SCHERERVILLE | Healthy living coach Jeannine Quigley will be hosting a Health Living Exchange event Aug. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express located at 1773 Fountain Park Drive, Schererville.
GARY | Radio Disney is teaming up with Managed Health Services to “adopt a school” and teach local students about healthy living.
Using mobile devices can lead to improved diet and physical fitness habits, according to a new study.
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Holidays can be a time filled with family, friends and good cheer, but they can also be a time with extra hazards and stress. However, there are steps everyone can take to minimize health risks during the holiday season.
Bill Jarvis knows firsthand that the holiday season can bring extra dangers around the house.
Dr. Sears talks about some of the most common cold/flu myths, healthy food choices to help boost your immunity, and how to safeguard your family during the cold and flu season.
Most Americans are putting themselves at risk for several health problems by eating too much salt. According to a study, the vast majority of Americans consume more than the daily recommended amount of sodium.
An organic lifestyle could not only save your health, it should save your wealth, too. Some argue that organic food offers higher nutrients, which translates to better health and fewer medical expenses over time.
The broadleaf cattail is native to North and South America, Great Britain, Eurasia and Africa. It is naturally rooted in every American state except Hawaii. It provides food, medicine and raw materials for a variety of handmade goods. Also known as bulrushes, it is often depicted as the plan…
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