March is National Nutrition Month. It also happens to be National Peanut Month, Women’s History Month, Mustache Month, National Kidney Month and many other observances. However, let’s focus on nutrition, specifically infant nutrition.

During Oprah Winfrey’s “2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus Tour” several weeks ago in Los Angeles, she spoke about wellness and balance. Unfortunately, immediately after mentioning balance in her speech, she lost her footing and tumbled onto the stage, a reminder of how important balance is to …

This time of year, we often need a break from snow and grey sky of Northeast Ohio. Many of us travel to warm and sunny climates for at least a few days during winter months. Cleveland’s sunny days are also just around the corner and we will be out and about enjoying our beautiful sunny days.

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar: Snoring, suddenly waking up due to gasping or choking, daytime sleepiness? What about teeth grinding? These are all clinical manifestations of obstructive sleep apnea. If you or your child exhibits any of these symptoms, you may want to talk to your d…

According to Groucho Marx, outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read. But seriously, I agree with the old adage that a dog is man’s best friend. Research has emerged that supports the many positive effects on one’s health of being a pet owner.

Budgeting is a big part of life, as knowing what one can afford can help plans develop. This is especially true for senior living, as the average cost for assisted living is about $4,000 a month, according to a report by the National Center for Assisted Living.

In three of my books, “What To Eat When: A Strategic Plan to Improve Your Life,” “The What To Eat When Cookboook” and “The Great Age Reboot,” I highlight 16 choices that have been shown in studies to help you keep your brain young. These books are meant to motivate you and help you prepare t…