Before You Celebrate—Plan Ahead

Of course, we don’t intend to harm anyone when we celebrate during the holiday season. Yet, violence and traffic fatalities associated with alcohol misuse persist, and myths about drinking live on—even though scientific studies have documented how alcohol affects the brain and body. Because individuals differ, the specific effects of alcohol on an individual will … More Before You Celebrate—Plan Ahead

Sobering Up––Myths and Facts

Despite the potential dangers, myths about drinking persist, which—for some—can prove fatal. Scientific studies supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism provide important information that challenges these widespread, yet incorrect, beliefs about how quickly alcohol affects the body and how long the effects of drinking last. Intoxication and your reaction time is … More Sobering Up––Myths and Facts

Survey: 62% of Millennials Would Put Pet’s Health Before Their Own

Putting Fido first. HealthPocket, a free information source designed to help consumers find medical coverage, today released results of a millennial health insurance survey which found that 62% of millennials would take their pet to the vet before going to the doctor for themselves. (PRNewsfoto/HealthPocket) While millennials love their pets, they also like their health … More Survey: 62% of Millennials Would Put Pet’s Health Before Their Own

Try A Taste Tuesday: Try This Stuffed Tomato Snack

(Culinary.net) Whether you need a quick appetizer or something to snack on, these Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes make for an appealing bite. Find more snack recipes at Culinary.net. Watch video to see how to make this recipe!   Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes 24-48   cherry tomatoes 1          package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened 2          tablespoons mayonnaise 1          … More Try A Taste Tuesday: Try This Stuffed Tomato Snack