Don’t judge a book by its cover, I grew up with that saying. Unfortunately in the digital age, where everything is judged and rated by its presentation alone, it’s far more difficult, if not impossible, to accomplish. A picture doesn’t represent all the dimensions and feel of an item. What looks good on a model… Continue reading Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover
Overwhelming evidence shows that Americans enjoy drinking alcoholic beverages. According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 85.6% of people ages 18 and older reported that they drank alcohol at some point in their lifetime, 69.5% reported that they drank in the past year, and 54.9% reported that they drank in… Continue reading Raise A Glass. . .Or Not?
We are all a compilation of our experiences. Many studies have shown it begins in the womb. Sound crazy? Maybe. I took it seriously as a new mother when I found out I was pregnant. It was my mission in life to expose my baby to a multitude of foods, music and experiences, “just in… Continue reading Knowledge Is Power
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday (7/16/2021) that new cases of Covid-19 are up by nearly 70% in just a week. Hospitalizations are up by nearly 36%. Surges are most pronounced in areas where vaccination rates are low, but there are also increases in places such as Los Angeles and New York… Continue reading The Delta Variant; What You Need To Know
The two basic tenets of skin protection include using sunscreen daily with a SPF no lower than 30 and avoiding prolonged sun exposure. These are the easiest, most effective ways to prevent skin cancer. In this post, we will provide an overview of what skin cancer is, and how to identify the signs of skin… Continue reading Skin Cancer Prevention- Here’s What to Know