Monthly Archives: August 2012

Know the Early Signs of Stroke – A Quick 4 Part Screening Test

Learn a simple four part screening test that could save someone’s life. Continue reading

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Free Dance Classes for Cancer Recovery

Dr. Martha Eddy and Moving for Life offer free dance classes to help in the recovery from cancer. Continue reading

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Pink Slime Burgers? Better Know What You’re Putting In Your Mouth

An article on food safety and the questionable ingredients found in processed foods from “Currant Table” – a blog covering food sustainability. Continue reading

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The Art of Teaching Dance – Part 2

Part Two of an interview with Laura Donnelly, Alexander Teacher and Assistant Professor of Dance at Kansas State University. Continue reading

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Why People Skip the Medication They’re Supposed to Take

Up to one-third of patients fail to fill their prescriptions and about three-quarters fall short of taking their medication as directed. Why? And what should policy-makers do about it? Continue reading

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The Danger of Dehydration in the Elderly

Know the signs of dehydration in the elderly, the common causes, and the simple steps to fix the problem. Continue reading

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Laura Donnelly and the Art of Teaching Dance

An interview with Laura Donnelly, Assistant Professor of Dance at Kansas State University, and teacher of the Alexander Technique. Continue reading

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