Ten Unhealthy Breakfast Options

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A healthy breakfast can set the tone for nutritious choices all day long. Consider these not-so-healthy breakfast foods sabotage. Low- or no-fiber cereals Cereal that is high in carbohydrates and sugar and low in fiber will causeq your blood sugar to spike, then quickly drop—which can lead to mid-morning cravings and moodiness. Nutritionist Mitzi Dulan, […]

Are E-Cigarettes Really Helping Smokers Quit? (Part 2)


The success that the e-cigarette manufacturers have attained over the past year has been tremendous. With $2 billion in sales, there seems to be no stopping the proliferation of e-cigarettes. However, the big question remains—can it replace tobacco smoking? This seems to be the question everybody is waiting to be answered. Will it be able […]

Are E-Cigarettes Really Helping Smokers Quit? (Part 1)


The e-cigarette business is an emerging industry, already gaining massive popularity among smokers and nonsmokers alike. Smokers are grabbing the chance to quit tobacco smoking and switch to a seemingly less harmful alternative. Non-smokers, on the other hand, are eager to try this tobacco-free smoke. Despite the growing success of the e-cigarette, its true effectiveness […]

You Are What You Eat at Work (Infographic)

You are what you eat at work (Infographic)

Not that you don’t know already, but the food you eat directly affects your work productivity and performance. Maybe it’s time to set aside that sweet baked good for a healthier alternative – pine nuts for snacks, or plain water versus your diet soda. Click here for our Blog Disclaimer.

Keep Your Heart Healthy (Infographic)

Keep Your Heart Healthy

Kick Those Butts Before They Kill You: Revisiting the Dangers of Tobacco Use


Kick Butts Day is on March 19, a national day for activism led by The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Its aim to lower the numbers of people getting sick and dying due to cigarette smoking by promoting the spread of information regarding the dangers of tobacco use in both children and adults.   The sad […]

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer is one of the most debilitating diseases in the world. It is a global pandemic and affects millions of lives and taken just as many. This March, we focus on raising awareness for colorectal cancer. What most people might not know is that it is one of the most beatable forms of cancer, most […]

Kick “Butts” Day on March 19: Campaign for a Tobacco-Free Youth

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The dangers of cigarette smoking has always been known to the greater population, but it has not stopped children to experiment at an early stage. Kids between the ages of 11 and 13 are now are among those that have been reported to first try smoking, which is alarming because experimentation usually develops into a […]

How to Keep Your Kids Safe from Poison

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Let’s face it, sometimes kids get into things that they probably shouldn’t. Here are a few tips to keep little explorers from finding their way into household items that could be dangerous. But just in case, we’ll also show you what to do if your child accidentally ingests something harmful. The Hard Facts Half of […]

March 16-24 is National Poison Prevention Week

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It’s National Poison Prevention Week from March 16 to 24, the perfect time to refresh your knowledge about poisoning and the steps that you can take to help prevent accidental poisonings. and tips for promoting community involvement in poison prevention. National Poison Prevention Week, celebrated annually on the third week of March, is nationally designated […]

Know What’s Good and What’s Bad for Your Colon


Are you still trying to figure out what is and what is not good for your colon’s health? It is so easy to get lost and confused following the latest trends and inconclusive studies that is available online. You will find sites telling you to eat this food to decrease your cancer risk, while some […]