Monthly Archives: July 2015

Making Big Health Changes with Little Time to Spare

Although there has been a big shift towards healthier living over the years, adult obesity rates in the U.S. are once again on an incline. One of the most common excuses used for unhealthy habits is time, or lack thereof. … Continue reading

We Might Not be Experts, but We Sure Know a Few

In our first blog post, I noted that I am a problem solver. I never asked for Barbie dolls or dresses as a little girl; I wanted Legos and jigsaw puzzles. I also love big data – it’s completely fascinating … Continue reading