Casual Games Help You Unwind and Relax

RealNetworks, the leading developer, publisher and distributor of casual games, announced research findings that demonstrate U.S. adults who play “casual” games for a quick mental break. Sixty four percent of respondents cited game play as a way to unwind and … Continue reading »

National Blame Someone Else Day

National Blame Someone Else Day, an “unofficial” national holiday was invented by Anne Moeller of Clio, Michigan in 1982. One day, her alarm clock failed to go off, hence creating a domino effect of bad luck events throughout the day. … Continue reading »

Female Director Spotlight :: Susan Froemke

Oscar-Nominee And Grammy Winning Director Susan Froemke And Renowned Cardiologist Dr. Valentin Fuster Premiere New Film The Resilient Heart Coast To Coast Film Debuted At The Newport Beach Film Festival And During The Tribeca Film Festival Oscar®-nominee and Grammy® winning … Continue reading »

Kidney-Friendly Seasonal Spring Recipes

DaVita Kidney Care Releases Springtime Favorites Cookbook Enjoy Kidney-Friendly Seasonal Spring Recipes DaVita Kidney Care, a division of DaVita Inc. (NYSE: DVA), a leading provider in kidney care services, today announced the launch of its “Springtime Favorites” cookbook, a delicious … Continue reading »

65% Losing Sleep Over Health Care Costs

65% Losing Sleep Over Money; Health Care Costs Lead List of Worries for First Time Americans Losing Sleep Over Finances Hits Post-Recession Peak 65% of Americans are losing sleep because of money, according to a new CreditCards.com report. The most … Continue reading »

Candy Games Stimulate Appetite

At least once a week, two thirds of all children of primary-school age will play an internet game that was created to draw attention to a brand. Most of these advertisements are for snacks and candy. Only 6% of these … Continue reading »

Zombie Science

What do you get when the soul of science dies? Zombie Science “Science is a noble enterprise that is being corrupted by an addiction to money and a tendency to tell stories that go far beyond the evidence,” says biologist … Continue reading »

National Doctor’s Day

Annual Cycle of Care List It’s important to do an annual cycle of care to identify any health concerns early and discuss the best treatment with your doctor and diabetes health professionals. Without regular checks, diabetes can lead to complications … Continue reading »

HealthTap :: Access to Health Care 24/7

HealthTap is the world’s first Global Health Practice Providing 24/7 immediate access to over 107,000 top doctors via video, text, or voice Talk with a top doctor or your personal physician using our Virtual Consult experience via high-definition video, voice, … Continue reading »

Something on a Stick Day

March 28 is Something on a Stick Day. It is a day to have fun with your food and to celebrate delicious and easy-to-eat dishes on a stick. Red, White and Blue Popsicles These red-white-and-blue popsicles are great to make … Continue reading »

Spanish Paella Day

March 27 is Spanish Paella Day. Celebrate this unofficial holiday by cooking this rice and saffron dish. Paella is typically a Spanish dish that is thought to have originated in the Valencia region of Spain made with rice and saffron. … Continue reading »

International Goof Off Day

March 22 is International Goof Off Day! International Goof Off Day is observed annually on March 22.   It is a day to relax, enjoy and goof off.  Do something fun and leave the work until tomorrow.  Everybody needs to … Continue reading »

Anheuser-Busch and Amazon Alexa

Michelob ULTRA Brings Fitness – and a Different Kind of Six-Pack – to Amazon Alexa Michelob ULTRA today launched a free, dedicated skill on Amazon Alexa, called ULTRA 95, just in time for spring. This is also the first skill … Continue reading »

Beers For Diabetics

NOTE: This article is by no means an endorsement for consuming alcohol. Every person with diabetes should check with his or her healthcare professional about the use of alcohol. In addition to the effects of alcohol on diabetes control, including … Continue reading »

Everything You Do is Right Day

Everything You Do is Right Day is the opposite of Everything You Think is Wrong day, which was celebrated yesterday. Today is an unofficial holiday that encourages people to believe that no matter what happened before today, everything they do … Continue reading »

Hiking Footwear :: The Hiking Shoe

A hiking shoe, sometimes called trail runners or hiking sneaker, is essentially a more durable version of a running sneaker. It features a tread designed to provide traction on rock and dirt trails, plus greater support than a normal running … Continue reading »