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Antarctic Run: Part 3 - Set goals to spark...

In two previous blogs, I introduced you to Hein Wagner, who taught us that no barrier is too large to overcome, and Lt. Col. William Conner, the...
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Mindful hydration for great summer health

Did you know that pure, refreshing water is our most vital nutrient? Hot weather means staying smart with hydration – but keeping yourself...
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No excuses: alternatives to routine exercise –...

(Read the first in the series, "Finding balance on your path to well-being.") (Read the second in the series, "Getting started with an exercise...
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Finding balance on your path to well-being - Part...

While we often talk about striving for optimum health, I like to think that the term “well-being” includes much more than just one aspect of our lives...
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Plant an extra row, share some hope

Consider planting just a little extra produce in your garden this year to share with others. The extra food you grow can be lovingly donated to people in need. An area initiative is underway to “Plant a Row for the Hungry,” which will culminate in a Day of Sharing Harvest Celebration later this summer.  You can donate the extra food you harvest to a food relief agency or soup kitchen of your...
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Antarctic run, Part 2: USMC vet motivates through...

In my last blog, I introduced you to a truly remarkable global adventurer, Hein Wagner. Despite his blindness, Hein shows the world there is virtually...
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Cervical Adenocarcinoma in Situ: What every woman...

Cervical cancer screening has undergone some very important and significant changes recently. If you are of a certain age, you may remember the...
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Bucket-list Antarctic run leads to visionary...

Is everyone really tired of winter? As I write this blog, it is the end of March and currently snowing, once again, with an anticipated two inches of...
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