Category Archives: Health & Lifestyle


Environmental: The benefits of honey

Honey has healing powers that have been proven scientifically. It can help with sore throats, burns hurt less, wounds heal faster and dry scalps benefit from an overnight honey treatment.   What’s important is not to heat the honey to more than 40 °C (104 °F) because then beneficial substances,…

September 30th, 2015 Environmental, Health & Lifestyle

Free online military spouse wellness summit Oct. 19-23

FORT RILEY, Kansas — InDependent and The Army Wife Network launch registration sign-ups for the first ever online Military Spouse Wellness Summit: Invest in Yourself 2015 sponsored by The USAA Educational Foundation.   The free online summit takes place during the week of Oct. 19-23, with a bonus day on…

September 16th, 2015 Health & Lifestyle

The busy parent’s guide to keeping up with your child’s schoolwork

Article submitted by the IMCOM-E Region School Liaison Officer   Are you are parent who works long hours? A single parent? A parent with several children? Or just one of the many busy parents trying to keep up with the demands of every day life?   Busy or not, a…

August 24th, 2015 Health & Lifestyle, School News

How to maintain healthy living momentum during vacation

  InDependent is a military spouse run health and wellness organization in partnership with Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. who provides a nonprofit designation. Their mission is to create a thriving community of military spouses that supports preventative wellness by inspiring each other to make health and wellness a priority. By…

August 23rd, 2015 Health & Lifestyle

Finding InDependence

How a group of Army spouses are redefining life in the military

August 7th, 2015 Health & Lifestyle

Put down the video games: How one school is turning kids back to nature

GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Let’s face it. Kids today don’t get out much. According to research published in the journal Nature, 88 percent of kids spend time online every day and 69 percent play video games or watch television every day.   What’s more, kids ages 10-16 spend only 12.6 minutes…

June 24th, 2015 Environmental, Health & Lifestyle, School News