Today on DelmarvaLife:
As hard as it is to believe, many people dread this time of year. We’re talking about holiday depression. Sure, Elvis sand about having a blue Christmas, but it’s not something to be taken lightly. Suni Jani, MD, a psychiatrist at Community Behavioral Health, stops by to tell us why holiday depression hits some harder than others, and when it’s time to see a professional.
We’re calling in a professional to help with our poinsettias this time of year. Gardening expert Ginny Rosenkranz, with the University of Maryland Extension Office, is here with a few poinsettia pointers, including how to care for them so they look great all holiday season.
We’re also focusing on food this afternoon. You want a great meal? You got it. A picture-perfect setting to gather with loved ones this Christmas? No problem. DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield is off to Suicide Bridge Restaurant in Hurlock, to show you why it should be at the top of your list.
It takes mere seconds for a happy holiday to turn into a hazard. Christmas trees can go up in flames in the blink of an eye. We welcome team members from the Ocean City Volunteer Fire Company to the studio, to give us a hands-on lesson when it comes to Christmas tree safety. It’s information that could save your life.