Lessons Learned: Age, Aging and Ageism

FollowShare   By: Barbara Penn-Atkns             Yep, you guessed it … age 39 and holding!!!  Age 39 introduced me to a new paradigm shift highlighting the relevance of aging and the maturation process in every phase of life and confirmed that aging was a prerequisite to life’s journey to longevity. […]

Metro Community Health Center Working to Address the Diverse Needs of Minority Patients

FollowShare Metro Community Health Center (MCHC) prides itself on valuing diversity. As one of the leading health centers in the area targeting uninsured or underinsured patients, and providing comprehensive primary care and integrated behavioral health, we understand the unique needs of historically marginalized groups and work to address those needs with quality and compassionate care. […]

Cynthia Hill: Promoting Self-Care Through Her Luxury Soaps & Body Products

FollowShare On The Third Day Luxury Soaps & Garden is a Mini Spa-tique. You can purchase therapeutic herbal bath and body products. soaps, lotions,creams, body scrubs, facial products.organic towels and pillows, candles. Free Facial demos and hand massages by appointment. How-to herbal bath and body classes. The mission of On The Third Day Soaps & […]

Arlinda Moriarty Has Help for the Caregivers

FollowShare By Arlinda Moriarty As the country experiences a rise in our baby boomer population, many of you may find yourselves in a situation that most of us will face at one time or another; and that is having to either find a nursing facility for a dependent loved one, or go through the challenges […]

Caregiving: Dying Slowly in America by Rosemary Crawford

FollowShare Dying slowly in America is a costly and painful experience for the departing family member, as well as for their loved ones, particularly if dementia is involved.While dying is a natural part of life, government and medical institutions are not always set up to provide quality health care at an affordable price. During the […]

Positive Energy Always Creates Excellence

FollowShare Roland Ford, a 67 year old Pittsburgh native, has really set Pittsburgh on fire with his high impact dance classes, enthusiasm, creative talent and energy. Roland has motivated all age groups to stay in shape and have fun at the same time, with his line dancing and fitness classes and a Healthy Lifestyle 2016 […]

Transformation Begins When You Change Your Thinking

FollowShare Clarence S. Womack, Owner of Move with Mack Fitness & Nutrition has always lived an active lifestyle.  Clarence served in the US Army for 8 years.  While stationed in Germany he played football on a German American team and was a member of the boxing team. After serving in the Army, he continued to play football for […]

Mommy’s Guide To Living An Organized Life

FollowShare   Written by Janet M. Taylor Years ago I came across an article that listed the Rules and Regulations to join the Burnout Club ( I wish I knew who to give credit to for this great list) but after endless searches on the internet I want to say Thank you because that was […]

Ashley Jarrett Health Boutique

FollowShare   Contact Ashley at: Ashley Jarrett Ashley’s Healthy Boutique Independent Business Owner 412-245-8659 ashleyshealthyboutique@gmail.com FollowShare

You are what you eat!

FollowShare You are what you eat. And what you eat may be impacting what is eating you. Food has more to do with just how you look. Food and nutrition are two different things. Nutrition is related to how you feel and how you act. With so many changes taking place with our food, and many […]

Beauty is Yours!

FollowShare Written by: Maia J Williams Maia is an up and coming fashion writer, T-shirt designer and budding business owner.  She is co-creator of Heels Over Haters Society bases beauty off of what is mainly on the outside, especially for women and teenage girls. Our society says your weight, hair, skin, eyes, full lips and […]

Finding My Lost Self-Esteem

FollowShare By Kim EL Several years ago I realized that the onset of my low self- esteem was rooted in my environmental upbringing as a young child. It was the early 60’s and I grew up in a family full of love in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. I lived in a house with my mother, father […]

Trapped! – Released from Domestic Violence

FollowShare Trapped  By Roxanne Epperson Domestic violence is a public health issue that is permeating our communities at epidemic proportions and affects women and girls around the world regardless of race, ethnicity, or financial status. One-third of American women report being physically or sexually abused by a husband or boyfriend at some point in their […]

Question of the Day: Are you living your life to the fullest?

FollowShare Are you living your life to the fullest?  If not, why?  Share with us what living life to the fullest means to you.   We want to get to know you, our readers better and connect with you. We all have different a path share yours in the comments below and how you are […]