Brain Injury Awareness Month

Brain Injury Awareness Month

The United States currently has more than 5 million children and adults that are living with a permanent disability related to a brain injury. That makes one in every 60 people. March is brain injury awareness month, and this year the Brain Injury Association of...

Healthy heart habits start young

Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States. Physical activity is the perfect way to prevent heart disease, and it starts young! Teaching our kids fun ways to stay healthy will benefit them for a lifetime. The American Heart Association recommends...

DIY Emergency Kit for Moms

.Hey Mama… We know that #momlife often means you’re on the go. Pickup and drop off at school, friends’ houses, practice, you name it. When you’re out and about it’s helpful to have extra items in the car in case of a minor emergency!...

Heart attack warning signs

We’ve all seen the common portrayal of a heart attack in movies and television, but a heart attack can be as unique as the individual experiencing it. While there are some common symptoms, not all heart attacks present the same way. February is American Heart...