more appropriate for little children and the sick than healthy adults.
But the tides are changing. National Sleep Foundation encourages napping, citing improvements in alertness, performance and mood as benefits. So here are a few tips on getting the most out of your daytime snooze:
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. These five tips can help you reduce your risk.