Diabetes comes with several health complications. One condition that damages the nerves is called “diabetic neuropathy.” Diabetic neuropathy is what happens when your nerves are damaged by diabetes.
February is American Heart Month. This month, let’s take steps to strengthen our hearts and prevent heart attacks and strokes by introducing these 10 heart healthy foods into our regular routines and limiting or avoiding the salty six.
Oatmeal is that boring guy at a party. He’s the one sitting in the corner and only talking about things like folding laundry or cryptocurrency.
Think human trafficking isn’t happening in our community? You may want to think again.
It’s a new year. A new you. A time to start something new.
Working a job while full-time caring for a loved one means finding a healthy work-life balance is an overwhelming task. If you’re in this situation, “balance” isn’t even on your radar.
You may have heard how giving thanks makes you happier, improves your mental health, even betters your physical health. Read more about ways to cultivate that gratitude in your life. Then check out how Gratitude Is a Weapon Against Negativity when you’re in the midst of a difficult situation.
If you have diabetes, it can be tough to find the right time for exercise. Find out what you should know before, during, and after exercising.
Identity theft has become increasingly more common. And who is the most susceptible in our communities to being a victim? Elders.
Halloween is right around the corner. And with that comes the annual reminder for kids and adults to practice these 8 Halloween safety tips.
What can you, as a caring adult, do in a situation where a young person is being bullied? Many times, kids won’t ask for help, so you need to get involved.
Your brain is like a complex supercomputer. You use it every second to breathe, eat, work, think, talk, type, communicate. Without your brain, you wouldn’t exist.
Read this week’s guest post from Myrna Thompson (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) about how to protect the Sacred Being during pregnancy.
When an emergency hits, and you need to live off the grid for a few days, you’re going to want an emergency kit. As part of National Preparedness Month, now is a perfect time to build that emergency kit.
Are there good and bad types of loans? What’s the easiest way to get out of debt? Find the answers to these and other questions by reading this week’s article Debt: What You Need to Know.
Ah, there’s nothing like sitting around the bonfire relaxing with friends and family. Stay safe by following these 10 campfire safety tips. Then check out this fun interactive video on fire safety.
Heading out to a powwow soon? Before you do, get inspired by these 8 Earth-Friendly Ways to Travel to Powwows.
We all know that pyro in our lives who LOVES the Fourth of July. Help keep them safe this year by passing along these
Have you ever thought about how workplace stress can cause workplace accidents? Check out this week’s article about how stress, anxiety, and fatigue from your job can be a safety hazard.
As we prepare to honor dads this week on Father’s Day, we may find ourselves trying to decide which gift to give him—another tie, a cordless drill, fishing gear, cologne or mustache wax. This might be a good time to reflect upon what Father’s Day really means in America today …
1 out of every 15 kids has an undetected vision problem. That means there’s probably a child in every classroom in your community with a vision problem no one knows about.
June 1 is Say Something Nice Day. It’s a time to put away negative and toxic words aimed at others, and a day to pledge that you speak only kind words.