During the holidays, it’s easy for families to get swept up in a desire for more toys, gadgets and treats. Fostering a spirit of gratitude helps families reconnect and feel thankful for their blessings. Children
You’ve put away the brief case, hung up your work boots and thrown away your office parking pass. You’re ready for retirement… or are you?
Janice Lindstrom’s connection with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas didn’t end when she gave birth to her son Kyle in August 2013. Instead, the first-time mom found additional support through the hospital’s Mommy Mixers, which she
If you’re on an unending quest to have the slickest gadgets and chicest clothes, your relationships and happiness may suffer along the way. Every day, you’re bombarded with advertisements for the newest products that promise
As winter sets in, heating the home becomes a priority. Doing so improperly, however, can lead to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Your furnace has been running for hours, but you’re shivering inside your home. A
Taking breaks during your workday is one of the best things you can do for your health — and your job. Between phone calls, meetings, deadlines and last-minute projects, work is a constant race against
Hanging holly and trimming trees are favorite activities during the most wonderful time of the year. But holiday decorating can also be hazardous to your health. “We see a lot of broken necks, broken backs
When Kelly and Matt found out they were having triplets, they knew they might have to spend time in the neonatal intensive care unit. Their world was turned upside down when their little ones arrived
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