Maintaining a Healthy Immune System

by Kristy Hegner

Everyone wants to stay healthy and avoid getting sick. While there is no magic pill or supplement to boost your immune system, there are ways to maintain or reach a healthy immune system. Overall, the best way to maintain a… Continue Reading →

20-Minute Total Body Advanced Home Workout — No Equipment Needed!

by Jessica Malen

No Gym,  No Excuses! Safety Guidelines Remember to consult your physician before starting any exercise program. Discontinue exercise and seek medical attention should you experience any abnormal response, such as muscle, joint, or bone pain; chest pain or tightness; shortness… Continue Reading →

Beginner Bodyweight Home Workout — No Equipment Needed!

by Jessica Malen

Warm Up – Try your best to complete one minute of each exercise. Each exercise has controlled movements to help you focus on your form. Boxer Shuffle Body Weight Squats Alternating Butt Kickers Front Lunges Opposite Toe Touches Workout –… Continue Reading →

The FDA is Giving the Nutrition Facts Label a Makeover

by Jessica Malen

The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has issued new regulations to the Nutrition Facts labels on packaged food. This is the first major change since 1994. Read on to see how this new label can help you make more informed… Continue Reading →

Is It Safe to Exercise?

by Heather Mearns

We’ve all heard the saying “New Year, New You,” but for many, making changes to an activity level can be intimidating and not recommended until cleared by a physician. The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has guidelines that may… Continue Reading →

One-Pan Honey Chicken Thighs and Vegetables

by Kristy Hegner

Struggling to come up with meal ideas for the week? Check out this easy, one-pan chicken and vegetable recipe that will help you save time while enjoying a nutritious meal. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 40 minutes Total Time:… Continue Reading →

What’s Your Leading Love Language?

by Rebecca Hanusack

Have you ever wondered what makes you happy in your many relationships? Every day, we are showcasing our love for someone in our lives. This doesn’t just have to apply to a romantic partner. It can apply to family members,… Continue Reading →

How to Avoid Another Sick Day

by Kristy Hegner

Flu (influenza) season is in full force. Influenza, a highly contagious respiratory illness, not to be confused with the stomach bug, can have some or all of these symptoms: fever or feeling feverish/chills; cough; sore throat; running/stuffy nose; muscle or… Continue Reading →

SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder

by Kim Bielenda

SAD is a clinical form of depression. Many people refer to it as the “winter blues” or “winter depression” because symptoms arrive in the fall and continue into the winter months. This type of depression is typically found in northern… Continue Reading →

Cozy Up With This Stovetop Lentil Soup

by Maya Munot

Looking for more meatless dinner options without spending hours in the kitchen? Try this simple yet hearty lentil-soup recipe. Stovetop Lentil Soup Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes Total Time: 55 minutes Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1… Continue Reading →

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