It can be hard in the morning deciding if your congestion will clear up after a dose of over-the-counter medicine or last the whole day, making you miserable at work. It is officially flu season, and with the number of people we come in contact with every day, staying healthy is not only important for… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Seasonal
The cold of winter is no excuse to stay indoors. Many people look forward all year to the first signs of snow to dust off skis, skates, or their favorite sleds while others take the opportunity to learn a new skill such as snowboarding. All of these wintery sports are a great way to get… Read more »
To many people, the first of January represents a clean slate and an opportunity to make a resolution to improve some aspect of their lives in the coming months. That’s a great attitude to have moving into another calendar year, but making a commitment to change habits and lifestyles for the better is a big… Read more »
During the holiday season, it sometimes seems like parties, dinners, and baked goods are around every corner. This time of year is for celebration (and a little bit of indulgence), but being worried about weight can take away from the enjoyment. It also doesn’t help that the season is kicked off with a national holiday… Read more »
Have you gotten your flu vaccine yet? National Influenza Vaccination Week was established to raise awareness about the benefits of being vaccinated for the flu each year and encourage people to get their flu shots! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) peak flu season is usually in February each year, so… Read more »
It’s that time of year again. Flu season has become an expected milestone on the calendar, but each year brings new risks in the constant fight against this illness. Here are some facts about influenza from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that you might be surprised to find out.
Halloween is an exciting time for children as they have the once-a-year opportunity to dress up in creative costumes and stroll around the neighborhood gathering candy. This holiday can be fun and memorable, but it’s important to ensure children stay safe and sound while going from door-to-door yelling “Trick-or-treat!”