Heart attack and stroke are life-and-death emergencies—every second counts. Some heart attacks are sudden and intense; but most heart attacks start slowly, with mild pain or discomfort. Sometimes, people are not sure what is wrong and wait too long before getting help. Learning the signs can help save a life. Continue reading
Guest Blogger: Andrew Horowitz, CFP, Horowitz & Company, Inc.
As we move into a new era within the political landscape, monetary and fiscal policy may begin shifting. What financial, business, or life priorities do you need to address for 2017 – and beyond? Continue reading
Choosing a doctor can be a difficult and worrisome task, even under the best of circumstances. The doctor-patient relationship involves something that we value greatly, our health. This relationship has always been an important one, involving trust, openness, and compassion and therefore remains one of the most difficult, important decisions we make. Continue reading
Rip currents are powerful, channeled currents of water flowing away from the shore and can occur at any beach with breaking waves, including the Great Lakes, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Rip currents are especially dangerous for weak or non-swimmers; however, given the right circumstances, it’s possible for one to pull strong swimmers further from the shoreline. Continue reading
Most parents can agree: it’s not easy sending your child off to college. The truth is, it’s not easy for the students either. It wasn’t that long ago that my parents were moving me into my freshman dorm—it was a quick process full of high emotions and multiple goodbye hugs. Not to mention, there was so much to unpack and adjust to almost immediately. Yet, each year got a little easier—you quickly learn from the previous years what works and what doesn’t. If you’re moving your child into a new dorm for the first time, there are a few tips to help get you started. Continue reading