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The Right Way to Care for Your Reusable Water Bottle
Reusable water bottles aren't always the easiest thing to clean. All the common cleaning questions you have are probably answered here.
How to Transition from the Treadmill to Running Outside
Running outdoors is more physically demanding than running on a treadmill, so don’t jump back into it without taking some key precautions.
How to Help Your Child Make Healthy Eating Choices at School
How can you help kids make healthy choices when they buy lunch? It’s important to educate children on nutrition and how to make healthy decisions on their own.
Take Charge of Your Health During Men’s Health Month
The most common health concerns for men are heart disease, stroke, depression/mental health, lung cancer and prostate cancer.
Pandemic Parenting: It’s Not Perfect and That’s Okay
The struggle is real. Author Brianna Neace shares her take on parenting through a pandemic - the good, the messy and a healthy dose of grace and understanding.
The Road To A Healthier Gut: Digestive Disorders 101
Some aspects of gut health are uncontrollable, but there are ways to improve the health of your gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Here’s how to get started.
10 Ways to Maximize Productivity When You Work from Home
If you’ve recently had to shift to working from home, you might be feeling confused or overwhelmed with your new work environment. These tips can help.
Senior Falls: Why They’re Dangerous and How to Avoid Them
Falls are the number one cause of injuries and deaths from injury among older Americans. Find out how to reduce your risk.
National Safety Month: Tips for Proper Food Storage and Foodborne Illness Prevention
Every year in the U.S. foodborne illness causes approximately 48 million afflictions and 3,000 deaths. Proper food storage is key to avoid becoming a victim.
Housing Options for Seniors Who Can’t (Or Don’t Want) to Live Alone
What are the options when it comes to senior housing? This guest post from the Area Agency on Aging 1-B provides tips and considerations for choosing wisely.
Answers to Your Most-Searched for Nutrition Questions
Finding reputable health advice online can be hit or miss. That’s why we’ve gathered five of the most searched-for nutrition questions in one place.
St. Patrick’s Day: Get Your Plate in Shape with these Healthy Green Food Recipes
St. Patrick’s Day can mean more than green beer. Think going green as a benefit to your body and your health.
5 Tips to Help Seniors Stay Independent for as Long as Possible
If you have aging parents or are a senior wanting to stay in your home independently, this post from the Area Agency on Aging 1-B is full of helpful tips.
A Perfect Pair: Heart Health and Physical Activity
Are you getting the recommended amounts of exercise to prevent heart disease and other health conditions? Find out how much you need and how to get moving.
52 Little Habits That Will Help You Create an Amazing 2019
The new year is a great time to renew your commitment to a healthy mind, body and spirit. Here are little tweaks to do just that.
How to Work Off the Calories in Your Favorite Tailgating Foods
Tailgating is a fun way to celebrate the football season but can really increase the calorie and fat intake in your diet. Check out the damage one game can do!
This Association is Fighting Alzheimer’s Head On: How You Can Get Involved
The Alzheimer’s Association has many support groups and events for Michiganders impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Share the Facts and Join the Fight to End Alzheimer’s
The number of Americans living with Alzheimer's disease is growing. It's important to understand the disease to detect and provide accurate diagnosis earlier.
The Link Between Laughter and Health: What the Research Says
Is laughter really the best medicine? Find out how it can help your health and where the science is still unclear.