• INFOGRAPHIC: How to Pick the Perfect Produce

    02/09/2016 |

    From artichokes to zucchinis, and everything in between, it's good to know what to look for when picking out produce at your local supermarket.  Here's a guide showing you what's in season, what to look for and what to avoid when…  Read More

  • Bullying: An American Epidemic?

    02/09/2016 |

    Think bullying among kids is harmless fun? Think again, say researchers at the University of Wisconsin – Madison (UWM). Their recent review has concluded that bullying in the United States has now become a widespread and multi-faceted problem with…  Read More

  • Zika Is Now in Indiana – What You Need to Know to Stay Safe

    02/09/2016 |

    The Indiana State Department of Health has announced its first case of the Zika virus.  The case was reported on Tuesday morning. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who confirmed the case, the individual was a non-pregnant…  Read More

  • Dealing with a Child’s Health Crisis

    02/08/2016 |

    When a child is diagnosed with a critical health condition, it can be frightening for the entire family. However, to help alleviate this pain and worry, parents can take advantage of many hospital programs that can provide valuable resources. We interviewed…  Read More

  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Temper In Check

    02/08/2016 |

    Everyone gets angry on occasion, whether you’re pounding the steering wheel in a traffic jam, fighting with your spouse or feeling your blood start to boil when waiting in line. Anger is a fundamental human emotion—it’s actually part…  Read More

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Pick the Perfect Produce

02/09/2016

From artichokes to zucchinis, and everything in between, it's good to know what to look for when picking out produce at your local supermarket.  Here's a guide showing you what's in season, what to look for and what to avoid when you stock up on nutrient rich veggies.

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Bullying: An American Epidemic?

02/09/2016

Think bullying among kids is harmless fun? Think again, say researchers at the University of Wisconsin – Madison (UWM). Their recent review has concluded that bullying in the United States has now become a widespread and multi-faceted problem with no easy solution. The researchers' review included over 20 years of studies on bullying, and their findings have recently been published in Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Dr. Michael McKenna, pediatrician at Indiana University…

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Zika Is Now in Indiana – What You Need to Know to Stay Safe

02/09/2016

The Indiana State Department of Health has announced its first case of the Zika virus.  The case was reported on Tuesday morning. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who confirmed the case, the individual was a non-pregnant Indiana resident, who had recently traveled to Haiti, but was not sick enough to be hospitalized for treatment.  Read the full ISDH news release here. The occurrence of this new case in Indiana has inspired a continued call to action for all…

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Dealing with a Child’s Health Crisis

02/08/2016

When a child is diagnosed with a critical health condition, it can be frightening for the entire family. However, to help alleviate this pain and worry, parents can take advantage of many hospital programs that can provide valuable resources. We interviewed Lauran Canady, clinical manager of social work at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, to learn more. What kind of support should parents and children seek if they receive a traumatic diagnosis? Seek out help with the entire picture of a…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Temper In Check

02/08/2016

Everyone gets angry on occasion, whether you’re pounding the steering wheel in a traffic jam, fighting with your spouse or feeling your blood start to boil when waiting in line. Anger is a fundamental human emotion—it’s actually part of our built-in “fight or flight” survival mechanism that helps us to defend ourselves when we feel threatened. But, too much anger isn’t good for you. The next time you feel your temperature rising, try some of these tips.   …

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