SQUIRRELS: Saving for a Rainy Day
 

Creatures, Teach Us! / October 15, 2021

What has tiny hands and feet, bushy tails and parachute when they fall? Squirrels! Zane, Zaneta, and Michael Jay unpack the squirrels's unique habit of gathering and storing food for tough times.

 
13 - Legumes
 

Live It / January 04, 2020

Want to decrease your risk of having a hip fracture? Eat more beans!

 
01 - Nuts
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

When it comes to your health, it’s okay to go a little nuts. Especially since heart disease is so prevalent in our country.

 
02 - Reusable Grocery Bags
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Reusable grocery bags may also carry dangerous bacteria.

 
03 - Pomegranates
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Drinking a daily glass of pomegranate juice can halve the build-up of harmful proteins linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

 
06 - Avocados & Almonds
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Let’s focus on two foods that we should eat if we want to lose weight—avocados and almonds.

 
07 - Water
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Drink at least five glasses of water every day to lower your risk for heart disease.

 
08 - Mediterranean Diet
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Research shows that we should eat fatty foods. That is, the healthy ones like olive oil, to fight bad cholesterol.

 
09 - Spiritual Health
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Depression is the biggest single mental illness in America.

 
10 - Vegetarian Diet
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Want to decrease your chances for chronic disease? Researchers found that a vegetarian diet does just that.

 
11 - Colon Cancer
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Green vegetables with dried fruit, legumes and brown rice may build a protective barrier against colon cancer.

 
12 - Aerobic Exercise
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

Whether it’s a Zumba class, kickboxing, or going outside for a jog, aerobic exercise has several health benefits.

 
14 - Nutrition in Pregnancy
 

Live It / January 01, 2020

One out of every five pregnant women in the United States goes to bed hungry.