Some parents have struggled with the question, “should my child get a COVID-19 vaccine?” since the vaccines were introduced and authorized for our little ones. We get it because many of us are parents as well.
Managing diabetes or prediabetes and reducing the risk of complications like heart disease can help you live a longer, healthier life. Part of managing your diabetes is incorporating a healthy diet, and fiber has been shown to help. Since diabetes can affect just about every part of your body, managing your blood glucose levels, blood pressure, and cholesterol is important.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. and one person dies every 37 seconds in the U.S. from cardiovascular disease.1
Let’s face it, most of us at some point in our lives have tried to make healthy resolutions a part of our new year’s promise to keep up with our health. Have you been able to stick to a new year’s resolution?
Guest post by Teresa Greenhill of Mental Health For Seniors
Depression can be a devastating issue for anyone, but for seniors, it can affect their quality of life and lead to multiple mental and physical issues. While there are many causes — such as loneliness, illness, and mental health disorders — depression is often difficult to self-diagnose and can occur with other issues, meaning it’s important to find good healthcare with a professional who can help.