6 Sneaky Ways ADHD is Harder for Women


With so many people affected by ADHD/ADD—yet so much misunderstanding still persisting around the condition—October has been designated as ADHD Awareness Month to help spread information and share the stories of those affected to blast through the stigma. According to Children and Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), approximately 10 million adults have the condition, which […]

5 Foods to Boost Your Immune System


With the fall fast approaching, it’s time to look forward to cooler, shorter days, the hustle and bustle of the back-to-school season, a return to football festivities, and preparation for indoor holiday gatherings. But have you noticed that these coming events have one thing in common? They all create increased opportunities for spreading germs! COVID-19 […]

Is the SAD Diet Making You (and Your Kids) Sadder?


Some Americans reach for so-called “comfort” fare when they’re feeling down: fried and fast foods, sweets, and highly processed and refined convenience foods. Unfortunately, many others eat these as the basis of their overall diet, which means that they’re consuming an overload of total fat, saturated fat, refined sugar, and sodium on a daily basis. […]