Top college football coach’s journey to #TackleEpilepsy

Top college football coach’s journey to #TackleEpilepsy

(BPT) – The year 2000 brought a new millennium, and for college football coach Jerry Kill, it was a year that would change his life forever. One of the most respected names in college football, Kill has coached at the collegiate level for more than 20 years, rising allthe way to the Big 10 where […] Read more
Finding balance: 3 approaches for managing ADHD behaviors in children

Finding balance: 3 approaches for managing ADHD behaviors in children

(BPT) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently published new recommendations for helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to reduce associated behaviors, which can include hyperactivity, restlessness, and emotional dysregulation. The leading public health institute’s recommendation is behavior therapy before starting a prescription drug regimen, which often includes stimulant-based medications. […] Read more
Fabulous fall hair in 4 simple steps

Fabulous fall hair in 4 simple steps

(BPT) – The weather changes associated with chillier seasons can wreak havoc on hair. As leaves turn and flakes begin to fall, there’s no need to worry about fly-aways, dry strands and lifeless locks. These five simple tips from Suave Professionals Celebrity Hairstylist Leonardo Rocco will help you keep your hair looking like a million […] Read more
Fabulous fall hair in 4 simple steps

Fabulous fall hair in 4 simple steps

(BPT) – The weather changes associated with chillier seasons can wreak havoc on hair. As leaves turn and flakes begin to fall, there’s no need to worry about fly-aways, dry strands and lifeless locks. These five simple tips from Suave Professionals Celebrity Hairstylist Leonardo Rocco will help you keep your hair looking like a million […] Read more
Why eating breakfast boosts your health

Why eating breakfast boosts your health

(BPT) – Want to make 2017 the year you focus on your health? Wellness goals are admirable throughout the year, but too often well-meaning people make a common mistake that sabotages their efforts: they skip breakfast. It’s a daily choice that millions of people shrug off as no big deal, but research proves breakfast is […] Read more
5 ways telehealth can simplify your life

5 ways telehealth can simplify your life

(BPT) – In recent years, we have seen tremendous advances in the areas of technology and medicine, along with more overlap between the two fields. Every year, new technology assists in the diagnosis, treatment and care of different medical conditions. As the new year begins, one new technology trend that you can look forward to […] Read more
3 things you should know about ‘surprise medical bills’

3 things you should know about ‘surprise medical bills’

(BPT) – Patients receiving medical care increasingly also receive something unexpected and troubling -- a bill they thought would be paid by their health insurance plan. Without knowing, patients may be treated by physicians or providers outside their health insurance network who are paid at a lower rate than an in-network physician. Patients are then […] Read more
How fake news might affect your favorite foods

How fake news might affect your favorite foods

(BPT) – The "certified organic" seal is synonymous with healthy living and clean eating. But what exactly does it mean? And who decides what is or is not certified organic? In the United States, food is certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture. The seal verifies that a product has been made with […] Read more
Debunking one of the biggest misconceptions about menopause

Debunking one of the biggest misconceptions about menopause

(BPT) – Nearly all women will go through menopause at some point in their lives. Often with this comes a loss of intimacy, one of the biggest – yet least discussed – side effects of menopause. While to some this may seem inevitable, menopause does not need to signify the end of a woman’s sex […] Read more
Caring for those who care for others

Caring for those who care for others

(BPT) – Caregivers come in many forms -- full-time, part-time, family, friends and professionals. Many people will be a caregiver at some point in their lives, and a recent report by the National Alliance for Caregiving and the AARP showed that more than 43.5 million adults, or about 18 percent of the U.S. adult population […] Read more
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