By Melissa Cross
In January of 2009 I thought I was doing well – in my job, in life and in my health. I was slim and active and, except for some things that could be attributed to being in my early 50s, I felt good. I heard about All About Women’s Health Fair at the Nashville Convention Center and thought […] [read more…]
Attention women entrepreneurs! We know that finding money to start a small business is hard, so we want to help. Visit WomensNet and apply for an Amber Grant. Recipients can receive up to 2,500 dollars.
To qualify all you have to do is fill out a short application telling your story. No business dream is too big or too small. A […] [read more…]
As we prepare for cold weather by dragging out our thicker clothes, we must remember to also prepare for winter sickness. Today’s post is about vitamin D, perhaps the most important preventative tool for winter sickness and undoubtedly the most powerful steroid hormone in the human body.
Many Americans are deficient in vitamin D, especially the elderly and those with darker […] [read more…]
All About Women’s final health fair of 2015 is October 10, 9am-2pm, at Fairfield Missionary Baptist Church. This particular event, “Pampering with a Purpose,” is part of the Worship in Pink event happening that weekend. Scroll down for a complete list of FREE services and a schedule of special speakers. As always, this event is completely free and includes lunch!
FREE […] [read more…]
By Amanda Brown
Wearing a seat belt seems like an obvious thing to do, right? Well, for nearly 14% of Tennesseans, it isn’t a habit. In an observational study commissioned by our office and performed by the University of Tennessee Center for Transportation Research, only 86.2% of drivers in our state buckle up. I’d like to debunk a few of the […] [read more…]