by Brandy Abalos Whether you had a busy week that turned into a busy month and fell out of the habit, or maybe your gym closed down during the pandemic, it is not uncommon for workout routines to
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by: Brandi Abalos All parents at some point believe the phrase "you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink" should be revised to "you can give a child storage bins,
By: Andrew Childers and Simrun Mithwani Babies born “preterm” is defined as being born alive before 37 weeks of pregnancy are completed. Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), preterm birth occurs in
by Cheryl Pope T he impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has hit everyone differently. Some people have seen it as an opportunity, while others have seen it as a complete nightmare. Either way, it’s probably
by Cheryl Pope Covid. Politics. Zoom meetings. Online learning. What’s for dinner. Blah. Blah. Blah. Whether it’s a boss, a co-worker, a spouse or a child, these days, it’s easy to want to tune out
by Diane Fultz A January 2020 study published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics stated that the average American household wastes 31.9% of the food it buys. Although most of us are unhappy with
by Mike Daly The global coronavirus pandemic has spared very little in its deadly wake—not only have we lost over half a million US citizens to the lethal virus, but industries and jobs across America
by Daniel J. Harrison I n recent years, health and nutrition experts have increasingly emphasized the link between a healthy gut and better overall health. It is no surprise that the foods people consume daily
by Tobi Millrood On the list of life’s superlatives, the greatest day in a man’s life is the day he becomes a father. Whatever was the scene of his life before, the portrait is forever
by Joshua M. Neuman One of the greatest developments in the history of humankind has been the technological advances of our civilization over the last 100 years. In 1921, there were no computers, no electronic