Eat Right. Exercise. Tweet?

There’s no way around it: America’s got a weight problem. Politicians, public health officials and even Paula Deen are constantly warning against the dangers posed by our expanding waist lines. For the scores of Americans who have heeded the call to get in shape, lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle, long-term support and accountability …

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Anthony Breuer: An Artist Among Us

Dr. Anthony Breuer’s biography describes him as an “artist who for relief engages in clinical neurology, vegetable gardening and fly fishing.” Sounds like a pretty interesting guy, huh? Over at Laupus Library, we sure do think so and we’re exciting to host an exhibition of Tony’s acrylic and oil paintings titled, “Artscience in Spacetime: Steam.” …

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Mamas Don’t Get Sick

For those of you that are crazy enough to read this blog, I am getting ready to share some top secret information. I have hesitated sharing this information with anyone; you do not offer up the good information. You do not share your favorite babysitter’s contact information or your hairdresser’s. I am not a stingy …

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Are public schools safe?

Dr. Mark Stebnicki, PhD, reflects on the tragedy that took place in Connecticut and offers some advice for the Newtown residents, as well as parents with school-age children here in our community. The unspeakable acts of violence that have taken place December 14, 2012 in Newtown, CT has created extraordinary traumatic stress beyond comprehension for …

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