Infomercial doyenne Cathy Mitchell feels like an old friend. The red-headed grandmotherly food expert has been haunting late-night TV for years, hawking a variety of cooking gadgets, most notably this panini-press type of machine that makes apple pie filling smooshed between two pieces of white bread seem like an admirable life goal.
When you’re up at 2 or 3 [...] [read more...]
by Elizabeth B. Hickman
Do you consider yourself organized or a good planner? Most of us do – women tend to be planners and caretakers. Have you planned for what happens to you, your personal belongings, hard-earned retirement accounts, family heirlooms, pets, children or real estate should you suddenly “not be with us” as my mother puts it? Or what if [...] [read more...]
by Anne Moore, DNP, APN, FAANP
We now know that infection with the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is what causes almost all cases (99%) of cervical cancer. Fortunately, there is a primary prevention option available to fight this disease…the HPV vaccine. Two FDA approved vaccines are available in the U.S. targeting the most common strains of HPV associated with cervical cancer.
The CDC [...] [read more...]
by Libby Krause
As I prepared for the birth of my first child in 2010, I had big plans for being a work-at-home mom. I started a business in 2009 and had a grand vision of caring for my daughter full-time while also working full-time. Within three months of her birth, I faced the humbling truth that despite my determination to [...] [read more...]
by Leah C. Jennings
While a quick trip to the nearest grocery store may take some a few minutes, for other folks, they aren’t so lucky. Unfortunately, there are pockets across the United States where the nearest grocery store includes long bus rides, bus transfers and a lot of time, limiting access to fresh fruit, vegetables and other healthy food.
For those [...] [read more...]