health and wellness

Sinus Buster Allergy Buster Summertime Allergies

A few days ago I woke up with a scratch in my throat and a headache between my eyes. The very next day I woke up with NO voice whatsoever and it was then that […]

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April is Sports Eye Safety Month. Just how often do we think about protecting our eyes though?  Did you know that sports-related eye injuries range from abrasions of the cornea and bruises of the lids […]

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Health Canada recommends that we eat 7-10 servings of fruits and vegetables every day.  In the United States, the USDA says that for each meal, half of your plate should consist of fruits and veggies. […]

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This past year, I’ve been sick a few times with colds that include all the fun symptoms –runny nose, coughing, congestion, headaches, and aches and pains. From the time I was a teenager (I will […]

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Lost First Tooth

Grace Pamer, the love letters lady behind Romantic Frugal Mom, is joining us today for a very relevant guest post. We are thrilled to have her discussing the important health issue of whether oral health […]

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Easter Traveler (Back View)

Grace Pamer, the love letters lady behind Romantic Frugal Mom, is joining us today for a fantastic guest post. We are so thrilled she is sharing her thoughts on the topical debate of whether kids […]

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Tackle It Tuesday

Last month, I caught my daughter’s virus. It started with a headache that traveled from the back of my neck and quickly spread through my whole body. The headaches and body aches were followed by […]

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  The other day I went to the doctor to get my yearly checkup and I noticed that the waiting room was full of people who were sick and had caught some kind of virus. […]

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the power of powernapping

Jennifer Moline is a creative writer for the PsPrint Blog. In this guest post she shares how to to recharge your batteries using power napping. The thought of a long, hard day at work or […]

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It’s hard to be a woman today and not have a breast cancer story. Whether it’s a personal experience surviving breast cancer or the experience of watching a mother, sister, or friend struggle through it, […]

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