We are excited to announce a NEW ongoing series: #TwoMinuteTalks! We will reguarly be sharing important health information with these quick two minute videos.
This month's topic is in conjuction with #AmericanHeartMonth and is about Heart Health.
Stay tuned for more from Nurse Rachel!
Winter weather can be harsh to our skin. Low-humidity and cold winter air can make our skin drier than normal. As the dryness to our skin increases, the more likely our skin is to crack. Ouch! So what can we do? Here are seven tips for healthy winter skin:
With a few additions to your daily routine, you too can have healthy winter skin!
February is American Heart Month. It is not only a time for adults to focus on heart health, but children as well. According to the American Heart Association, “Smartphones, tablets, TVs and other screen-based devices are making kids more sedentary – and sedentary behavior is tied to overweight and obesity in young people”. It is recommend children ages 2 to 5 be limited to one hour of screen time a day, with consistent limits for older children on the amount of time and place they get to have screen time. Click HERE for more information from the American Heart Association.
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