With only a week to go before Christmas, online shopping options for delivery before Christmas are dwindling.
That being said, those of us who have waited until now to tackle our shopping lists may be forced to face the hectic department stores which are currently overflowing with other frantic last-minute shoppers.
And by the look of the crowded parking lots, it looks like Santa’s helpers still have plenty to do. So if you feel like you are in a league of your own, don’t panic! There are plenty of us still scrambling to find the right gifts.
The holiday season is a time to celebrate with friends and family. Unfortunately, for many it also becomes a time for over-eating and weight gain.
Tempting calories are waiting around every corner. Frosted sugar cookies, delicious fudge, seasonal coffee drinks, egg nog, and those tempting chocolates waiting at the office each day can definitely cause the clothes to fit more snug during the Christmas season.
Are you in panic mode knowing Christmas is just 17 days away? If hoping to have more holiday cheer and less stress this Christmas, there is still time to get organized.
For many of us, simply having a holiday calendar of events placed on the refrigerator just isn’t enough. Creating a quick and simplified checklist to use as your roadmap leading up to the final days before Christmas may be the solution to your annual holiday stress.
November is American Diabetes Month. Today, diabetes is one of the leading causes of disability and death in the United States. An estimated 1 in 11 Americans are living with diabetes, accounting for more than 29 million people.
You may be asking yourself if there is a light shining anywhere upon these dismal statistics…
Caring for a loved one suffering from a medical condition can strain even the most resilient people. Caregiving can have many rewards while also taking a substantial toll on both the caregiver and their loved ones.
Common Signs of Caregiver Stress
Because caregivers are most commonly altruistic in nature, you may be completely focused on the health and welfare of your loved one before realizing your own overall well-being is suffering. When taking upon the role as a family caregiver, try to be cognizant of early warning signs of caregiver stress such as:
When one person is diagnosed with a medical disorder, many people are affected. November is National Family Caregiver Month and we encourage you to honor and thank the caregivers who selflessly give their time to support your loved ones during their most vulnerable times.
Can Alzheimer’s disease be prevented? Have you been told that simply hoping for the best and waiting for a pharmaceutical cure is the only thing you can do in avoiding a future with Alzheimer’s? Well, the truth is actually much more encouraging.
Research continues to show that you can reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s and other dementias through a combination of healthy lifestyle habits.