Busting Fractures

A slip on a frozen driveway, a trip from a hole in the lawn—what happens when you take a fall? If you’re young, you probably just get back up. But as people age—particularly women—the risk for fractures significantly increases.

Alternatives for Headaches

Your head is pounding from chronic headaches. You’ve tried traditional therapies and wonder if it’s time to try complementary and alternative medicine—such as massages, acupuncture, herbs, nutritional supplements and anything else you think might work. Well, you’re not alone.

Protein Promises

The latest scoop on protein powders may leave you feeling a little suspicious of your supplements. Protein powders and drinks are a hot trend in fitness, with research supporting their health and weight loss benefits. Unfortunately, you may not be getting what you’d expect.

Run from a Cold

Did you know the average adult gets two to five colds a year? That’s a lot of sneezes, coughs and sniffles. As you load up on over the counter medications or herbs, you may want to exercise another option—exercise.

Larimore Family Newsletter – December 2013

Here are the contents of this month’s Family Newsletter: Family Update A Person’s A Person, No Matter How Small Barb and I are teaching a Marriage Conference in Colorado Springs in January The Spiritual History Publication Updates 1) Article on Thrive Through Thanks 2) The Ultimate Girls’ Body Book 3) Letter of Thanks on Becoming […]

The Best Diet

If you’re trying to lose weight, the list of diets to choose from can lead you searching for comfort food. How do you know which one is really the best? It turns out, the answer is up to you.

Give Thanks

One recent Thanksgiving my wife and I sat around the table with a small group of family and friends. One of them asked if we could practice a tradition her family had done for years.

Study: Label changes for cough and cold medicine led to reduced ED visits for young children

Prior to 2007, thousands of children were seen in ERs around the country after taking over-the-counter (OTC) infant cough and cold medications (CCMs) that they should not have taken. Then, October 2007, manufacturers voluntarily withdrew OTC CCMs from the US market. Until now, we didn’t know for sure how much this helped. Now, the data are in […]