Maybe you’ve been vying for six-pack abs since you knew what they were, or maybe you’re just not that into a cut-up core—and that’s fine. Being healthy doesn’t mean you have to look like you spend hours at the gym and only eat grilled chicken. In fact, being happy and comfortable with o…Continue Reading.
Stress and schedules: The two go hand in hand and, without proper management, can create one vicious cycle. With summer breaks winding down and school activities and playdates picking up, it can be easy to get over-scheduled. But before you let panic set in, take a look at some of the ways you ca…Continue Reading.
A new path to healthful living is being blazed in Central Indiana, and it runs right through our backyard—specifically where Interstate 70 meets Mount Comfort Road. (You may know it as Olio Road, or 600W, depending where your travels through Hancock Health territory take you.) The new Gateway H…Continue Reading.
When the weather gets warm and the nights get long in Indiana, fair season is upon us. From rides to animals to shows, games, and sweet treats, county and state fairs are among the most fun—and most potentially unhealthy—family activities summer has to offer But look beyond the deep-fried but…Continue Reading.
Life has a way of sneaking up on us. Work, friends, family, weekend obligations, chores, playdates—between them all, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, which can lead to stress. Instead of letting anxiety get the best of you, trying stepping outside. Studies have shown that spending time outdoors…Continue Reading.
As much fun as it is to watch our kids play their favorite sport with their friends, have you ever sat on the sidelines and thought how much fun it would be if you could play, too? From the physical activity to the group support to the feeling when you hit that game-winning goal, team sports are …Continue Reading.
When the weather gets hot, one of the best ways to cool down is finding a body of water. But if you’re not prepared, swimming can go from fun to dangerous quickly—especially for children. In fact, one out of every five of those who unintentionally drown are children ages 14 or younger. To e…Continue Reading.