What is one positive change you want to make in 2017? Something to think about!
Therapeutic horseback riding can make all the difference! A New Canaan, CT-based therapeutic riding program called New Canaan Mounted Troop, not only helps kids and adults build leadership, responsibility, and confidence through sound horsemanship, but it also enriches the lives of individuals with special needs through equine-assisted activities.
The Human Hug Project is made up of three people with three different lives, but all face one obstacle- PTSD. Together, they are the Human Hug Project. Ian Michael is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Gino Greganti is a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom. Erin Greganti is a Marine Corps wife who experienced war and its aftermath at home.
On the outside Dr. Bill Dorfman, the Los Angeles native, father of 3, and "celebrity dentist" may seem like an ordinary guy, but he's actually EXTRAORDINARY!
8 years ago, Bill Kochevar's life changed drastically. While on a 150-mile bike ride, Bill collided with a mail truck; the accident resulted in him becoming a quadriplegic. Bill thought he'd never be able to move or do anything on his own again.... but he was wrong. Bill's story is proof that medical technology is doing amazing things to help people every day!
Mother's Day is a time to celebrate and reflect on all things mom. Moms are constantly doing something whether it be cleaning or cooking or just taking care of their kids. They shouldn't have to cook on their day! Watch as Joy & Judy teach us how to make poached eggs and avocado. It makes a perfect meal for any mom on Mother's Day!
Passover is a time for celebration, reflection and mourning. Watch as twins Joy & Judy teach us how to make a Matzo Ball soup that we'll want to eat every Passover!
PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder affects about 8 million American adults. Typically, members of the military who are exposed to war/combat are at the highest risk of developing PTSD. Here are just four of the many unique and meaningful ways veterans are overcoming their PTSD: