Anxiety, concern, conflict — parents and teens agree that digital devices are a source of all three of these, according to a study from the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. The comprehensive study compared digital device usage in the United States and Japan and how they have an impact on family relationships in both countries. “The patterns of daily life have been ... CONTINUE READING
3 Ways to Mentally Prepare Your Kids for the School Year
It may not feel like it yet, but summer is coming to a close, and summer break is ending along with it. Soon, the kids will be back to early–morning breakfasts before the school bus arrives and late–night study sessions. Thankfully, there are some steps your family can take during these ... CONTINUE READING
What’s at the Core of Your Back or Knee Pain?
If you’re not on close terms with your psoas, it’s time to get familiar. This muscle, pronounced “so–as,” is a key player in your core and comprises the group of muscles called hip flexors. As the only muscle group that connects your spine to your legs, the psoas has ... CONTINUE READING