1. The Health Benefits of a Clean Home

    You’re a busy person, and like many of us, probably have a hard time keeping up with tidying up your house. You might dread coming home sometimes, or put off that mountain of laundry that needs to be folded, but other than the annoyance you feel, did you realize there are health issues that can ar…Read More

  2. Stress management tips to help you through the summer time

    Stress Management Tips for the Summer

    For many families, the summertime brings change, and with that can come stress. Many times, stress can be positive—but it’s still stress. When the body experiences stress, it releases the hormone cortisol, which breaks down fat stored in the body and converts it to fuel (blood sugar) the body ca…Read More

  3. How to tell if your headache is actually a migraine

    Is Your Headache a Migraine?

    June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month, and we not only want to spread awareness, but help you understand a little more about migraines. It’s reported that 30 million people suffer from migraines in the United States alone, and 75% of those people are women. If you think you might …Read More

  4. Albemarle Square's tips for a safe spring break

    Tips for a Safe Spring Break

    Spring break is just about here, and if you’re about to head off for a week of well-deserved vacation, there are some tips to ensuring the safest holiday possible. Whether you’re a teen, young adult, or adult, we all have to take precautions to ensure a vacation that’s fun and safe! Albemarle …Read More

  5. Albemarle Square's tips to beat procrastination

    Tips to Beat Procrastination

    Procrastination is a massive killer of productivity, and what we might see as a quick break at work to check Facebook or the news can actually add up to hours lost throughout the day. So when you ask yourself why you’re not getting enough done every day, or why you never seem to have enough hours …Read More

  6. Heart Attack Symptoms for Women

    A common misconception is that heart attacks are mostly happening to men in their 40s. While this is certainly an age and gender where heart attacks are often seen, women are just as susceptible, and often don't recognize the symptoms that one is impending. Women have different symptoms of a heart a…Read More

  7. Health Screenings All Women Should Have

    When life gets busy, and you're caught up in the day-to-day grind, the first person you're likely to neglect is yourself. Women have a special set of health care matters be on the lookout for, and when we become too involved in everything that's required of us, important, life-saving screenings are …Read More