I'm a very, very bloated individual at the time of this writing. Everything from chicken wings to pizza to beer to cheesecake was consumed at the two Superbowl get togethers that we attended. I was wondering just how much exercise it would take to burn it off? Are you ready for this?
It seems like everybody I know is sick, or has been sick over the past few weeks. Record numbers of people are getting the flu nationwide, while many others are just trying to battle off the common winter cold.
It's "sensitive issue" time. We touched on it on the Sean and Richie Show Thursday morning. What's worse - letting your 7 year old child stay at an unhealthy weight (chunky but happy!), or becoming harping on their every move to get them in better shape and dropping the extra weight.
When the flu starts hitting people start getting flu shots in droves. You can try to get in to see your doctor, but fortunately there are many other places to get a shot, if they aren't out of the vaccine. Call ahead to make sure they have a supply in stock.
Nothing ruins your month like getting the flu, especially if you are one of the first people in your circle of friends and family who gets it. Chicken soup is more than just mom's remedy - there is science behind using chicken soup to ease discomfort and help get you back to health. Here's a simple + quick recipe for you while you're sick with the flu.
When flu season hits, every sniffle can make you wonder if it is the flu or just a cold. Neither are pleasant but there are differences between the two. Here is a chart comparing both medical conditions with some differences between the two.
It's that time of year, when you give everybody who coughs on the train a dirty look and tie your hands to your waist with elastic to keep from accidentally touching your face until you've had a chance to wash them under soap and water for at least three minutes. That's right. It's flu season. Here are some tips for coming out on the other side okay.
This morning I look into the other studio and there's this BRIGHT blue light on Debbie Dragon. Turns out she bought one of those artificial sunlight lamps that are supposed to help you fight Seasonal Affective Disorder aka S.A.D.
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