Life Lessons: Foods that can make you sick

Life Lessons Foods that can make you sick

Every year, one in six people in America are sickened by the food they eat, according to the centers for disease control and prevention. 128,000 get sick enough to go to the hospital. Ivanhoe shows which foods are most likely to make you sick.

Life Lessons: Apps all young adults should have

Life Lessons Apps all young adults should have

Graduation is over, you’ve landed your first full-time job, signed a lease on an apartment, now what? There are a few free apps that can help you step up your game as a young adult.

Life Lessons: E-cigarette exposures soar

Life Lessons E-cigarette exposures soar

As the household presence of e-cigarettes and liquid nicotine has increased, so have exposures among young children. 

Life Lessons: Wisdom Wednesday: Wisdom

Life Lessons Wisdom Wednesday Wisdom

What have you learned in your lifetime? What wisdom would you have to share with other people?

Life Lessons: Man uses brain to retain paralyzed hand

Life Lessons Man uses brain to retain paralyzed hand

Six years ago, he was paralyzed in a diving accident. Today, he participates in clinical sessions during which he can grasp and swipe a credit card or play a guitar video game with his own fingers and hand. 

Life Lessons: Choosito: A new way to search the web

Life Lessons Choosito A new way to search the web

She only started with an idea, but it turned out to be a million dollar one. That’s how much the National Science Foundation is investing in It’s how one woman is changing everything we know about finding facts at any age.

Life Lessons: Maggie on the Move

Life Lessons Maggie on the Move

Over the past decade the food truck business has exploded into a 1.2 billion dollar industry with more than 4,000 food trucks across the country. But it’s not about the money for one woman, who not only cooks outside the box, but has a kitchen that’s off the beaten track as well. 

Life Lessons: Wisdom Wednesday: Fear

Life Lessons Wisdom Wednesday Fear

What are you afraid of? In our personal and professional lives, fear sometimes holds us back. We look at the subject of fear and how we can overcome it by asking a number of Lehigh Valley women for their advice. 

Life Lessons: Teens and sleep

Life Lessons Teens and sleep

A new study published in Behavioral Sleep Medicine shows that children who are taught at home get more sleep than those who go to private and public schools. 

Life Lessons: Hear the cheers

Life Lessons Hear the cheers

There are roughly 37 million people in the U.S. with some form of hearing loss, but you may not know that many insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid in some states, consider hearing aids “elective” and will not cover the cost.

Life Lessons: Breast cancer champ

Life Lessons Breast cancer champ

Nearly 250,000 American women are diagnosed with invasive breast cancer every year. 

Life Lessons: Calcium beyond milk

Life Lessons Calcium beyond milk

The average American needs about 1,000 milligrams of calcium per day, which is about one glass of milk. But what if you are lactose intolerant or have a dairy allergy?

Life Lessons: Wisdom Wednesdays: Self Love

Life Lessons Wisdom Wednesdays Self Love

It's no secret that many women struggle at times with their self esteem. Some studies say as many as 90 percent of women admit to having a negative self image at one time or another. So we asked Lehigh Valley women what self love means to them and what they want other women to know about it.

Life Lessons: The truth about juicing

Life Lessons The truth about juicing

About 20 percent of adults who want to lose or maintain weight have tried a “cleanse.” That’s where you replace food with fruit and vegetable juices for just one day to one week or longer. It sounds healthy, but some nutritionists aren’t convinced. Experts say there are good and bad things about juicing.

Life Lessons: Tapping out stress: Aging backwards

Life Lessons Tapping out stress Aging backwards

Mental health challenges affect 63 million Americans every year. Treatment ranges from medication to meditation to counseling. But there’s an alternative form of healing that let’s your fingers do the walking.

Life Lessons: Before you test drive that car

Life Lessons Before you test drive that car

After a home, a car is sometimes the next biggest purchase you’ll make. But whether it’s new or used, there are some things to keep in mind while you’re test driving it.

Life Lessons: The million dollar smile

Life Lessons The million dollar smile

Amelogenesis imperfecta is a rare genetic condition affecting only one in 14,000 people in the US. It causes teeth to be unusually small, discolored and prone to breaking. There is no cure, but one young woman got the next best thing, a million dollar dental makeover.

Life Lessons: Wisdom Wednesday: Joy

Scientists say how happy you are has to do with a combination of your genes, your behaviors and your life circumstances. But can you influence how happy you feel?

Life Lessons: Dirtiest places in the office

Life Lessons Dirtiest places in the office

The dirtiest places in the office are not where you might think. Researchers collected 5,000 swabs from various office buildings and used a device that determines sanitary conditions. A count of 300 means there is a high risk of illness and Ivanhoe shows the top scorers.

Life Lessons: Helping seniors downsize

Life Lessons Helping seniors downsize

Moving can be stressful for anyone, but especially for seniors who sometimes have to downsize a lifetime of living into a smaller space.

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Fire up the grill with Dundore and Heister

Fire up the grill with Dundore and Heister

Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to get outside and fire up the grill.

Sunrise Chef Mary Grube of Easton Public Market

Sunrise Chef Mary Grube of Easton Public Market

It's time to head into kitchen. We're pleased to welcome in Mary Grube. She's a professional cooking instructor as well as a kitchen coordinator at the Easton Public Market. 

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Music Monday

Music Monday: Vinyl Persuasion

We got the holiday party started early Monday morning with a trio of musicians from the Lehigh Valley called "Vinyl Persuasion."

Music Monday: Maria Maslin

Singer/songwriter Maria Maslin joins us LIVE to preview her new EP!

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