It could begin with something as simple as a cough or weight gain. But congestive heart failure is a serious, chronic problem. There are steps people can take to try and control the problem. Joining us on today’s Heart of … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2011
We have more on why it’s so important to do the right things before and during pregnancy. September is Infant Mortality Awareness Month, and Doug Johnson explains what’s being done to protect babies at highest risk.
When your kids are in school, lunch time can be something they dread—but with a few creative menu items—you can make midday something they look forward to. Registered dietitian Kayla Irvin-Blackstock has a school lunch makeover “On the Menu.”
Parents-to-be don’t always expect to achieve that status. In fact, according to the non-profit Guttmacher Institute, only half of all U.S. pregnancies are planned. But as Lurene Cachola explains, a little preparation can make things better for everyone involved.
It’s possible to get the work out you want—just by using a series of straps to take advantage of your limited time and space. Lurene Cachola is using her own weight to shows us how to look good and feel … Continue reading