Health and Wellness
Ghosts and goblins may not be the only things that are out to get you this Halloween.
California vintners and growers across the state are grateful for another excellent vintage, despite an ongoing drought and earthquake that rocked south Napa in late August just as crush was getting underway. A mild winter and spring caused early bud break, although the overall length of the growing season was similar to past years. A compacted harvest began in July for sparkling wi
Coordinated Health "I'm Good" and "Show Us Your School Pride" Programs Celebrate Both the Student Athlete and "Athlete Within"
Coordinated Health, one of the region's leading specialized hospital, orthopedics and sports medicine networks, today unveiled two innovative programs that celebrate Greater Lehigh Valley athletes and "the athletes within."
The unconditional love from dogs is a perfect match for assisted living residents. Across the country, assisted living residents are deriving great satisfaction from furry, four-legged friends accompanied by their owners who welcome the opportunity to give back to others.
Women who developed gestational diabetes and were overweight before pregnancy were at a higher risk of having daughters who were obese later in childhood, according to new research published yesterday in Diabetes Care.
Emerson Ecologics Launches New "College for America" Benefit to Help Employees Achieve College Degree for First Time
Employees of Emerson Ecologics, LLC who have been discouraged from a college degree in the past because of cost or time challenges can now benefit from an innovative new partnership between Emerson and College for America at Southern New Hampshire University, a national nonprofit college designed for working adults.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based Life Extension Foundation, a pioneer in supporting the latest integrative therapies and anti-aging research, provided product support for a study in conjunction with the IMIM-Hospital del Mar Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain. The resultant publication, entitled, "Epigallocatechin-3-gallate, a DYRK1A inhibitor, rescues cognitive deficits in Down
The need is great: Around 400 million children in the world under the age of 13 live in extreme poverty, according to the World Bank. That's more than the entire population of the United States. In the US, extreme poverty has hit a new high; recent studies show more than1.6 million households with children are living on less than $2 per person, per day.
WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease Announces Class of 2014 WomenHeart Champions
WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease is pleased to announce that 40 women living with heart disease graduated from the fall 2014 WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota to become WomenHeart Champions – a national volunteer corps of women heart disease survivors trained as community educators, advocates a
As fall arrives, so do drives in the country and drinking fresh-squeezed juices and cider. Unfortunately, serious outbreaks of foodborne illness, also called food poisoning, have been traced to drinking fruit and vegetable juices and cider that have not been processed to kill harmful bacteria. The U.S.