Halloween this year is going to different - while you long to celebrate the holiday to the fullest, you also want to make choices to keep your family and your community safe. Like many Halloween enthusiasts, rather than forgoing beloved traditions altogether, you are coming up with creative, out-of-the-box ways to celebrate safely and keep everyone healthy this season, but you still need some guidance.
With Summer turning to Autumn, a new opportunity to grow fall-friendly plants. Gardening is a great way to decorate your space with beautiful blooms, grow fresh vegetables that produce delicious cool season harvests, and is a safe, healthy activity while practicing social distancing and enjoying the outdoors.
Pollinators are important to everyone on the planet but did you know that one in every three bites of food is made possible by native pollinators? Pollinators such as bees, butterflies, flies, bats and hummingbirds transfer pollen between flowers and other plants, helping them grow and produce the fruit and vegetables we all eat - and that our beloved pets eat.
Creating meals together benefits your family in many ways, well beyond helping ensure everyone in the household likes what they eat. Here are five reasons to involve your children in meal prep.
Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know. Any day is really the perfect day to fire up the grill, simple or elaborate, gas or charcoal - any type of grill can create flavors and textures that make home-cooked meals extra special. No need to cook indoors and heat up the kitchen when the outdoor grill is ready to go.
Backyard movie nights are fun and easy, and whether you want a romantic evening with your partner, a fun family activity for all ages or a memorable event with friends, backyard movie nights are a great option that can be planned again and again. To create the ultimate movie night, you need a few essentials. Consider these six steps to get ready for a season of cinema fun.
Halloween has always been a fun holiday, but this year it will undoubtedly look and feel different. In a year like no other, how can you create festive celebrations that you and your family will enjoy right at home? Looking for inspiration on how to celebrate with your family while enjoying the magic of the Halloween season? Hershey has gathered an expert team - the Hershey Halloween Squad - to uncover the best ways to guarantee Halloween fun no matter how you choose to celebrate this year.
Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.More members of many families across the country are finding significance in their heritage, and making it come alive in their own ways. Special family and cultural traditions can strengthen family bonds, provide a sense of belonging and connect the present day to a richer history. Whether tied to holidays or unique meaningful moments, gathering in together helps a family have fun and create new memories.
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, telehealth services have been on the rise and people are turning to digital technology more than ever to address their personal health care needs without having to leave their homes. But even with telehealth offering a new way to connect to care and address their personal health needs, myths surrounding what telehealth services are intended for and how they compare to in-office visits continue to prevail.
As the pandemic continues, health experts and physicians are worried that with home and online schooling replacing in-person learning - including PE classes - our kids may not be getting the exercise they need. "Exercise during adolescent years is vital for building strong bones," states Jennifer Weiss, MD, FAAOS orthopaedic surgeon and spokesperson for the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). "The bone mass gained during childhood helps determine how healthy bones and the musculoskeletal system will be throughout life."
For a child with autism, an early diagnosis is key to help them achieve their brightest possible future. That's why it's vital for families to look out for the signs of autism in young children and seek diagnosis and intervention. Early indicators of autism can include little or no functional words, sensitivity to sound or light, or delays in speech and developmental milestones.