Valentine’s Day is here. With so many hearts decorating stores, classrooms, and candy, you can’t help but think about them. Take some time to consider your heart and ways to improve your health this month and in months to come.
Everyone knows they should eat healthy foods. There are a host of benefits to eating right: potential weight loss, having more energy, reducing the risk of certain health conditions, and more.
There’s no doubt about it, if you ask me—clowns are creepy. Over the past few months, they’ve been popping up in unsettling places around America. Along isolated country roads. In dark alleys. Hanging out in cemeteries. Social media sites have been filled with scary clown pictures. Twitter hashtags for #scaryclown, #killerclown, #creepyclown, and more have been all the rage. And Ronald McDonald is laying low.
National Drug & Alcohol Facts WeekSM (NDAFW) is a national health observance for teens to link up with scientists and other experts to counteract the myths about drugs and alcohol that are seen on the Internet, on TV, in movies, and even heard from friends. It runs this week, Jan. 25 to Jan. 31.
If you still haven’t signed up for health insurance coverage for 2016, your time is running out! Open enrollment ends Jan. 31. With only a handful of days left, now is the time to talk to your local agent about getting health coverage.
January is National Radon Action Month. Colorless, odorless radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer. Radon is found all over the United States in homes, offices, schools, and other buildings. It’s most dangerous to you when it’s in your home because that’s where you likely spend most of your time.Read Article
As you approach age 65, you might be planning for retirement. You may still be working and wondering if you’ll ever get to retire. Or, you might simply be enjoying life! Wherever you are on life’s journey, one thing you don’t want to miss is the sign-up deadline for Medicare.