This is the time of year that it is more difficult to make healthy choices. Here are a few previous blogs to help you manage temptation and keep those healthy habits throughout the holiday season.
Candy-free Stocking Stuffer Ideas – Sometimes even Santa needs some ideas to make the holidays just a little healthier.
Surviving the Holiday Party Gauntlet – Suggestions to successfully enjoy and manage temptations at holiday parties.
Healthy Holiday Substitutions – Make your favorite recipes better for you by using these simple substitutions.
Having Heart Disease and Diabetes Over for the Holidays – WakeMed Diabetes Educator discusses simple changes you can make to your holiday menu to accomodate family members with heart disease or diabetes.
Cooking Safety for Kids – Tips for including kids safely in the holiday cooking.
Wealth, Health & Happiness – Strategies for making New Year’s food traditions healthier – from collard greens to menudo.
Healthy Holidays – Healthy holiday meals, cooking substitutions and suggestions to keep your family active.
Considering and iGift for a Child – WakeMed pediatric developmental psycologist considers gifts of tablets, iTouches and smartphones for young children.
Toy Safety Guide – Safe Kids Wake County toy safety guidelines. Post includes links to learn about recalls and other toy safety resources.
The Gift of a Cold – Ways to stay well at holiday gatherings.
5 Indoor Workout Resources You Didn’t Even Know You Had – If you have wireless internet or a TV with cable, you too can exercise even when you are away from home.
Dangers of a Swallowed Battery – The holidays are a time of friends, family, gifts, and batteries. Learn how batteries can cause irreparable harm when swallowed.