Happy New Year, everybody! Can you believe we are halfway through January? One thing to look forward to in February is celebrating Heart Health Month. Our partners in the Cancer Control and Prevention Branch and WISEWOMAN Program developed the Go Red Toolkit for communities of faith. You and your faith community can participate in Heart… Read more »
Guest Writer: Madi Johnson The Holiday Challenge is here! This holiday season, the only thing that should be “stuffed” is the turkey. Many Americans gain between 1 and 5 pounds each holiday season. While it may not sound like much, most people never manage to lose these extra pounds. You are invited to join the… Read more »
Guest Writer: Hannah Field Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday of the year. It’s a day to be intentional about practicing thankfulness AND to cook and share a meal with the people I love the most. When it comes to the meal, my family appreciates tradition, and there are dishes we make sure… Read more »
Guest Writer: Debbie Stephenson Go into any grocery store or drug store today and you will find aisles of Valentine’s candy. You will find everyday candy in red, white, or pink wrappers. You will see candy shaped like hearts or lips, candy on a stick, candy with writing on it, marshmallow candy, gluten free… Read more »
We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! After your Thanksgiving meal is over, the countdown to repurpose leftovers into soups, hash, sandwiches, and other uses begins. But how long can you safely keep leftovers to enjoy after Thanksgiving day?
Guest Writer: Debbie Stephenson With Easter around the corner (April 20th) my thoughts go to chocolate bunnies and brightly colored eggs. I have happy memories of waking up on Easter morning and running downstairs to find a basket full of both. I gobbled them up and never once thought about the sugar in the… Read more »