Storms, wildfires, earthquakes or floods can lead to power outages. These dark times can be more than just inconvenient…they can also increase your risk of food borne illnesses. As the perishable foods in your fridge and freezer warm up, bacteria begin to multiply. The good news is that there are ways you can reduce your risk.
May 17, 2016 | Posted in: Food & Nutrition | Tags:
May 12, 2016 | Posted in: Physical Activity | Tags:
With the summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio nearing, I can’t pass up the opportunity to highlight some sports you might not have tried before and athletes to watch for. Get inspired and try your hand at:
Grad night. The night 12th grade students look forward to all year. Planning for after-grad has most likely been happening for months, maybe even since the beginning of the school year. The party itself usually happens right after formal convocation and can last until five or six a.m. the following morning.+ MORE
May 6, 2016 | Posted in: Physical Activity | Tags:
For a lot of us, trying to be active every day is something we constantly have to work at. With technology making our jobs, life, and hobbies “easier”, we need to find other ways to keep our feet moving quicker and heart pumping faster more often. There are many ways to sit less and move more in your day; here are a few ideas: