Enjoying food-centered holidays can be challenging for people with diabetes. They might find themselves torn between wanting to enjoy traditional carbohydrate-heavy recipes and trying to eat healthy to keep their blood sugar at a safe… Read More »Diabetes-friendly Thanksgiving Ideas
If you’re like most people, the stretch of time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is a free-for-all where you can guiltlessly indulge. But you don’t have to sabotage your waistline for the sake of… Read More »Healthy Thanksgiving Substitutions (No One Will Notice)
The COVID-19 is gaining traction throughout the globe once more. As the weather changes and the holidays come around again, it’s only natural to be concerned about your health at this time. This stress, however,… Read More »Pregnant During COVID-19? Here’s How You Can Stay Safe
What does it mean to be masculine or manly? For many, it means conforming to stereotypes related to providing, protecting, procreating and not showing your feelings. But being strong all the time often comes with stuffing down… Read More »The Importance of Dads and Other Adults in Modeling Healthy Emotions for Boys
We all know the signs too well: the runny nose, deep cough and warm forehead. Keeping your little one healthy can be one of the toughest aspects of having a toddler—especially if they go to… Read More »5 Simple Ways to Keep Your Preschooler Healthy
It would take a 185-pound person an entire workday of non-stop cross country running to burn off the higher end of the 3500-7000 calories from Halloween candy consumed by the average US child. Holidays aren’t… Read More »Making Halloween Special, Spooky – and Safe!
Here are the safety protocols that Goldfish Swim School has in place at the Rochester location. Just one of the many reasons we love swimming with Goldfish.
It’s fall and you know what that means…pumpkin-flavored everything! If you’re not a pumpkin fan, there’s a plentiful variety of fall produce that is also in season. Based on traditional Michigan crop harvest calendars, here are… Read More »Avoid Pumpkin Overload With These 6 Michigan Fall Fruits and Veggies
As technology continues to advance, it has become more and more difficult for parents to unplug their children from the electronic world. With distractions like cell phones, laptops, television and video games, it is easy… Read More »Three Ways to Keep Kids Active Into Their Teens