The Lombard Police Department shared that Lombard Schools are back in session and the Lombard Police Department is reminding residents about the laws regarding school zone speed limits, texting, and passing school buses. School zone speeding or failure to yield to children in a crosswalk: a first violation is a petty offense with a minimum […]
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Carrie Raab, atYL Oil Lady , shared the following “Back To School” healthy hints because it seems that the new school year environment is a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. That means, here comes the runny noses, coughs, sneezes and colds that kids spread in the classroom and in the school hallways. While you most […]
The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute posted that whether it’s taking a family walk on a Saturdaymorning or after dinner, or washing the car together, We Can!® encourages you to get active to maintain a healthy weight. By getting active, you’re using calories you store up from everything you eat over the course of a day. […]
HealthFinder.gov shared that adults need to get shots (vaccines) just like kids do. Make sure you are up to date on your shots. Get a flu vaccine every year. The seasonal flu vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and others from the flu. Get the Tdap shot to protect against tetanus (“TET-nes”), diphtheria (“dif-THEER-ee-ah”), […]
Ariana Eunjung Cha, wrote for The Washington Post that the connection between sleep and weight gain has been well established. Numerous studies have provided evidence that sleeping too little — less than five hours — messes with your hormones, slows down your metabolism and reprograms your body to eat more. But just how serious are the consequences […]
Marcia Dunn, AP Aerospace Writer, shared that with the total solar eclipse right around the cosmic corner, eye doctors are going into nagging overdrive. They say mom was right: You can damage your eyes staring at the sun, even the slimmest sliver of it. So it’s time to rustle up special eclipse eyewear to use Aug. […]
Jae Berman, writer for The Washington Post shared with the Daily Herald Newspaper that we all think our day starts when we wake up. But what if the day really starts the evening before? When you create an ideal nighttime routine, it is far more likely that your first step in the morning will lead […]
Go4Life Month is just a few weeks away, If you’re still looking for ways to get involved in September, we’ve got you covered! Here’s how you can participate by downloading the flyer shown below.
Dr. Erik L. Johnson, from Amita Health, says that back to school means back to routine for everyone, and for parents that can be a real challenge for their children after a summer filled with sleeping in, later hours and nonstop fun.Getting children in the mindset for returning to the classroom starts long before the […]
Sue, Rachel & Yash at Health Track Sports Wellness shared in their recent newsletter that we are at the height of fresh summer fruits and vegetables. Take advantage of the season to visit a French Market or Farmers Market. This is a great opportunity to expose your kids to new and interesting produce. With the […]