27 03, 2019

It’s time to head outdoors for your health.


With the frigid temperatures (mostly) behind us, taking some of our daily routine outdoors is important. Whether it's getting a good boost of Vitamin D or just taking in some fresh air, being outside feels good. But one activity you should definitely take outdoors is exercise. While you may have to visit the gym for

It’s time to head outdoors for your health.2019-09-02T18:37:03-05:00
20 03, 2019

Spring fruits, vegetables, and recipes


Spring is here! Well, hopefully. Southeast Kansas has a way of tricking us. But that doesn't mean we can't enjoy a wider variety of fresh produce than we saw during the winter. Here's the fruits and vegetables you can find in Southeast Kansas during spring and a few recipes to try. Check out our

Spring fruits, vegetables, and recipes2019-09-02T18:37:03-05:00
13 03, 2019

What is circadian rhythm and why is it important for health?


Your energy levels change throughout the day thanks to your circadian rhythm. It's your internal 24-hour clock that regularly switches between alert and sleepy. Each person's clock varies slightly creating morning people, night owls, and everyone in between. Circadian rhythm is found in almost every living thing on earth, even plants! While the day/night, light/dark

What is circadian rhythm and why is it important for health?2019-09-02T18:37:03-05:00
6 03, 2019

Fatigue, why does it affect women more?


Fatigue can affect just about anyone, but it is one of the top health concerns for women in the United States. And for good reason. Women, on average, are over 50% more likely to experience fatigue than men. Women ages 18 to 44 are twice as likely. This is because many causes of fatigue are

Fatigue, why does it affect women more?2019-09-02T18:37:03-05:00