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Scam Season
Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, and Hello Scam Season! After all, it is the season for giving! Although consumer scams occur throughout the year, the holiday season provides fertile ground for scammers to target unknowing consumers. Knowing a (More)
Mindfulness Tips during the Holidays 
The holiday season can be stressful for many people.  There are several activities people try to manage.  There are several mindfulness strategies that (More)
Flu Season
This is a great time of year. Many different types of seasons; Christmas Season, Thanksgiving Season, Giving Season and most importantly it is Flu Season! No one wants to get sick and this time of year it is the easiest way to get sick. We all get to (More)
Your Health This Holiday Season
Sharing is caring. This is a mantra you probably first heard at a young age, and it tends to come up often during the holiday season. Is sharing always caring, though? In the case of food gifts, I’m not so sure that it is. While there are many thi (More)
Walk Kansas 2017
Walk Kansas Starts March 19th and runs until May 13th this year! We have lots a great prizes like a Fitbit and activities to ge (More)
Healthier Life Style
I did a training this week where we talked about how to get individuals to make healthier choices. Is it best to teach them all these new things at once and have them do all these changes at once? Or is it best to try and do one change at a time? Wha (More)
Back to School Lunches
Schools have been very busy welcoming kids back in to the classroom! If you are packing a lunch keep these tips in mind: Introduce children to a (More)
The Most Important Meal of the Day
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The whole family should be encouraged to eat breakfast. Breakfast gives you energy, makes you feel better, keeps you from getting hungry later in the morning, and helps you achieve and maintain a healt (More)
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and in honor of that, I thought I would talk about teens and dating relationships. Teens are starting to have dating relationships sooner rather than later and we as adults need to teach them how to (More)
Medicare Part D Open Enrollment
Have you reviewed your options for Medicare Part D? Do you understand how to navigate the Medicare website? Do you get confused just looking a (More)
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