Walking just 30 minutes a day helps reduce your risk of chronic disease, strengthen bones, reduce body fat, improve cardiovascular fitness, and improve your mood. But when the snow flies, the debate of indoor vs. outdoor walking begins.
Just in time for Turkey Day, members of the Welia Health team share some of their favorite recipes—and what they love most about Thanksgiving.
Literacy, by its simplest definition, is the ability to read and write. But we know that the power of literacy is its ability to help us connect to, engage with, and relate to the world around us through the written word.
The Environmental Working Group, a non-profit consumer rights advocacy group, first published its Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ and had updated it every year since 2004. The guide ranks […]
Opening a bag of chips or popcorn after school is easy. So is grabbing a few cookies. But creating homemade, healthy after-school snacks is easy, too. Learn how to PowerUp and reinvent after-school snacks for your kids.
It’s too hot to cook, right? Add this summery strawberry salad to your dinner schedule this week – a favorite of many at Welia Health! Tossed with a honey-cider poppy seed dressing–delish!
Did you know scent can have a positive impact on your health? Aromatherapy is the art of using essential oils for therapeutic benefit. Essential oils are plant extracts that come from bark, trees, plants or flowers. Learn more.
Summer is well underway. By now it’s likely you’ve seen swimming safety tips. Or, sadly, you’ve seen news reports about people drowning. So your healthcare partners at Welia Health want to share twelve simple swimming safety tips.
Spending time in the great outdoors not only feels great, but it also has significant and wide-ranging health benefits. The clinical studies show that some fresh air is good for body and mind.
When it comes to preventative medical screenings, colonoscopies are among the ones where myths abound. So we want to dispel the top ones so people get the critical screening, if recommended by their provider.