How to Cope with Stress as a Social Worker

Working in social care can be incredibly stressful. Many of the most popular careers for those who have graduated with a master’s degree in social work include working with the most vulnerable members of society. You could spend your days traveling between client’s homes, courtrooms, hostels, hospitals, and care centers, helping those who need it… Continue reading How to Cope with Stress as a Social Worker

Here’s How To Conquer Your Pesky Spring and Summer Allergies

Summer is quickly approaching, and although many take the warm weather and emerging sunshine as good news, severe allergy sufferers can probably feel their eyes watering up and itching already, especially since experts are warning that the allergy season could start earlier and last longer this year, according to DNA Info. “What’s happening is we… Continue reading Here’s How To Conquer Your Pesky Spring and Summer Allergies

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Early Enforcement of Good Tooth Habits Can Help Keep Decay Away

A healthy, beautiful smile is important to most adults. In fact, 32% of people say they’re concerned about the look of their teeth. Many folks aren’t so fond of the dentist though either, but there are things parents can do to encourage good dental habits in their children. When these practices are developed at an… Continue reading Early Enforcement of Good Tooth Habits Can Help Keep Decay Away

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We Should ALL Sign Up to Be the Match

January 8, 2010 was easily one of the worst days of my life. It was the day my family found out that my then 4-year-old daughter had leukemia. The day started with a trip to the pediatrician to check out some swollen lymph nodes that just would not go away, and ended with an ambulance… Continue reading We Should ALL Sign Up to Be the Match

Study: Spending Time in Green Spaces Helps The Aging Brain

Access to green spaces may have significant neurological benefits for aging populations. This is according to researchers at the Universities of York and Edinburgh in the United Kingdom, who investigated the effect that walking between urban and green environment has on the brain. The study involved eight volunteers from a larger sample of 95 people… Continue reading Study: Spending Time in Green Spaces Helps The Aging Brain

Teen Survivor Battling Multiple Cancers Shaves Head, Goes Viral

Recent studies indicate that more than 99% of American women voluntarily remove hair, and more than 85% do so regularly, even daily. But, Mckenzi Middlebrooks’ haircut wasn’t an ordinary procedure. This teen recently went viral on social media for her courageous decision to shave her head while receiving chemotherapy. Mckenzi is currently in the midst… Continue reading Teen Survivor Battling Multiple Cancers Shaves Head, Goes Viral

Align Jr: A Probiotic Designed for Kids’ Digestive Harmony

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Align as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.Most moms are good at putting our family’s health and well-being first. This can mean everything from making sure that everyone eats a good breakfast and dinner to putting the… Continue reading Align Jr: A Probiotic Designed for Kids’ Digestive Harmony