The end of the year is a good time to take stock of how we’ve managed our frequent heartburn and plan to take up healthy habits in the New Year.
This year I’d run out of ideas for gifts, but recalled one that my youngest daughter really enjoyed a few seasons ago. The gift of Ancestry.com.
Aunque muchas vivamos fuera de nuestro país de origen, no debemos olvidar las fechas señaladas, estemos donde estemos. Compartirmos contigo las principales.
This year with smaller holiday gatherings and perhaps cooking our own food at home, it will be easier to avoid trigger foods for heartburn.
I need all the help I can get to stay strong physically and to protect my immune system in my fifties. Here is what I’m doing to that end.
I used to be a multi-tasker, until I was diagnosed with acid reflux that causes heartburn. Here is what I do to eat mindfully.
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November is American Diabetes Month, and a comprehensive eye exam could detect signs of diabetes. Take charge of your overall health and schedule your exam today.
Here are four activities you can do on your next camping trip to ensure you’re making the most of your time in nature.