Prescribed Creativity

by Elia Wilson

There are many moments in life when we seek restoration and mental clarity. Regularly finding outlets that encourage us to simply step away from daily routines allows us to reflect and de-stress. When we reduce stress, we reduce health risks…. Continue Reading →

Warm Up With This Hearty Minestrone Soup

by Kristy Hegner

Enjoy a Delicious Italian-Inspired Soup This Month Warm up this autumn with our October featured recipe – a hearty minestrone soup packed with high-fiber vegetables and legumes! Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 50 minutes Total Time: 1 hour Serves:… Continue Reading →

Why Body Language and Knowing How To Read It Is Important

by Maya Munot

Did you know that pointing your torso toward your listener is a nonverbal sign of respect or that certain behaviors – like smiling – trigger mirror neurons in our brains and our faces automatically reflect what the eyes see? Nonverbal… Continue Reading →

Why Mattering To Others Is Important and How To Show Others That They Matter To You

by Maya Munot

Are You Showing Others That They Matter To You?This month is an opportune time to simply tell others how much you care about them. Read on for unique ways for showing others they mean a lot to you!  The remarkable,… Continue Reading →

Four Quick Steps for Eating Less Sugar

by Jen Bucciarelli

Achieve the Less-Sweet Feat For many of us, baking became a treasured endeavor during the pandemic. But it might be time to scale back the sweets because regularly consuming too much sugar can lead to serious health conditions, even for… Continue Reading →

Is Your ZIP Code a Better Predictor of Health Than Your Genetic Code?

by Jessica Malen

Nature vs. environment? Did you know that where you live can play a huge factor in longevity and quality of life? Find out how by reading on. While both your genetics and your environment play a role in your overall… Continue Reading →

International Overdose Awareness Day Is August 31

by Kristy Hegner

In this past year, a record 93,000 people have died of drug overdose according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In this data, opioids were responsible for more than 75% of these deaths. Launching in 2001, International Overdose… Continue Reading →

Quick Summer Bruschetta Turkey Burgers

by Jen Bucciarelli

Taste-Test This Quick Bruschetta Turkey Burger Recipe! As the summer sun ripens our garden tomatoes and they begin to burst with flavor, we have a fresh recipe you won’t want to miss! Read on to view the quick ingredients for… Continue Reading →

Skin Cancer 101

by Jessica Malen

How Well Do You Know the Warning Signs and Symptoms of Skin Cancer? Skin cancer is often associated with skin that has been exposed to sun, but this common form of cancer can also occur on areas of your skin… Continue Reading →

Fun Ways To Keep Cool on Hot Days

by Jen Bucciarelli

Keeping Your Cool We need a healthy balance of fun to function at an optimal level. And we certainly cannot function optimally when we are overheating! Read on for a rundown of our favorite fun ways to beat the heat… Continue Reading →

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