Badass moms-to-be who won

For most women pregnancy time is a period of total relax and expectancy. For some it’s time of great achievements they and their kids can be super proud of. Today I want to tell you about incredible badass moms-to-be who succeeded in sport while expecting a child. Serena Williams. In 2017 this inspiring strong woman … Read more

Volume 4 Issue 1

Dear Readers, This issue we focused on Men’s Health covering topics on how to be stronger, healthier beings while using the resources that we currently have. While creating this issue I realized there were a few goals I needed to work on myself. Here are a few I’d like to share with you… Water, water, … Read more

Health Boosting Foods Seniors Can Incorporate Into Their Diet

Studies show that a proper diet complete with essential nutrients can help reduce cholesterol, decrease the risk of heart disease and diabetes, which is helpful for those who have a risk or history of heart disease or stroke, and lessen the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Additionally, studies show the majority of the aging U.S. population … Read more

What Happening In Little Rhody

Providence Children’s Museum Gala Unplugged – Imagine. Empower. Play! Providence Children’s Museum’s Annual Gala Saturday, April 30  •  7:00 – 10:00 PM Providence Children’s Museum presents its annual gala fundraiser, “Unplugged – Imagine. Empower. Play!,” on Saturday, April 30 from 7:00 – 10:00 PM at The Pawtucket Armory (172 Exchange Street in Pawtucket).  Hundreds of … Read more

Aging in Place: Making Your Home Work For You

by Dr. Matthew Collins More and more older adults are planning to remain in their homes as they age. But is your home supporting your health, or might it pose hidden hazards? If you look at your home through fresh eyes, you can find ways that it can help support a healthy lifestyle, both mentally and physically, for years to … Read more

Reducing The Risk For Cardiovascular Disease In Aging Men

Statistically men have a shorter lifespan than women. American women live five years longer than men according to the World Health Organization. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Men in particular are known to avoid doctor’s appointments, partake in riskier behavior such as excessive drinking and smoking, and have a higher risk of developing … Read more