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Start Some Healthy Holiday Traditions

December can be stressful. With added social and financial obligations, it can disrupt healthy habits and leave you feeling lonely or depressed. Learn ...


Lifestyle Changes Can Help Kids Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes was once diagnosed much more often in overweight adults. But it now affects kids who have poor eating habits and get little exercise. ...


Your Child’s Separation Anxiety and School

As the school year starts, children may have some anxiety about going to school. This could happen even if they are not going to school for the first ...


Knowing When to Seek Treatment for Mental Health Disorders

Knowing when to seek treatment for mental health disorders is important for parents and families. Families, spouses, teachers, or friends are often th ...


How and Why to Keep a Training Log

A training log can help you get more from your workout. It will help you organize and save information about your exercise routine so you can work tow ...


National Back to School Month: Setting Children Up for Success This School Year

The new school year will be here before you know it! Here are some suggestions to help make the transition back to school smooth.


Getting Outdoors

The health benefits of getting outdoors are valuable for both physical and mental health. Let’s talk about those benefits!



Staying fit and healthy over the holidays is an attainable goal. Set yourself up for success and enjoy the blessings of family and friends!


Tips for Back-to-School

The 2021-2022 school year is quickly approaching and bringing with it unique challenges to parents, students, and school staff. This year, along with ...


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