Adobo Chicken and Kale Enchiladas


Source: Eating Well magazine Nov-Dec 2017 Nut-free, gluten-free, egg-free,  soy-free and a healthy recipe for bone and brain health, plus boosts immunity! Ingredients 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 8 cups chopped kale ¼ cup water 2 cups shredded or diced cooked chicken 1 teaspoon ground cumin ¼ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon ground pepper 1 (10 … Continue reading Adobo Chicken and Kale Enchiladas

3 Questions Every Senior Should Ask About Medicare Coverage and Long-Term Care


By Sharon Wagner If you’ve ever asked yourself “What are my chances of needing — and paying for — long-term care?” then this article is for you. Many seniors find Medicare invaluable when it comes to healthcare coverage, but they are often surprised to learn about critical healthcare needs it does not cover. Long-term care, … Continue reading 3 Questions Every Senior Should Ask About Medicare Coverage and Long-Term Care

Exercise Your Body and Your Brain!


By Aparna Mele, MD There are many benefits to regular physical activity. Add brain health to them! One study conducted at the Mayo Clinic showed that people who regularly engaged in moderate exercise five or six times per week later in life reduced their risk of mild cognitive impairment by 32 percent compared with more … Continue reading Exercise Your Body and Your Brain!

A Reflection on Self-Care Inspired by Maternal Mental Health Week


By Maria Alcoke It was recently Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week and I wanted to remind all Moms out there that our mental health matters and that we are enough. But I can’t tell you how many times I’ve felt “less than” as a mother: that there is never enough of me to go around, … Continue reading A Reflection on Self-Care Inspired by Maternal Mental Health Week

Responsible Disposal of Pharmaceuticals


By Aparna Mele Water sampling studies throughout the country have revealed the presence of antidepressants, beta-blockers, anxiolytics, antibiotics, analgesics, antihypertensives, hormones, and more. A decade of research has clearly demonstrated that medications in water have significant detrimental effects on other species who depend on these waterways for life. Amphibians, fish, and reptiles have shown altered … Continue reading Responsible Disposal of Pharmaceuticals

31 Creative Ways to Move


By Matilda Davies Most healthy adults need at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise of 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity every week. Exercise fights stress, anxiety, and depression, can help you get better sleep, boost your heart health, improve brain function, build muscle strength and definition, maintain a healthy weight, and even reduce … Continue reading 31 Creative Ways to Move

Slow Cooker Ginger Curry Lentil Soup with Sweet Potatoes


Submitted by Diane Wilikofsky Source: Fountain Avenue Kitchen Ingredients 2 medium sweet potatoes, chopped (About 16 ounces or 3 cups chopped; I don’t peel, but you may if preferred) 1 cup dry brown lentils 1 cup chopped yellow onion 1 medium fresh jalapeno, seeded and finely chopped (or 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper) 3 cloves garlic, … Continue reading Slow Cooker Ginger Curry Lentil Soup with Sweet Potatoes

Fighting Obesity Through Wellness


By Kim Thomas, Us Health Corps Losing even just a bit of weight can be difficult, but overriding a lifetime of bad habits that have led to obesity is a big challenge. You will be bombarded with contradictory information on how to lose weight quickly and effortlessly, but these methods are short-lived and can actually … Continue reading Fighting Obesity Through Wellness