HOW TO LOVE YOUR HOME MORE, RIGHT NOW!

By Darin Windham, RealtorKeyfinders Group RE/Max Alliance Here’s what I mean… Our days are busy. A lot of them consist of just getting through our to do list, getting the kids fed, bathed, and put to bed and maybe squeezing in 5 minutes to ourselves before making lunches, and cleaning up the kitchen before going … Continue reading HOW TO LOVE YOUR HOME MORE, RIGHT NOW!

Hearing Health

By Anita Giles, MS, CCC-AAudiologist, Physicians Hearing CenterTake a moment and think about the smell of coffee, the taste of ice cream, hugging someone, seeing that grandchild reach for you and hearing the words “I love you”. This process happens when the sensations of–smell, taste, touch, vision, and hearing—are gathered and communicated to our brain, … Continue reading Hearing Health

Spring from the Inside: Growing Greater Well-Being

By Major General U.S. Army (RET) Paulette RisherPresident/CEO, Still Serving VeteransAs the vibrant, abundant, and live-affirming Spring emerges here in North Alabama, we turn to cleaning, planning, and planting. Life emerges and we shake off the damp grayness of winter – at least we try to. However, all too often we find ourselves going through … Continue reading Spring from the Inside: Growing Greater Well-Being

BritFit, a Holistic View of Health and Wellness

By Brittni MorenoOwner BritFitMy name is Brittni Moreno and my story begins with me moving to Huntsville, AL in 1996 with my mother who was serving in the armed forces. At the time I was the typical child whose focus did not extend beyond friends, having a good time, and eating what I wanted. Little … Continue reading BritFit, a Holistic View of Health and Wellness

Back to Basics

By Lisa PhilippartLPC, BCPCC, BC-TMH Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May in the United States since May of 1949, and was started by the Mental Health America (MHA) organization. The purpose of Mental Health Awareness Month is to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illnesses, the realities of living with … Continue reading Back to Basics

Wellstone Emergency Center

By Karen PetersenDirector Of Development Imagine you’re sick, and your symptoms flare. But people around you aren’t familiar with your condition and have no idea how to respond. They’re terrified and call police, who take you to jail or the Emergency Department. Neither is equipped to handle your type of illness. Eventually your symptoms subside, … Continue reading Wellstone Emergency Center

Troop 400 Providing Services To The Community

By Akaose IbeajiScoutmaster Troop 400 For over 30 years, Troop 400 has worked to provide services via scouting to the youth of the low-income and public housing communities of Huntsville. Swimming is a scouting activity that our troop has always felt the most critical. According to the CDC, black children are 3-4 times to die … Continue reading Troop 400 Providing Services To The Community

Helping With Pandemic Depression

By Makalya MelvinSenior Placement ServicesDid you know that mental health awareness month was originally established in 1949? After World War Two, the mental health organization started mental health awareness month in order to promote education and provide support to those in need. Now in May of 2022, being informed and considerate of those handling the … Continue reading Helping With Pandemic Depression

Allergy Season in the Tennessee Valley 

By Selina JohnsonHAPPI Health Have you recently noticed a change in the weather and how your body is responding to it? Have you had any of the following symptoms lately: itchy and watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing? If so, you may be experiencing seasonal allergies. We are officially in allergy season which lasts from the … Continue reading Allergy Season in the Tennessee Valley 

What’s On Your Heart? Let’s Talk About Cardiovascular Health

By Selina JohnsonHappi HealthFebruary was American Heart Month and our office thought it would be great to go more in depth about why cardiovascular health is so important. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “About 659,000 people die every 36 seconds in the United States from cardiovascular disease. That’s 1 in every … Continue reading What’s On Your Heart? Let’s Talk About Cardiovascular Health