Brown Sugar Chili Salmon Tacos Recipe

Cinco de Mayo is closer than you think. How about some fresh, new ideas for tacos? Check out Taco! Taco! Taco! by Sara Haas which includes fun recipes like the one for Brown Sugar Chili Salmon Tacos you can find below…

One of the meals I used to make for my husband all of the time was a maple chili salmon dish. I loved how simple yet flavorful it was. This recipe is a riff on that family favorite. But this time, I’ve turned it into a taco and paired it with creamy guacamole and crunchy cabbage! Continue reading

5 Financial Benefits of Being Healthy

It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to live a healthy lifestyle, but we know it is worth it, right? We are constantly being told how exercising and eating healthy helps us look and feel good. Still, at times it may feel impossible to choose an apple over a cookie or to go to the gym instead of taking a nap. If you are seeking strength to choose a healthy lifestyle, here are five financial benefits to give you some motivation. Continue reading

The Importance of Stress Awareness

April is National Stress Awareness Month, a time where health professionals work to increase awareness about stress and how it affects our health. It’s also a time to think about how we experience and manage stress in our own lives. To get a handle on stress, it’s important to understand what it is, how it affects us, and what we can do to manage it when it comes up in our lives. Continue reading

10 Tips for Spring Weight Loss and Fitness

With the arrival of Spring, you’re starting to think ahead to summer and vacations. You’re ready to shed those bulky winter clothes and slip into shorts and swimsuits–but you’re worried that the remains of too many holiday parties are still hanging on your hips.

Spring is the perfect time to get moving again–why not take advantage of the next few months to get your body fit and lean for summer? Continue reading

3 Tips for Great Health over 60

How healthy are you really? It’s a hard question to ask without setting ourselves up for a bit of disappointment — most of us know we could be doing better. Even in retirement, we often live busy lifestyles that demand we eat on the go, sacrifice sleep, and stay productive during injury or illness. Or, maybe you’re facing the consequences of earlier years in that lifestyle instead of being able to relax and enjoy your golden years. Continue reading

How Surfing Changes the Lives of Children with Autism

There’s a growing trend that’s been sweeping the United States in recent years—a new form of therapy for children with autism.

It’s surfing, and there’s no co-pay required.

On both of America’s coasts, organizations and programs have independently formed with one purpose: to help children with autism feel the healing powers of the sea by surfing.

When one of those organizations, Surfers for Autism, put on their inaugural event in Deerfield Beach, Florida in 2007, about 40 participants and their families arrived at the beach, welcomed by friendly volunteers as surfboards laid neatly in the sand and a small swell rolled in. Continue reading

Helping Endometriosis Patients

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. Author and endometriosis patient Samantha Bowick has written articles revolving around important questions and information about endometriosis. She is the author of Living with Endometriosis: The Complete Guide to Risk Factors, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Helping Endometriosis Patients

Even though at least 176 million people suffer with endometriosis, the general public is not fully aware of the disease, what it is, treatment options we have, or other information. Continue reading