Archive for the ‘ Prevention ’ Category

What Would Betty Do Logo Water Safety for Kids

The rapidly approaching Labor Day weekend often means fun getaways to waterfront locations. It seems like a good time for a water safety reminder, compliments of Children’s Medical Center. Did you know that: Infants (up to 1 year) can drown in as little as one inch of water? Preschoolers (1-5 years) are most likely to […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Reduce Risk of Heart Disease with Tea, Coffee

“People who drink a lot of tea or drink coffee in moderation are less likely to die of┬áheart disease than coffee and tea abstainers, new research suggests.” As a bit of an iced tea obsessive, this news from WebMD made me very happy, and it was probably something that Betty already knew. After all, she […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Best Sunscreens

Like Betty, I have freckles. Most of my workouts occur outdoors. This combination could prove disastrous without the proper sunscreen. After all, I just don’t have the sort of skin that should ever be exposed to sunlight. Now, you can read every sunscreen review that’s out there, but here’s a sunscreen tip for you: the […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Can Wine Keep You Young?

When I saw the headline on WebMD, “Is Drinking Wine a Key to Antiaging?” I had to admit that my first response was that I hoped not. For those of us with allergies to sulfites — the preservative used in wine, some vinegars and dried fruits — all of this news about the wonders of […] Read More