Managing Your Glucose at Holiday Parties

Managing Your Glucose at Holiday Parties

This time of the year tends to become busier for most people. Between the increase in social gatherings, extra shopping, and all things holiday-related, most of us find our schedules becoming more hectic. Hectic and irregular schedules can affect our ability to eat...
Eat the Rainbow

Eat the Rainbow

You may have heard the phrase “eat the rainbow,” but what does that actually mean? Eating the rainbow refers to including all different colors of fruits and vegetables in your dietary patterns. Fruits and vegetables range in color, from white to orange to deep purple....
Pumpkin Carving History

Pumpkin Carving History

Pumpkins are ripe and plentiful in the fall, which is just in time for Halloween. These big orange fruits are used in many ways but are often known as holiday decorations. They are a type of squash, first found in America, primarily around Central America and Mexico....
Home Eye Safety Month

Home Eye Safety Month

From household cleaning to yard work to playing around, the risk of eye injuries is more likely at home than anywhere else. Almost 50% of the 2.5 million eye injuries yearly occur at home. Eye injuries can happen from various common sources, such as flying debris from...
National Eat Better, Together Month

National Eat Better, Together Month

October is National Eat Together, Eat Better month. Many families are busy and always on the go. This campaign encourages families to eat meals with each other, promoting togetherness. Making a conscious effort to eat a meal together is a great way to reconnect with...