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
Last week, the CDC updated their guidelines for people that are fully vaccinated. To be considered fully vaccinated, two weeks must have passed since receiving the second of the two-shot series of the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines, or two weeks after the single Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The CDC shares: If you are fully vaccinated,… Continue reading CDC Updates Guidelines For Those That Are Fully Vaccinated
Too often, weight loss is approached by subtracting or restricting foods. But sometimes adding foods can actually improve weight loss. That’s the case with vegetables. Because they are high in water and fiber they help to satisfy hunger and give the feeling of fullness, especially when consumed before a meal. They're also packed with many beneficial nutrients… Continue reading These 10 Foods Can Help Weight Loss
Sometimes satisfying your thirst results in purchasing beverages loaded with calories, sugar, fat, and other unnecessary ingredients. It only takes a few minutes and you can easily quench your thirst, satisfy the yearning for a warm drink, or refresh yourself with a home made drink. Bonus: you'll benefit from the nutrition and natural remedy of the ingredients.
Do you remember John J. Williams? Probably not. He was a Union soldier killed a full month after Lee’s surrender, in a meaningless battle at Palmito Ranch. Henry Gunther? He was the last American soldier killed one minute before the armistice was signed at 11:00 AM in World War One. Private First Class Charles Havlat?… Continue reading Last One To Die