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Earth Day 2018 is the perfect opportunity to get involved with your community and take care of our Earth. Let’s talk about some ways to go green for Earth Day 2018.

If you want to live a more altruistic life, but aren’t sure where to start, then you’ve come to the right place. Here’s how to find a cause you care about.

When it comes to living an altruistic lifestyle, there are lots of ways to get involved this National Poetry Month. Today we dive into a few ideas to get started.

Seasonal allergies - what can you do to treat them? read more

Bell's Palsy can often be confused with a stroke because it causes one side of your face to become weak and droops. It is important to be seen by your doctor who will be able to differentiate this condition from other serious conditions like a stroke.

Turns out, helping others can actually help you live longer. You heard that right: the key to a long and fruitful life might exist in what you give, not in what you get.

How can you enjoy the new sunshine of the season? Here are some ideas for how to live your best altruistic life and celebrate sunshine on the first day of spring.

National Plant a Flower Day is the perfect start to the new season, so if you want to get involved, there are a few ways to join. Here’s how you can give back today.

Today we dive into the history behind this month and how you can get involved, give back and build a better world by celebrating National Women’s History Month.

Here are some hows, whys and benefits of supporting small businesses for your altruistic lifestyle.

How can you honor Presidents’ Day in your everyday life and your family’s life? We have some ideas. Check out these six altruistic ways to celebrate Presidents’ Day.

Valentine’s Day can be more than just romantic love, but true, kind, caring love for your neighbors and those in need. How can you lead a more altruistic life this week?

Black History Month is a time to remember, celebrate and commemorate the achievements and contributions by African-American men and women throughout U.S. history.

Twenty-six percent of women have an abdominal separation, also known as diastasis recti, after having a baby. Underlying issues with diastasis recti can include urinary incontinence, pelvic floor dysfunction, organ prolapse, hernias, and low back/pelvic pain. read more...

It’s true: with a lack of Vitamin D and little time spent outdoors, the winter months can literally make you sad.

To help prevent your child from getting an infection by RSV make sure your entire family is washing their hands with soap and water often, plus ... read more

Luckily, maintaining a habit is doable when set up for success. If you want to be start (and keep) a healthy new habit this year, check out these useful tips.

Skull deformities are one part of “container baby syndrome,” a number of different conditions that are developed as a result of an infant spending excessive time in a container such as a stroller, car seat, or swing. read more...

Exercise has many positive benefits read more...

If you want to live a more altruistic life, how can you commemorate Dr. King and continue his legacy? Here are ideas to get started this Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

With 2018 underway, how can you celebrate National Blood Donor Month? Check out a few ideas for how you can roll up a sleeve and give through January and the year.

New year’s resolutions are a great way to focus your year on things other than yourself—to focus on living a more altruistic lifestyle and giving back to others.

If you and your family wants to focus on giving back to others this Christmas, here are some ideas for how to start a more altruistic Christmas tradition.

We’ve compiled a list just for you on last minute gift ideas that give back. Try some of these out to celebrate the holidays more altruistically this year.

Do you want more opportunities to give to your community? We’ve compiled a list of holiday fundraiser ideas to get involved in yourself or along with other altruistic causes.

As we dive into the season of giving this month, let’s explore how the very action of giving can lead to a more altruistic life, improve our mood and even makes us happy.

With Thanksgiving behind us and the winter holidays coming up, how can you make others feel warm during the cold season? We have some ideas to get you started.

Gratitude is about more than taking a second to say “Thanks.” Gratitude shows true appreciation. This Thanksgiving, we have some ideas for how you can give gratitude.

How can you spread the cheer by giving back? We have five altruistic ideas for the holiday season that just might do the trick.

This month looks at the world through the eyes of a child, so today we look at how you can recognize National Child Safety and Protection Month, and keep the children in your life safe.

Tutors help students young and old to better their education, improve their skills and gain more success in a field of their choice. Why should you consider becoming a tutor?

When a friend or family member gets sick, it’s difficult to see them lay in bed stifling their sniffles and running a fever. What can you do to make them feel better?

Halloween can be even more meaningful this year by promoting an altruistic lifestyle and giving back to your community. Check out these 13 spooky Halloween fundraising ideas.

Focusing on positive thoughts can actually impact your overall health. How, you ask? Today we dive in and see how positive thoughts can make you healthier.

October happens to be Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. So, how can you celebrate this month and support another incredible cause? We have some cool canine concepts.

It can be difficult to decide how to give, what you can give or even where to give to. Today let's take a closer look at how to donate with a purpose to disaster relief.

Understanding chronic pain has become a hot button issue.read more...

A physical therapy professional's understanding of physics, and how to use that knowledge pertaining to the human body, is arguably the greatest treatment tool we have. For the sake of this article I'd like to highlight some examples of how I, or another physical therapist, could use the principle s of physics to enhance a patient's outcome. read more...

The rotator cuff is made up of muscles and tendons that keep the ball of the humerus into the shoulder socket. It also helps raise and rotate your arm. This gives the shoulder a wide range of motion, but it also makes it vulnerable to injuries. read more...

Child Find is a program that serves infants and toddlers who have developmental delays or disabilities. It also provides services to the child's family as it relates to the child's special needs.

Advanced Directives are formal documents that direct a person’s end of life wishes, and can be an invaluable gift to grieving loved ones. It removes the burden of decision-making from the spouse or child. read more...

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