Are you a chocolate lover like me? Have a bunch of leftover chocolate Halloween candy? Registered Nutritionist and Registered Dietitian, Keri Glassman is helping us separate food fact from fiction, sharing the truth about chocolate and its health benefits.
According to a new study by OfferUp, Americans’ homes are overflowing with things they don’t need, yet there is a widespread struggle to meet household expenses on time every month. Nick Huzar, CEO and founder of OfferUp shares how decluttering your unwanted items can help you decrease finanical stress, especially right before the holidays.
Could your computer, smartphone and tablets be harmful to your eyes? A new survey suggests that the use of modern technology (i.e., everyday use of mobile, tablet and computer screens) may be contributing to a rise in dry eye disease and increasing prevalence among younger adults. Dr. Marguerite McDonald, a board-certified ophthalmologist shares important information about dry eye disease, its symptoms and the findings of this new survey.
You know how fragile babies’ lungs are, but do you know how to help protect their little lungs from one of this season’s biggest threats? Nearly 100% of infants contract respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) by age two, yet many parents aren’t aware of the dangers the disease can present. As parents prepare to keep their babies safe and warm this season, it’s important to know the facts about RSV and help protect their little lungs! Dr Gregory Sysyn, MD, NICU Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta-Scottish Rite, NICU Northside Hospital of Atlanta and Kari Judson (parent advocate) will provide important information about RSV and prevention tips to help protect baby’s little lungs.
Join us each week as Tamara Walker, RN, aka MomRN, and her expert guests share practical advice, information and support for raising a happy, healthy family.