Dave Baker is a communications writer at USANA Health Sciences.
In case you missed it, United States captain Carli Lloyd scored the first goal (penalty kick) in the semifinals on Tuesday against Germany. She followed that up with an assist to teammate Kelly O’Hara to lead her team to a 2-0 victory. The U.S. advanced to Sunday’s World Cup finals. “It’s a dream come true. […]
It’s only 12 words, but, collectively, they make a powerful statement. There’s so much impact in those few words. Because they mean one thing—USANA is about to become a household name. That’s right. Each month, millions of people will be introduced to different USANA products on The Dr. Oz Show—Procosa® will kick things off with a […]
I was the only person in the Cancun airport wearing a flannel shirt. It took exactly one step outside the automatic doors to figure out why. After a few days my body and my wardrobe adjusted to the climate—mid-80s with humidity hovering around 350 percent. And I was able to make the most out of […]
Individually, we are marvels. Together, we are more. We are USANA United. Each of us has the power to make a difference. But together we’re an unstoppable force for good—one that can truly change the world. And we are proving it every day. We are improving the lives of countless thousands around the world. You […]
I learned a lot of lessons at #USANA14. I hope you did, too. But there was one thing that was bigger and more important than the rest. Come in close, and I’ll share it. You don’t wear a floppy hat, you become one with it. Was it a hat made for a woman? I have […]
In a word, bittersweet. It’s really the only proper way to describe Saturday at #USANA14. I can’t say I’m surprised. Every finale—every end—is like that. Joy cut with melancholy. Luckily, Saturday was heavy on the joy. Likely the result of thousands rising with the sun to run together and change the world. Since the event benefitted […]