August 2016:Travel Safety Month

August 2016:Travel Safety Month

We all love to travel, whether it be for work or leisure. Though visiting other cities is lots of fun, it’s important to keep your health and safety in mind. Traveling to a different state or country can expose you to different climates, diseases and time zones...
September 2016: Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

September 2016: Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s Awareness month is upon us! Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S., killing more people than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. It is the only disease in the top 10 causes of death that cannot be slowed, stopped or...
July 2016: UV Safety Month

July 2016: UV Safety Month

We all love to relax and spend time outdoors during the summer, but we must remember to protect our skin. Ultraviolet rays are part of sunlight and can penetrate and change the structure of skin cells. This could result in irritation, sun burns, skin cancer, or other...
June 2016: National Fresh Fruit & Vegetables Month

June 2016: National Fresh Fruit & Vegetables Month

Growing up, we’ve all heard “make sure to eat your greens” and “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Though these phrases may seem old fashioned, it’s important to take that advice into account. Fruits and vegetables are an...
May 2016: National Physical Fitness & Sports Month

May 2016: National Physical Fitness & Sports Month

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and we want you to be physically and mentally fit this summer! Many diseases are linked to your physical fitness, and by simply partaking in 30 minutes of exercise a day, you instantly increase your heart health,...
April 2016: National Walking Day

April 2016: National Walking Day

April 6th is National Walking Month and we want you to walk towards a healthier lifestyle! Walking at least 30 minutes a day helps you reduce your risk of major diseases and cancers in addition to keeping you fit. Keep reading to learn proper walking techniques, tips,...