By Anne Vize
It seems like everyone these days is talking about gluten. Supermarket shelves have gluten free products, and many restaurant menus now feature a ‘GF’ symbol on some dishes. So what is this thing called gluten, and why is it so important? What should you do if gluten becomes a part of the [...]
By Ross Blair, senior vice president, eHealthMedicare.com
Medicare’s annual enrollment period is still about six months away, but contentious budget talks and the implementation of health care reform may already have you scratching your head when it comes to Medicare.
Health reform brings with it some important changes, and as Congress [...]
By Mark Stubis, American Humane Assocation
Following the apparent bombings during the Boston Marathon today, American Humane Association issued these tips for parents, grandparents and other caregivers to help children cope with the fear and uncertainty caused by this tragedy:
Keep an eye on children’s emotional reactions. Talk to children [...]
Grandparent Health Participating in meaningful medical research
By Robert St. Germain
Have you ever been a guinea pig for science? Would you like to know what it is like? In a word, it’s fascinating! I am talking about leading-edge medical research. I am talking about helping to conquer a dreadful disease [...]
Our friend, Mike Tikkanen, founder of Kids At Risk Action (KARA) has a powerful new video available that you can access here: http://www.invisiblechildren.org/2013/01/17/watch-this/
The toll of childhood trauma on society is incalculable.
Kids At Risk Action (KARA) Kids At Risk Action (KARA) is a non-profit advocacy network focusing on issues related to neglected and [...]
By Nicole Fonovich, author of Luca Lashes and his First Trip to the Nursing Home, from the “Luca Lashes” interactive app and eBook series
Visiting an older parent or grandparent in a nursing home is enough of a challenge for most busy adults today. Add bringing the kids along, and this job just got a [...]