About the Author: Gazala Bohra

Gazala Bohra

Gazala lives in New Jersey with her three boys and a loving husband. In her past life she was an Engineer in the field of Electronics and Communications. She took a sabbatical from work for a little over a decade to stay at home and raise her three boys. During that decade she stayed active by switching roles between soccer mom, scout mom and PTA mom and even started running. Gazala has done several half marathons and long distance relay races. Running is her therapy. Gazala joined HPFY as a Digital Asset Optimizer in 2017. Writing is another one of her hobbies which has found an outlet in the company's focus on content creation.

Gazala Bohra's Articles

Give a Second Chance

Posted on Jan 08, 2018 by Gazala Bohra

As a household of three growing boys, there is never a quiet relaxing moment in our home. When they are back home from soccer practices or games, they are either out in the backyard playing some more soccer or basketball or just rolling on the family room floor wrestling each other.

Posted in Brain Injury Cognitive

The Promise of 2 lbs. of Lentils!

Posted on Nov 04, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

When my oldest started school a little over a decade ago, I remember feeling overwhelmed with all the paperwork just to get a kid registered into kindergarten. While most other information was on hand, the request of immunization records had me taking a drive to the pediatricians. The extra effort to get this required information made me compare my childhood to that of my children.

Posted in Community

The Unsung Heroes of Rescue & Recovery

Posted on Oct 11, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

Health Products For You has dedicated October 13, Friday, as a Giving Day to benefit MA-TF 1. The timing could not have been better. A percentage of the total sales that day will be dedicated to the Massachusetts Task Force to help them help the millions in need of rescue and recovery.

Posted in Community

8 Ways You Never Knew You Could Use Your FSA Dollars in 2022

Posted on Sep 29, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

Have you already started fretting over the year end conundrum of “Gotta use it or I will lose it”?!? Every year you plan the FSA number based on probabilities of a certain number of sick visits to the doctors for family, broken frames replacements especially if you have little ones who use eyeglasses, maybe even accounted for a possible root canal for a cavity.

Posted in FSA Eligible

Back to School means Back to Food Security!

Posted on Sep 05, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

A few years ago, while out on a run with a teacher friend of mine, I learnt a shocking fact about childhood hunger. Till then, a term like ‘childhood hunger’ was in my mind a problem associated with third world countries. Never in my wildest imagination would I have considered it as an issue for USA, a first world country.

Posted in Community

Falling in Love with My 4 Legged Furry Guest

Posted on Aug 05, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

“A Dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.” - Josh Billings...I am a mother of three happy, healthy boys. On days when the boys are not in school and the TV is not on in the family room, you can pretty much imagine a wrestling ring on my carpet with three contestants sparring all the time. Needless to say it is an uphill task..

Posted in Pet Supplies

Hope For Education

Posted on May 09, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

Come join me on a little stroll down the dust ridden lanes of Girirajpura, a small village in SawaiMadhopur region of Rajasthan India. The mud houses lining the street are small, mostly one room establishments. The village population is somewhere between 500 to 1000 people. On a typical summer day when the temperatures soar to 100 degree Fahrenheit, you can still find groups of little boys.

Posted in Community Community

The Bracelet Of Hope

Posted on Apr 11, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

Stories of autistic kids wandering away or sometimes running away are not unheard of. About half of autistic children are prone to wandering, according to research published in 2012 in the journal of Pediatrics, and back when this research was published in 2012, wandering had led to the deaths of more than 60 autistic children since 2008.

Posted in Autism