Health and Wellness
- January 24th, 2014Cranberry juice drinkers are more likely to be normal weight, have lower waist circumference and fewer risk markers for cardiovascular disease
As the New Year kicks off and resolutions become reality, cranberry juice lovers can feel good knowing their favorite cranberry products are the perfect solution to a healthy 2014. A recent study published in Nutrients, a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by MDPI, identified a correlation between cranberry juice consumption and healthy body composition.
- January 24th, 2014Free Coloring Book Download Generates Product Donation to Oral Health America
With crayons and a click, Tom’s of Maine is inviting kids and parents to get creative for a good cause. A new coloring book called Brushing Fun, available today, introduces kids to natural oral care.
- January 24th, 2014
A groundbreaking study of how the Massachusetts Healthcare Reform act has affected the state’s working poor may shed light on how the federal Affordable Care Act (dubbed “Obamacare”) may fare. Conducted by New England Research Institutes (NERI), the study was published in the January 17 online edition of the Annals of Epidemiology.
- January 23rd, 2014
The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board has launched a new website dedicated to All Things Mac and Cheese. All Things Mac and Cheese includes more than 100 recipes that range from simple stovetop variations to creative gourmet options.
- January 23rd, 2014Building activities inspire meaningful conversations and strengthen critical story-telling skills
Sharing a commitment to inspire girls everywhere to achieve their limitless potential, LEGO Systems, Inc. today announced a partnership with Girls on the Run (GOTR)—a physical activity-based positive youth development program for girls—at the organization’s annual summit.
- January 23rd, 2014AARP provides quick steps to stay warm, encourages Illinoisans to check in on elderly friends and neighbors
With a new round of extreme cold weather upon us today and for the next few days, it’s critical to wear layers, stay warm, protect yourself against falls and injuries, and check in on elderly relatives, friends, and neighbors who may be at particular risk of cold-related health problems.
Boulder Community Hospital Center for Integrative Care to Receive $115,000 in Donations from 2013 Celestial Seasonings B Strong Ride and George Karl FoundationJanuary 23rd, 2014Proceeds from 3rd annual cycling fundraiser to be presented by Coach George Karl and Celestial Seasonings General Manager, David Ziegert
The Boulder Community Hospital Center for Integrative Care will receive two donations totaling $115,000 during a special event at the hospital on Thursday, January 30th.
- January 22nd, 2014
Adding quinoa to the gluten-free diet of patients with celiac disease is well-tolerated, and does not exacerbate the condition, according to new research published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology. Dr. Victor F.
- January 22nd, 2014Seven steps to healthy habits from the Dairy Council of California, beginning with breakfast
Over 65 percent of New Year’s resolutions are about getting in shape or losing weight, according to research by YouGov. But by now, most of these lofty or overgeneralized resolutions have fizzled.
- January 22nd, 2014
Men who reported being sedentary, with low levels of physical activity, were at a significantly higher risk for heart failure than those who were more active, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published today in the journal Circulation: Heart Failure. The study shows the increased risk of heart failure with prolonged sedentary behavior.