When I think of Nintendo, I tend to think of time spent fighting Bowser and chasing Princess Peach from castle to castle. I think of the rivalry between Mario and Luigi and my sister and I as we zoomed our players around the treacherous Rainbow Road. When the Wii came out, it changed the game. I was still as competitive as ever, but it involved more than just sitting on my rear pushing buttons. I was swinging at baseballs, serving ... Continue Reading →
The month of June is National Safety Month and the theme for 2014 is “Safety: It takes all of us,” and it is inspired by risk reduction. Doctors recommend that adult children take at least one day a year to check their parents homes for fall hazards and working smoke detectors.
The National Safety Council publishes a Safety Checklist to help you look for ... Continue Reading →
May is National Mental Health Month
An important part of your mental health is controlling your stress. Did you know stress increases blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, metabolism, and blood flow to you ... Continue Reading →