When a boy or young man gets hurt physically or emotionally, more often than not he’s told to be tough and keep his feelings hidden. The phrase “Boys don’t cry” has a solid place in
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Mystery meat. Weird, greasy, rectangle-shaped pizza. Sloppy Joes of indeterminate provenance. This is the way most adults remember their cafeteria-produced school lunch. And while getting your child ready to go back to school may spark
Whether it’s car rides, plane flights or train trips, you’ve planned out the perfect mode of transportation to take you to your travel destination, but many people forget how much walking is actually involved in
When you are stricken with illness, traditional medicine can help heal your body. But faith-based support may help restore the health of the mind and spirit. At no time is prayer more abundant than when
When you send your youngest family members outside to play, you could be missing out on a golden opportunity to spend extra time with those you love while setting the groundwork for a lifetime of
For 17-year-old Maia Sosa, not only did her tennis serve devastate her opponents, it also caused this teenage prodigy a lot of pain. “I felt pain for a few years, and I thought it was
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth Nurse Navigator Vanessa Pierce, R.N., never had a problem with her weight until she had children. But she found that after each child, she hung on to