To keep your kids healthy, get them
moving. The benefits are endless, from
boosting their muscles and bones to
A few minutes of meditation each day can
help lower stress—and your risk of
Safeguard your skin and get vitamin D
safely via a balanced diet and
supplements if needed—not from sun
Up for a swim? Aquatic exercise can
boost and maintain bone health in
Sleep well: Not getting enough could
cause you to eat more than 300 extra
calories than if you’d gotten your zzzz.
Concerned about your drinking habits?
Get screened in honor of National
Alcohol Screening Day.
This year’s World Health Day focus is
depression, a serious issue that effects
many. Reach out for help if you need it.
Bike to work safely during National Bike
Month: single-file with the traffic,
watching for hazards like open car
Someone dies from a stroke every four
minutes in the U.S. Learn your risks and
how to spot a stroke.
Did you know aquatic exercise can
provide a mood boost for both men and
women? Everybody in the pool!
Make meat dishes like burgers, meatballs
and meatloaf healthier by swapping half
the meat with chopped mushrooms.
Playing sports accounts for around
100,000 eye injuries per year. When you
play, wear eye protection.
Sleeping problems like hot flashes and insomnia are common during menopause. See an MD if you’re having trouble.
You don’t have to sit to meditate: Try
tai chi and yoga for gentle movements,
mindfulness and deep breathing.
Getting ready for Easter? Lighten up
those baskets with healthier treats,
like fruit and veggies cut into bunny
Enjoy a lighter and more vibrant Easter
dinner by adding colorful seasonal
veggies to salads and side dishes.
Hardboiled eggs are pack with protein.
Put those Easter eggs to work in your
lunchtime salad or for breakfast on the
In recognition of Women’s Eye Health and
Safety Month, make an appointment to see
your MD for an eye exam.
You can’t always beat stress, but
sometimes you can avoid it, like leaving
early for work to avoid the stress of
As you head back in the sun this spring,
cover your head—and the rest of you—to
help safeguard your skin against cancer.
Did you know that more women suffer from
strokes each year than men—55,000 more
in fact. Learn your risks.
In recognition of National Infant
Immunization Week, make sure your bundle
of joy’s vaccine records are up-to-date.
It’s National Sleep Awareness Week. Are
you getting the sleep you need? Make an
effort to get your zzzz!
Cooking at high temps can increase
inflammation in your body. Steam and
braise food like meat vs grilling it
Spring allergies 1 - Prevention.
Want three big reasons to get your weigh
in check? It cuts your risk for
diabetes, heart disease, and high blood
Experiencing jet lag on spring break?
Seek sunlight when possible to help
regulate your biological clock.
Work more veggies into your meals by
grating them into your favorite meals
Regular exercise makes you five times
less likely to suffer a stroke. Get
moving and start lowering your risk.
Want to cut your diabetes risk? Exercise
and weight loss can prevent or delay its