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It’s easy to underestimate the value of friendships in today’s fast-
“Preventative aging” is an oxy-
“Preventative aging” is an oxy-
It is often difficult to practice the art of saving money in the United States. With roughly 5 percent of the world’s population and 30 percent of its global waste, our country seems to have lost the “save for a rainy day” mentality. Tapping into and exploiting the consumer mindset, the emotional shoppers and the less frugal among us.....
The tapestry that is Kentucky’s literary heritage is colorful and vast. In the center of this grand design is Bobbie Ann Mason. Mason began her literary career over four decades ago. As her short stories began to find publication in The New Yorker in the early 1980’s, her name became associated with the newer women’s literature of the South.
The old adage, “Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas,” has never been more true than in today’s world. People still fall for the same old stuff : peer pressure leading to crime, addicts with their co-
It was 1999 when the Lexington Healing Arts Academy was first established here in Lexington. Up till that time, people who practiced massage therapy had only community education classes, word of mouth and one-
The year is 1956. The quest for a better and more capacious means of data storage has been the focus of many companies of the time. The realization that memory could actually be stored magnetically was somewhat of a new idea. The recording method was not unknown in the sense that celluloid and Bakelite had been able to capture....
If you’ve lived in Lexington longer than five minutes, you know restaurants abound here. This list features local – not chain or franchised – eateries that are stand alone and have reasonable prices and, of course, good food. They are in alphabetical order.
Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) has gotten simpler in recent years. Previously, people had to take a two-
The Bluegrass offers a great deal for residents and passers-
It’s amazing how much the feet have to endure throughout a lifetime. When the feet start to weaken from age, overuse, arthritis and other problems, it’s no wonder a myriad of other issues occur. When the feet aren’t able to do their work, the rest of the body suffers. Inactivity ensues, weight gain follows, mobility and range of motion....
There seems to be no escape from the universal maxim, “Move it or lose it.” Doubleblind studies are not necessary to know and understand that if we stop moving, we disintegrate and eventually stop moving forever. Sure, people live to age 100 years with little physical activity, but the quality of their life remains in question.
Woodwork can take a number of forms. It includes building houses and framing walls as well as the vast world of wood furniture and antiques. Toward the finer, more specialized end of the scale is wood carving. These all require a solid knowledge of the properties of the wood being used.
Whether to use supplements has long been debated in the world of medicine and health and wellness. Supplements are considerably different from medications in that many don’t have science and double-
When thinking about who participates in the martial arts today, many groups are excluded. But even people who are Living Well 60+ could benefit from true, traditional martial arts to attain health and longer life.The trick with proper martial arts training is to first of all find someone who is a well-