Beyond the Basics: Advanced Techniques for Lawn Maintenance

Moving beyond the basics of lawn maintenance opens up a world of advanced techniques that can take your turf from good to great. These strategies go beyond the standard mow-and-water routine, delving into the intricacies of soil health, grass species selection, and specialized treatments. Here are some advanced techniques to elevate your lawn care game: Soil Testing and Amendment: Understanding your soil composition is essential for optimizing lawn health. Conducting a comprehensive … [Read more...]

Easy Solutions To Single Mothers’ Money Troubles

As a single mother, it is always vital to give attention to your finances. Handling parental responsibilities as a single mother without a reliable support system is hard. It is even harder when financial demands are added to the equation. The work can become unbearable and heartbreaking. Be at peace as we have created a quick guide to help you get your financial freedom back as a single mom. Making Money for Single Mothers Who Need Cash Now! 1. Take a Quick Loan As a single mother, … [Read more...]

Remembering All Moms on Mother’s Day

If your family chose to partake in an open adoption relationship with your child's birth mother, you are definitely not alone. According to the Independent Adoption Center, the majority of the 4,000 families that used its services chose open adoptions. Unfortunately, as you may have learned, there are no rules when it comes to open adoptions or as OpenAdoption.com states, "The most important thing to remember is that there is no typical open adoption relationship." To Celebrate or Not … [Read more...]

Celiac Awareness Month – May 2024

Celiac disease or gluten-sensitive enteropathy is an inherited condition triggered by the consumption of cereal grains containing "gluten". Simply put, the immune system of a celiac reacts negatively to the presence of gluten in the diet causing damage to the inner lining of the small bowel which reduces the person's ablility to absorb nutrients including: iron, folate, calcium, Vitamin D, protein, fat and other food compounds. The grains considered to be capable of producing negative effects in … [Read more...]

National DNA Day celebrated April 25

National DNA Day is celebrated on April 25. Although this holiday was declared as one-time observance, it is still celebrated annually. DNA Day commemorates the day in 1953 when James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, Rosalind Franklin and colleagues published papers in the journal Nature on the structure of DNA. It celebrates the discovery and understanding of DNA and the scientific advances that understanding has made possible. In the United States, DNA Day was first celebrated … [Read more...]

APRIL Celebrates National Child Abuse Prevention!

National Child Abuse Prevention Month takes place every April in the USA. National Child Abuse Prevention Month is a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect, and to promote the social and emotional well-being of children and families. During the month of April and throughout the year, communities are encouraged to share child abuse and neglect prevention awareness strategies and activities and promote … [Read more...]

National Infertility Awareness Week, April 19-26

National Infertility Awareness Week® (NIAW) is a movement that began in 1989. The goal of NIAW is to raise awareness about the disease of infertility and encourage the public to understand their reproductive health. This year RESOLVE is urging the infertility community to spread the message “You are not alone.” Infertility impacts 1 in 8 couples of reproductive age and can be a very isolating disease to face. Just hearing “You are not alone” can help in so many ways. To participate in … [Read more...]

13 Cute Easter Self Care Thoughts to Live By

Here are 13 tips for selfcare during Easter Season: ~ Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. ~ Everyone needs a friend who is all ears. ~ There’s no such thing as too much candy. ~ All work and no play can make you a basket case. ~ A cute tail attracts a lot of attention. ~ Everyone is entitled to a bad hare day. ~ Let happy thoughts multiply like rabbits. ~ Some body parts should be floppy. ~ Keep your paws off of other people’s jelly beans. ~ Good things come in small, sugar … [Read more...]

NEC Baby Formula Lawsuits: Will 2024 be Year of Settlements?

For a significant part of human history, babies were fed their mother’s milk. In cases where this was not possible, society relied on the practice of hiring a wet nurse. Wet nursing dates back to 2000 B.C. However, it became highly popular during the 19th and early 20th centuries. These nurses were primarily hired by upper-class families (because breastfeeding was considered to be unfashionable). Today, mothers have various valid reasons for not choosing the breastfeeding route. The … [Read more...]

Global Mental Health: Escalating Psychiatric Care Shortage

"Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health. Close to 1 billion people are living with a mental disorder, 3 million people die every year from the harmful use of alcohol and one person dies every 40 seconds by suicide. And now, billions of people around the world have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, which is having a further impact on people’s mental health. Yet, relatively few people around the world have access to quality mental health services. In low and … [Read more...]

Raynauds Awareness Month February

Raynauds Awareness Month takes place every February. Organized by the Raynaud's and Scleroderma Association, the month aims to awareness of these disorders and offer help and advice not only to sufferers, but to their friends and families too. You may not have heard of Raynaud's, but it's thought that 10% of women suffer from the disorders which occur when blood vessels, mostly in the hands, become over-sensitive to changes in temperature. As a result, sufferers' hands often turn blue … [Read more...]

How to Create a Family Budget

Managing your money can become more difficult when you have a family. Your outgoings are likely to be higher, and you might struggle to build a healthy savings account. A household budget will help you manage your money more effectively and make wiser spending decisions. Starting a household budget is fairly straightforward. It is a useful tool that will help you plan for your family’s financial future. With that in mind, here is a guide on how to create a family budget. Record Income and … [Read more...]

Tips for Women’s Winter Health

Yes, it might be the season for parties, making merry and cozy nights snuggled up in front of the fire, but winter also means you are more prone to colds, tiredness and craving bowls of carb-laden pasta or bakes. As the cold days and long nights roll in, the winter can have major physical and psychological effects on your body. So rather than fighting against the winter season, how about learning to embrace these effects and seasonal stresses, and use them to your advantage, so that you can have … [Read more...]

January is Canada’s Alzheimer Awareness Month

In Canada, 747,000 people currently live with dementia and one of the major challenges they and their families face when they receive the diagnosis is the stigma associated with it. Internationally, produced on May 23, 2018 this report provides an overview of global developments in response to the adoption of the WHO’s Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017-2025. The report was launched on the one-year anniversary of the adoption of the plan at the 71st World … [Read more...]

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