Entries by Jay Wojcik

Lyme Disease – What You Need to Know

Alan Ray in the Organic daily post designed this post expressly to help you learn about Lyme disease along with natural steps you can take to reduce the chances of contracting it. With these helpful links for easy navigation, you’ll not only gain a better insight into this illness–but just as importantly–learn proactive and preventive measures you […]

Fun with Water

Summer is in full swing. Want to spice up your summer routine?   Action For Healthy Kids suggests that summer is a great time to provide your child with the practices to keep your kid happy and healthy.Here are some fun with water games children will be sure to like: Water Relay Supplies needed: 2 […]

How Cyclists Can Stay Safe on the Road

Rachel Bachman wrote for the Wall Street Journal that some of the best ways to make cyclists more visible to drivers are also the simplest, new research says.Highlighting the motion of pedaling can make cyclists more conspicuous, according to two recent experiments. Rick Tyrrell, a psychology professor at Clemson University, plans to submit his findings […]

Eat fruit, don’t drink it

The label on the bottle promises five servings of fruit in just one glass, but offering your child juice might not be the sweetest idea. Trisha Korioth reports that kids should eat their fruit, not drink it, says the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Fruit juice is popular among children of all ages. Packaged in single-serve […]

5 Things You Should Do After Every Workout

K. Aleisha Fetters, a health and fitness writer, and a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the NSCA shared that you crossed the finish line, crushed your circuit routine or cranked out your last set at the squat rack — but you’re not done yet. For optimal health and exercise results, you need to cap off […]