How to cope with the holiday stress

stressedChristmas season often brings a lot of stress / depression, so health experts have listed the following tips to make your holiday season worry-free.

a. It is wise to plan all your personal activities and activities with your family.
b. Be wary of common symptoms of illness. Consult with doctors for immediate treatment.
c. Serve vegetables and fruits with your ham and pastries on Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
d. Eat more nutritious food; take plenty of water; and have enough rest to recharge your tired body.
e. Avoid crowded places to prevent acquiring bacteria and virus-causing diseases.
f. Display environment-friendly and inexpensive Christmas decor.
g. Buy toys that are free from harmful chemicals.
h. Welcome the New Year with noise from pots and pans, jbl eon speakers and not with firecrackers.

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Simple Tips to Prevent Getting Diarrhea

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This PowerPoint health info was part of the PPT file that I translated in Tagalog in 2007. I was a part time translator sometime ago. 

Healthy fruity strawberries

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Strawberries don’t only appeal to the eyes but they help ease stress. Strawberries actually belong to the “calming foods” group. It contains anti-oxidants (vitamin C, phytonutrients) that help control stress-related inflammation. Strawberries also provide a good source of vitamin K, manganese, folic acid, potassium, riboflavin, vitamin B5, copper, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids.

Exercise Routine for WAHM and SAHM

If you have been working in front of your computer for long hours then this exercise video is for you. The simple exercise routine is actually intended for office workers, but mommies like you and me can also do this at home while we are at rest from our daily chores. For bloggers, you can…

Something for the staff this Christmas

Are you a generous boss? Are you willing to give cellphones, desktop, or a musical instrument like a taylor grand symphone to your loyal and deserving employees this Christmas? Well, that would be the best thing to do if you’re an employer who cares for the welfare of your staff. By recognizing their effort, the…