Is gardening a pain for you? Learn tips, tools and techniques from a pain management specialist to avoid injury and manage chronic pain while gardening.
Kids that garden eat more fruits and vegetables, get more exercise and enjoy other benefits. Learn how to start your kids on the path to gardening this summer.
When the sun is shining, you can’t wait to get out and work in the garden. But before you get your hands dirty, ask yourself a question. When was your last tetanus shot? A tetanus shot is only good for ten years. If it’s been more than that since your last tetanus shot, don’t go … Read More
For many people, satisfaction is a squeaky-clean kitchen, a dust-free living room or a garden in full bloom. But the work it takes to get there can be a pain for people with arthritis. When it comes to housekeeping, we encourage people to stay active. Gardening can provide a dose of much-needed movement, for example. … Read More
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Gardening is a great way to get the kids outside this summer — and for you to share with them the joy of planting and growing. Pediatric registered dietitian Tara Harwood helps get you started. [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”486″ transitions=”default”]
Spring means new beginnings, outdoor weather and, for many people, allergies. Use these tips to make the most of the good and the best of the bad. [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”280″ transitions=”default” responsive=”1″]