In study after study, evidence shows that people of all ages who engage in regular screen time activity (e.g., watching television, surfing the internet, staring at one’s smart phone, or playing video games) go to bed later, have more trouble falling asleep, and have shorter overall total sleep time.
As our journey into the new year begins full steam, amid resolutions, renewed energy, and determination, we are reminded that January is Cervical Health Month. We are bombarded with information about cervical cancer, screenings, tests, vaccines, and statistics—all important information.
We all love this holiday time of year -- the decorations, the music, the social gatherings, the baking, the cooking, etc. The air is simply charged with a sense of contagious excitement. But, there is a flipside to all the fun…
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and, once again, you’re hosting a table of family and friends. Last year, my blog focused on sensational sides. This time around, let’s be healthy, creative, and embrace the main course experience.