Memory boosting foods you and your family should be eating

Memory boosting foods you and your family should be eating

this blog is brought to you by guest contributor Zyana Morris, Health and Lifestyle blogger. It is not uncommon for middle-aged adults to be forgetting things easily. There are several factors that can be responsible for this memory loss, from lack of sleep to being overworked and even the level of physical activity, or lack thereof. To […]

Tips to help parents restrict screen time for children

Tips to help parents restrict screen time for children

this guest post is brought to you by Jeff Elrod from Family Sport Health Parents sometimes turn to electronic devices, such as, handheld video games, tablets, smartphones or televisions to soothe and entertain children. Although these devices are great to entertain little ones when you are on the phone, cleaning the house or waiting in line […]

Postpartum Depression – Facts you need to know now

Postpartum Depression – Facts you need to know now

this guest post is brought to you by Elizabeth, pre and postnatal exercise specialist and natural childbirth educator The gray cloud that looms over many mothers is not talked about often enough.  Postpartum depression effects up to 20% of mothers in the US and up to 40% of women in developing countries, and the consequences […]

Style in a Bag: Effortless styles for the frazzled mom

Style in a Bag: Effortless styles for the frazzled mom

this blog is brought to you by guest contributor Zyana Morris, Health and Lifestyle blogger. The majority of us spend somewhere between 10 to 30 minutes getting ready in the morning, on average. However, on days when you wake up late or have one of the inevitable toddler morning meltdowns, that amount of time can shrink dramatically. […]

Change the Story: The Compassion Experience coming to Billings

Change the Story: The Compassion Experience coming to Billings

This testimonial for Compassion International-The Compassion Experience was shared with SFM by Lacey Maloney Almost two years ago, my husband and I traveled to Ethiopia to meet and bring home our adopted son, Abrahim.  Because we were taking one of Ethiopia’s finest, we made it our mission to visit as many organizations on the ground […]

Influenza: Your questions answered

Influenza: Your questions answered

this guest blog is brought to you by Dr. Megan Littlefield, Medical Director, RiverStone Health While the flu season overall has been fairly mild in Montana, last week brought a tragic reminder that influenza is a serious illness that can be deadly.  During the week of April 3-8, two young children and one adult in Yellowstone […]

The Goal of Childbirth: Healthy Mom, Healthy Baby

The Goal of Childbirth: Healthy Mom, Healthy Baby

this guest blog is brought to you by Pamela Templeton, MD, doctor at Billings OB-GYN Associates Birth is a team sport, which requires many players. Mom is the team captain. Dad is the coach. The fetus is, of course, the star player and the team of nurses and doctors run defense in one of nature’s […]

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