Tag Archive: Wellness Challenge

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Eating a healthy breakfast is one of the best ways to start your day. And research shows that it may help steady your blood sugar. People who eat in the morning are also… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Building deep, nurturing bonds with friends and family is good for your health. Do you know one of the best ways to improve those bonds? Tune in to others with caring and compassion.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Playing an instrument may help guard against the loss of brain function as you age. Even if you have never played music before, it’s not too late to start. Studies show that adults… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Kitchen sponges can pick up all sorts of germs, like salmonella and E.coli. But rinsing it won’t kill the germs that can make you sick. But a daily trip through your dishwasher will.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Strength training is good for more than just your biceps and triceps. It’s also a great way to keep the muscles that support your knees strong. This includes the muscles in your thighs… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Reroute any electrical cords that cross walkways. Pick up magazines, shoes, children’s toys, and pet toys from the floor. And secure area rugs to the floor using double-sided tape. You’ll be able to… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Get your eyes checked at least once a year if you wear glasses or contact lenses, or if you’re over the age of 40. Keeping your glasses and contact lenses up-to-date helps keep… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Food poisoning is no fun. And if severe enough, it can make you dangerously sick. Leftovers older than 3 or 4 days may be rife with bacteria known to cause food borne illnesses.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

If you’re feeling sad or depressed, try taking a brisk 30-minute walk. Or, hit the gym, shoot some hoops with the kids, or go to a dance class. Working out releases chemicals in… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Do you enjoy sipping a couple of cocktails when you get home from work? Or savoring a cup of coffee after dinner? Unfortunately, these types of drinks can affect your sleep. Caffeine can… Continue reading

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