• finish line

    As each passing day brings the race a little closer, Phynna begins to buckle down on her training. As a level 1 runner, it is important for Phynna to stay active. Level 1 is for first-time runners/walkers and the training generally includes three to five days of running/walking per week and a maximum weekly mileage of 20 to 40 miles. As Read more...

  • asparagus with citrus dressing

    It’s spring, so you know what that means — lots of green vegetables. Asparagus has become one of my favorite vegetables, although I would have disagreed if you had asked me about it six years ago! It’s quick and easy to roast or bake, which is perfect for my quick dinners as a full-time college student. According to Asparagus.org, the Read more...

  • potty training

    Potty training is something all parents must tackle. It can be a frustrating and even messy time that is supposed to end with a child who uses the toilet. But it’s also a time that has a major hazard: child abuse. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, potty training is the developmental step during which child abuse occurs Read more...

  • Gardasil vaccine

    The FDA says a new vaccine has the potential to prevent more than 90 percent of cervical cancers. Gardasil 9 targets nine strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cervical cancer as well as other types of cancer. It’s approved for use in females ages 9 through 26 and males ages 9 through 15. Read more...

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