Do Corporate Wellness Programs Live Up to the Hype?  Written by Caitlin Schille  Corporate wellness programs are all the rage. Companies like them for many reasons, including saving money on healthcare expenditures, increasing employee productivity, promoting good company culture, and attracting the best employees. As a result of Affordable Care Act (ACA) stipulations that encourage workplace wellness, […]

Sometimes it’s hard to trust food these days, with questionable ingredients lurking about. So we’ve created Healthy Magazine’s food guide. Snacks Munk Pack Oatmeal Fruit Squeeze (Healthy Magazine Favorite) Whole grain, gluten free oats and fruit make these portable snacks a delicious and healthy option. Our favorite flavors are apple […]

The idea of having a newborn to care for is intimidating, but don’t get ahead of yourself. Written by Maureen Ferrin 1. No time for yourself. It has been said a time or two before, that once you have a baby, everything changes. You forget the last time you showered, […]

How Much Sleep Your Child Really Needs Written by Megan Stewart, National Jewish Health Back to school season is upon us and there’s plenty parents can do now to make sure their kids are ready to go on that first day back in the classroom. Rest Up The key is […]

Texas Children’s Hospital patients and their families recently came together to paint plates, provided by The Mad Potter, which are awarded to winning teams at The Bad Pants Open, an annual golf tournament that raises funds to support the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Volunteers from RBC Wealth Management/Capital Markets […]

Written by Leslie Johnson It can be tricky for family members to recognize when a loved one is experiencing depression. Take Monica Rios and her mother, Maria Gonzalez. At 42, Monica looks back on her life and can see that she struggled with depression as a child. She thinks it was due to a series of painful losses—her parents got divorced, she and her family lost their home, her beloved […]