4 Easy Ways To Prevent Back Injuries

When it comes to taking care of your body, one of the biggest things you should be concerned with is your back. Your back is the biggest load bearing series of muscles and bones that is present in your body, and without the adequate support of your back, you will not be able to do things that you once deemed very easy to do, which include lifting, climbing, or in some very serious occasions, even walking. Read More 

Parenting Tips For Working Moms: Seven Ways To Strengthen The Parent-Child Bond

Although it may seem ideal, being a stay-at-home mom may not be a practical solution for many. The good news is, you don't need to be home 24/7 to be pro-active in your child's life. You can balance parenting with a career and produce a loving relationship with your kids. Here are seven ways a working mom can enhance her relationship with her children: 1. Organize Family Time Place a dry-erase board on the wall and use it to organize weekly activities dedicated to family time. Read More 

Cremation Diamonds: A Beautiful Memorial

If you've recently chosen to cremate a lost loved one, you may have done so for several reasons. Cremation can be less expensive, more environmentally friendly, and even less stressful than a traditional burial, but did you know that the cremated remains of your loved one can be made into a diamond keepsake? In this article, learn the basics about cremation diamonds and how you can carry your loved one with you in a beautiful way. Read More 

Pertussis: What Every New Parent Should Know

More commonly known as whooping cough, pertussis is a highly contagious bacterial infection that can effect people of any age, but causes particularly dangerous symptoms in infants. The disease gets its name from the high-pitched cough that infected children experience. Because pertussis can cause choking and suffocation by causing a mucous plug to form in the throat, it can become life-threatening. As a parent, knowing the basics about whooping cough will help protect your child from this disease and seek the proper treatment if he or she does become infected. Read More 

How To Get Sober–And Stay Sober–This New Year

If you have a chemical dependency problem, you have probably attempted to get clean and sober any number of times. With relapse rates for drug and alcohol treatment ranging from 50-90%, you are genuinely facing a difficult problem. However, the problem is not insurmountable, to which millions of recovering addicts and alcoholics can attest. With a new year approaching and resolve for a new attempt at sobriety running high, how can you get--and stay--clean this year once and for all? Read More