(BPT) From tornadoes and floods to hail and lightning storms, the United States experiences a broad array of extreme weather. Fatalities do occur, but many people are surprised to learn that the weather
Ethan Keiser saw the difficulty his wife’s grandparents faced when they couldn’t function at home safely or manage the tasks of daily living by themselves anymore. The family was at a loss when it became clear that it was time to find trustworthy,
reliable caregivers and establish
This past week I had the privilege of being in a full-day workshop that the Jewish Home Family sponsored. We brought in a man named Alex Kerten, author of the book “Goodbye Parkinson’s, Hello Life.” Alex has been working with individuals with Parkinson’s disease for more than 30 years and he shared both his powerful tools
Whether we were brought up to avoid the topic of money in social situations or had parents who talked openly about their finances with anyone who would listen, I think it’s fair to say that most of us have been exposed to the stress that finances can have on our lives. According to the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts,
This summer, I started teaching a graduate-level course titled “The Treatment of Eating Disorders.” Teaching runs in my blood, and while I didn’t choose to go down this path as my sole career choice, having the opportunity to dip my toes into academia has proven to be more of a dive—and an incredible one at that.
For years, the widespread recommendation for preventing food allergies was to completely avoid feeding children any types of allergenic foods. New parents were staunchly advised to keep their kids far away from dairy, peanuts, shellfish and any other foods typically associated with allergies. This theory was reflected in medical blogs, parenting
Babies come into this world with the job of making sense of it. Lights; people; sounds; movement; and the feel of the diaper, clothing and hands touching their skin: Their brains need time to process all this new information and respond to it in a calm way. A new baby will generally cry when diapered, changed, bathed or moved. Most
As a grandfather of 10, bli ayin hara, who is a few years beyond over the hill, I am particularly aware and grateful that I was blessed a number of years ago to realize the importance of exercising regularly while also being conscience of my diet. For many years I was slim and trim and my metabolism was such that I just
Narcissism, otherwise known as Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), is a personality disorder that affects many people yet is not easily diagnosed since many people visit mental health care providers for other areas in their life, such as depression, impulsivity (i.e., overspending, obsessions), irrational maladaptive coping
New Orleans—A new study found that white tea could kill certain bacteria that is typically difficult to treat with antibiotics. The study, conducted by Milton Schiffenbauer, Ph.D., chairman of the Biology Department at Touro College, was presented this week at the American Society of Microbiology meeting held here.
“One should strengthen himself like a lion to get up in the morning to serve his Creator.”
Andropause, also known as male androgen deficiency syndrome, is the male equivalent of female menopause. It results from diminished
Many people make time each day to exercise. Some do it in the comfort of their home and others schedule time to go to the gym and work out. Regardless of the venue, many who work out regularly like to take a pre-workout supplement to help them keep their energy up. There are several such products on the market but when