Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

Heart Problem Symptoms For Women

Heart problem symptoms for women are different than they are for men-but just as dangerous. Did you know that 1 of every 3 women die of a heart attack? According to The American [...]

Grandma’s Home Remedies

My grandmother had all sorts of home remedies. When she had a sore throat she gargled with warm salt water. If it got worse she added a little bleach to the warm [...]

Aging Isn’t Easy

This is a guest post shared by my friends at Grandparentslink.com, they are part of the Grandparent Network that NanaHood proudly belongs to! Socks with Crocs Hey, let’s be frank- it isn’t [...]

Improving Your Digestive Health

Today I want to tell you about yet another way I am working on improving my health. So far I’ve told you about Tips from Toddlers and how to help your aching joints, [...]

Yoga: You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

For years my chiropractor and my son have been telling me that Yoga would be good for me. My chiropractor actually gave me a video that stayed in a drawer until I [...]

When a Child Loses Consciousness from Holding Their Breath

There are several reasons your child or grandchild might lose consciousness and hopefully this will never happen to them, but I want to share a story about breath holding, which can and [...]

Nana-lutions for the New Year

You have heard of  New Year’s resolutions, but have you heard of “nana-lutions”? Over the years I have made, kept and then forgotten countless New Year’s Resolutions and you probably have too. [...]

Want Clean Air In Your Home? Get a Venta Airwasher

This is a sponsored post. I was given a Venta Airwasher to review in exchange for my honest opinion. What follows is entirely my own thoughts. When my brother and I were [...]

A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving?

Earlier this year, my middle son was diagnosed with multiple food allergies, including wheat, and we are trying to figure out how to make sure he can still enjoy our holiday food [...]

Top 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy Hearing Aids Online

This post sponsored by Hear.com. It is true that the Internet is the go-to place for the best deals on almost anything you can think of. However, there are some things you [...]

FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project for Halloween

Have you heard about the Teal Pumpkin Project? The “FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project helps make sure all children will come home on Halloween night with something they can enjoy. It just takes [...]

This Hair is for You: Breast Cancer Awareness

Every October I spend a large amount of time thinking and writing about cancer awareness. Of course it’s officially Breast Cancer Awareness month but there are so many different types of cancer [...]

Kid’s Food Allergies-What You Should Know

Did you know that 1 in 13 children in the United States have food allergies? Guest Post by Char Huskins I am a “Food Allergy Mom”, with two of my three children having [...]

How hearing aids can save your pet’s life

The hearing aid provider, hear.com, recently received a heartwarming letter from a woman who purchased hearing aids for the first time and experienced more than just better hearing. After three weeks of wearing her [...]

Top 5 reasons why you shouldn’t buy hearing aids online

This post sponsored by Hear.com. It is true that the Internet is the go-to place for the best deals on almost anything you can think of. However, there are some things you [...]

Overcoming the Sticker Shock of Hearing Aids

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by hear.com #sponsored Focusing on the price makes it easy to miss the value of a product. This might explain why only 20% of the 48 million [...]

Hate Squishing the Girls? 5 Possible Mammogram Alternatives

This is a guest post written on a topic that I handpicked. Besides the fact that one of my dearest friends died from breast cancer last October, two other friends have daughters [...]

Ronald Reagan: Husband, Father, Hearing Aid User

Most of us are familiar with many of the achievements of our 40th President, Ronald Reagan. However, there is one notable achievement seldom mentioned in discussions about Reagan’s legacy: He was the [...]

The Better To See You With, My Dear

Until I was in my 30s I had great vision and no need for glasses. I’m an avid reader and also an Internet addict who loves all forms of social media. By [...]

A Love Story You Don’t Want To Miss

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner I want to share a love story with you that you won’t soon forget. It’s the true story of Samantha and Kyle; how they met, [...]