Entries by Juanita

7 Ways to Eat A Healthy, Balanced Diet Using Packet Food

Rachel Burns, who has been writing on topics related to fitness and healthy eating for 2 years, specializes in plant-based diets. She asks on the Live Life Healthy blog, “Want to have a healthy diet in this market of packed food?”  Then, do not worry we can guide you to a good healthy diet in […]

Hot Weather Safety

The National Institute of Aging shared that too much heat is not safe for anyone. It is even riskier if you are older or have health problems. It is important to get relief from the heat quickly. If not, you might begin to feel confused or faint. Your heart could become stressed and stop beating. Being […]

7 Myths About Face Masks

AARP shared that face masks are everywhere. What was once reserved for hospitals and health care settings are now a common sight on sidewalks and in businesses throughout the country. Still, there are a number of misconceptions when it comes to masks. Here are seven common face-mask myths, busted. Myth 1: You don’t need to […]


Bernhard Wiedermann, MD, MA,  a specialist in pediatric infectious diseases. shared with “Rise and Shine” that grocery shopping is important, but sometimes people get more worried about the objects they’re touching than about the people that are around them. When it comes to grocery shopping – and things outside the house in general – you […]

How to live in the “new normal”

Edwards Elmhurst Health asked in its Healthy Driven Blog, “When will it be safe to go back to life as we used to know it?” That, among other questions, remains unanswered. Experts say it could be years before we can resume our normal activities without masks and hand sanitizer at the ready, though they don’t […]

10 Minimalist Lifestyle Tips to De-Stress and Save Money

Kayla Montgomery, Content Marketing Specialist at http://siegemedia.com, shared with Healthy Lombard that there are many pros to becoming a minimalist. You could consistently keep things clean without much effort, cut your budget, and manage your stress. Instead of feeling overwhelmed by things that clutter your workspace, life, and just about everything else, you’re able to […]


Alsan Bellard Jr., M.D., the medical director of the Children’s Health Center at THEARC, shared in the Rise and Shine newsletter that flowers are blooming everywhere and the air is filled with pollen, which means it’s allergy season. But this allergy season is a little different because it’s overlapping with a pandemic. So how can […]