A mobile-friendly approach and redesigned class registration system are in store
After months of design, testing, redesign (lather, rinse, repeat), we're nearly there. Please excuse our dust while we button up some details. We'll be back up and running Monday morning March 30.
Developing some new habits can benefit your family's nutrition and budget
Here are some easy ways to improve the nutrition picture in your home - and help with your food budget.
Guest blogger Joan Musbach shares more about the changing status of women during American Revolution
To effectively boycott the import of English goods like tea and cloth, the Founding Fathers needed buy-in from the women who were running their households. Fortunately, most women agreed with the need to put an end to unfair taxation.
Guest blogger Joan Musbach provides context for role of women during the American Revolution
During the Founding Era, a woman's role was limited to home, hearth and husband, but things were things were starting to change.
CATCH Healthy Habits making strides with intergenerational solution
Childhood obesity is a serious problem, but many are working toward solutions that result in better lifestyle choices.
Guest blogger Dana Klassen shows how getting pumped can feel great
High blood pressure makes you tired and it can be deadly. Taking the right steps toward better health makes a person look and feel better.
Keeping track of sensitive financial information is the best safeguard
There are some easy ways to reduce your chances of being a victim of fraud.
Taking care of your dental health is important at all stages of life
Staying on top of dental care and oral hygiene is an important piece of the health puzzle, especially as we age.
Guest blogger Linda Nance shares the inspiring story of a Annie Malone
Greater Richmond Region recognized for intergenerational focus
Guest blogger Sara Link shares the good things that happen when a community strives to meet the needs and celebrate the strengths of people of all ages.
Guest blogger Vicky Newman reveals why these treats are good for your heart
Have you heard that red wine and dark chocolate are good for you? Find out why.
What happens to your account when you die? Now you have a choice.
What happens to your digital history when you die? Should your presence be erased or should you grant access to someone to handle—and perhaps clean up—your online social media accounts? Facebook's new legacy contact feature lets you choose someone to have limited access to your account after death to memorialize your account.
Wellness with Cindy
Valentine's Day doesn't have to mean expensive chocolates and flowers. Getting creative can be more fun, even healthy.
The connection between diabetes and heart disease
Diabetes and heart disease are definitely connected, but with healthy choices, they don't have to be.
Continuous readings on a device you might already carry are in the near future
Medical device maker Dexcom is working on an app to pair their implantable glucose sensor with the iPhone and iWatch to display glucose trending.