Summer is a time of travel and fun. But with every bed an exhausted traveler falls into after a day of sightseeing, the chances of bringing home an unwanted bug increase. Bedbugs don’t fly or jump or come in from your garden. They crawl very quickly and are great at hiding in your luggage when … Continue reading How Best To Snag And Destroy Bedbugs?
Finding a good primary care doctor can feel a little bit like dating. It’s awkward. Your expectations are high. You know it’s rough out there, but you’re still secretly hoping to find the one. So where do you begin? Just like dating, finding a doctor you click with is all about trusting your intuition. Click … Continue reading How To Pick A Doctor (Or Break Up With One)
At the start of the new year, parents may encourage their teens to detox from social media, increase exercise, or begin a volunteer project. While kids may bristle at the thought of posting fewer selfies, surveys indicate 55 percent of adolescents enjoy volunteering. And according to a recent study, when it comes to helping others, teens may … Continue reading Helping Strangers May Help Teens’ Self-Esteem
The idea that smiling can make you happier — often referred to as the “facial feedback hypothesis” — dates back to the 1800s when Charles Darwin suggested that it could improve your mood.
Each year, 1 in 6 Americans get sick from eating contaminated food. CDC tracks foodborne illnesses and collaborates with state and local health departments and other federal agencies to investigate foodborne outbreaks. CDC’s work provides information to improve food safety. To read the full article, click here
About 60,000 young children end up in emergency rooms each year because they got into medicines while an adult wasn’t looking. These emergency visits can be prevented by always putting every medicine up and away and out of children’s reach and sight every time you use it. Families take medications and vitamins to feel well … Continue reading Put Your Medicines Up and Away and Out of Sight