Life Lessons: Sleep for health

Life Lessons Sleep for health

According to one survey conducted by the Better Sleep Council, about half of Americans say they don’t get enough sleep, but most of them don’t take any action to improve their situation.

Life Lessons: Seventh Avenue Apothecary

Life Lessons Seventh Avenue Apothecary

Talk about competition. Your challenge: create a candle to stand out in the two-billion dollar industry. But Erin Grossman and her family did just that.

Life Lessons: Wisdom Wednesday: Mistakes

Life Lessons Wisdom Wednesday Mistakes

We all make mistakes in our lives but how should we think about them?

Life Lessons: Behind-the-screen: Computer vision syndrome

Life Lessons Behind-the-screen

Between Netflix, video games, cell phones and work, Americans spend multiple hours a day looking at screens.

Life Lessons: Women, stress, and food

(img1)Life Lessons Women stress and food

The type of fat you eat matters, but a new study suggests that the benefits of good fats vanish when stress enters the picture.

Life Lessons: Best temperature for sleep

40 percent of all Americans get less sleep than the seven to nine hours recommended by the national sleep foundation. Experts say that cooler sleeping temperatures may help.

Life Lessons: Training kids with autism for the workplace

The number of adults living with autism is growing every year. In Pennsylvania, authorities say the number has tripled in the last six years.

Life Lessons: Wisdom Wednesday: Refuel

Life Lessons Wisdom Wednesday Refuel

The American Medical Association says stress if the basic cause of more than 60 percent of all illnesses and diseases.

Life Lessons: Shakespeare helps kids with autism

Life Lessons Shakespeare helps kids with autism

A new study showed improvement in the social and communication skills of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) using a signature approach pairing the recitation of Shakespeare’s rhythmic language with physical gesture.

Life Lessons: Nutrition in a pill: Worth it or worthless

Life Lessons Nutrition in a pill Worth it or worthless

It can be challenging to get all the nutrients you need for a healthy diet which is why many people turn to supplements, including vitamins and dietary pills.

Life Lessons: Chef's Corner: Mexican Fiesta!

Life Lessons Chef s Corner Mexican Fiesta

Fading are the unlimited Las Vegas buffets being replaced with top chefs

Life Lessons: Centering pregnancy: Preventing diabetes?

Life Lessons Centering pregnancy Preventing diabetes

As many as nine percent of all pregnant women in the United States develop a condition called gestational diabetes, and the numbers may be higher in urban areas.

Life Lessons: Soccer injuries double

Life Lessons Soccer injuries double

Soccer is an increasingly popular sport in the United States, both professionally and recreationally, with over 3 million registered soccer players under 19 years of age playing in leagues every year.

Life Lessons: Is your fitness tracker accurate

Life Lessons Is your fitness tracker accurate

More than 19 million fitness trackers were used last year. It’s not hard to find someone wearing one of these devices nowadays.

Life Lessons: Outdated concussion information

Life Lessons Outdated concussion information

A new national survey, commissioned by UCLA Health, reveals that a vast majority of parents may be following outdated advice when caring for a child with a concussion, and it could be making their child’s symptoms worse.

Life Lessons: Wisdom Wednesday: Regret

Life Lessons Wisdom Wednesday Regret

In our series Wisdom Wednesday, we look at the subject of regret by interviewing Lehigh Valley women for their thoughts and reflections.

Life Lessons: Flashes of Gold

Life Lessons Flashes of Gold

The event is called Flashes of Gold and it's really just a big party for all kids to relax, have fun and to remember and honor children who have lost their lives to cancer but also to raise money to fund treatment and a cure for the kids who are battling cancer right now.

Life Lessons: Boost your credit score

Life Lessons Boost your credit score

A survey from the national foundation for credit counseling found more people would be embarrassed to admit their credit scores than their weight. So what can you do to boost your score?

Life Lessons: Autism and weight gain

Life Lessons Autism and weight gain

A new study shows significant evidence that a common drug used to treat type-2 diabetes – metformin – is also effective in helping overweight children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who take antipsychotic medications maintain or reduce their body mass index (BMI).

Life Lessons: Doctor Mini Mental Health

Life Lessons Doctor Mini Mental Health

If a child has a toothache or the flu, it’s easy for most adults to explain what happens during a trip to the dentist or doctor, but when it comes to mental health, many parents may not know where to begin, or how to calm a child’s fears and they may have plenty of fears of their own. One expert is working to destigmatize mental health issues by bringing them front and center.

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Recipes From The Kitchen

Sunrise Chef: Subarashii Kudamono

Sunrise Chef Subarashii Kudamono

It's Friday, which means its time to head into the kitchen! This morning we are joined by Chef Terry Wilson and Holly Harter of Subarashii Kudamono who are growers of Asian Pears in our area.

Culture through Cuisine: Bison

Culture through Cuisine Bison

People are eating healthier these days, and with the variety of options in grocery stores, it's not hard to make good selections.

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Music Monday

Music Monday: Chad Reinert

It's a busy time for country music singer-songwriter Chad Reinert.  He's on the road promoting a new album.  WFMZ's Jaciel Cordoba spoke with him for Music Monday on 69 News at Sunrise.

Music Monday: Lizanne Knott

Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Lizanne Knott visits 69 News at Sunrise for Music Monday.

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