One woman suffering from sciatica found relief in laughter yoga. Take a look at the article and find out why it’s different from more traditional types of yoga. Laughter may be the best medicine!
When osteoarthritis left me bone-on-bone in both knees, walking became a chore. So I got in the water and did something about it.
Water aerobics cured my pain (pdf 2mb)
Teens sometimes have an attitude and speak disrespectfully to parents. Many wonder if this generation has become more rude than the one before. Read what the experts say and how to curb teen rudeness.
Rudeness on the Rise (pdf 1.2mb)
Read about alumni interviews and why they can be worthwhile. Learn how your teen can prepare them and what to anticipate.
Read about the importance of a well crafted essay as part of the college application. Find out how much the essay really counts and the right formula for a stand-out essay.
A Stand-Out College Essay (pdf 2.1mb)
Some sororities demand more time and financial commitment than most people would ever expect. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/02/education/edlife/greek-letters-at-a-price.html
Moms like me have found themselves sitting on the floor of their child’s room picking up every Lego, Transformer piece, or Barbie accessory our youngster failed to place in the proper bin or box. After all, we paid for…
One is never too young to learn that there is a price for beauty. http://www.workingmother.com/content/my-little-klepto
Treatment options for arthritis are not always clear-cut. People who suffer from foot pain and find out that the source is hallux rigidus or “big stiff toe,” a condition which results from a lack of cartilage in the joint, are faced with a myriad of surgical and non-surgical options by podiatrists and surgeons. This article provides a straightforward breakdown of the alternatives.
Hallux_Rigidus (pdf 482kb)
Gone are the days when a parent would threaten to wash a child’s mouth out with soap for using a “four-letter word.” Many of today’s teens and tweens sprinkle their everyday conversation with language our mothers would tell us…