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Tim Ludwig

Tim Ludwig

A child’s development benefits greatly from outdoor activities. Recent studies show that 90% of our time is spent indoors. Children are spending less time outdoors due to structured academic activities, overuse of computers, and a decrease in inspiring and safe outdoor activities. In return, this limits their exposure to daylight

Although the U.S. COVID-19 vaccine rollout still lags behind, accessibility has increased. And now that President Biden has instructed states to make vaccines available to every adult by May, many are wondering whether it’ll be too long before things get back to normal again. However, leading infectious disease expert Dr.
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What is sustainable living? According to greenmatters.com, “Sustainable living is a lifestyle that aims to reduce one’s environmental impact, in ways that are sustainable both for the Earth and for the person.” You and your family’s awareness of sustainability and the actions you all take to live a more eco-friendly

In many parts of the country, winter isn’t even close to being over. And while frigid temperatures might make you want to hibernate until April, the reality is that there’s so much beauty — and fun! — to be found outside. Whether you participate in popular winter sports like skiing

Orthodontic treatment is vital in both children and adults. The treatment ensures the proper function of teeth. When teeth are misaligned, it affects the way you bite. Visit an orthodontist if you have misaligned teeth to avoid abnormal wearing of teeth, which may lead to extensive dangers requiring expensive dental

For many Americans, there’s nothing quite like that first cup of coffee in the morning. But what you might not realize is that your java doesn’t merely give you a jolt of energy; it could also be protecting your heart. Certainly, there are a number of ways to improve your

It makes unfortunate sense that many of the nation’s most vulnerable populations also have the highest risks of contracting COVID-19. Nursing home residents and minority communities are among those groups for which medical experts are most concerned. But considering that the 2.3 million people incarcerated nationwide are nearly five times

Just because you can’t or don’t want to participate in high impact forms of exercise, that doesn’t mean you can’t still get your blood pumping. Low impact exercises can still help you move towards your goals of increasing strength and endurance as well as improving your overall fitness. Below are

If you’re someone who loves the outdoors, you’ve come to the right place. Spending time outdoors can be great for your health. Not only are you outside and being physically active, but it’s also beneficial for your mental health since you’re changing up your regular routine. However, there are some

We all know how important regular exercise is to our health. In fact, 36% of all regular exercisers participate in a fitness class of some kind. But although many gyms have reopened, concerns about COVID-19 transmission have kept many people at home. Getting out into nature can be a great way to