For a few weeks each year, your friends and family get good at that.
It’s not that you’re a violent person. Really, it’s not that at all. Read the rest of this entry →
Roncalli High School girls’ golf coach Bryan Hendricks and the 2008 Rebel girls’ golf team captured the championship in this year’s Marion County Golf Tournament. The Rebels put forth an outstanding team effort on their way to capturing the championship, as their margin of victory over the next closest team was 36 strokes. Read the rest of this entry →
Greenwood H.S. Graduate
#49 – Junior
After a heart breaking loss to Pitt 21-20, the Iowa Hawkeyes will open the Big Ten season this Saturday against Northwestern. Leading the defense will be Greenwood High School grad, A.J. Edds. Coming off an outstanding 2007 season where A.J. was named All Big Ten Academic, he will again be a critical component of the Hawkeyes 08’ squad. Iowa’s 3-1 record has them off to a great start. The real test begins this week for A.J. and the Hawkeyes as the Big Ten campaign will get underway. If you have ESPN Classic, you can catch A.J. in action this Saturday at Noon.
Day 10 of the new habits for life is upon me. To my surprise, I can move with more ease and have much less back and ankle pain. Now, this doesn’t mean I’m dancin’ in the steets yet. That much coordination may take a while. (Do grandmothers dance in the streets?)
Today is really only day three of the formal Totally Fit Life system. I began most of the program last week, but opted to begin the temporary “boot camp” eating for this week. (There were cookies in the freezer. I had to help get rid of them.) Read the rest of this entry →
New research has found that three simple questions were just as good as conventional screening for identifying potential postpartum depression among new mothers.
“Postpartum depression is under-diagnosed,” said Dr. Adam Aponte, a pediatrician and associate director for recruitment and retention at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. “We found the fewer the questions, the better. It opens the door for dialogue about how the mom is doing. The last thing you want is a depressed mom. It’s important to screen.” Read the rest of this entry →
Hippocrates, the father of medicine, was right-on when in 400 BC he declared: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
After my loyal 15-year-old yellow lab died, I deeply grieved and became emotionally intoxicated on an unfamiliar level. We spent nearly every day of her life together; even vacations centered on the beloved family member. Just recently, however, I discovered that I was being overly medicated by my family physician. Psychotherapeutic drugs, like antidepressants and sedatives, have nearly doubled from 671 deaths to 1,300. Adios to drugs that took me out of the game and hello to food as medicine. Read the rest of this entry →
John Heck of Indianapolis always dreamed of finding the time and the money to race. The self-employed automotive repair shop owner loves to work on cars and now thanks to the Hoosier Lottery, will be able to race a few cars himself.
“It’s time to go racing hard!” said Heck. Read the rest of this entry →
Locals lined up before 6 a.m on September 12 for the reopening of the newly renovated McDonalds at the corner of Raymond and Sherman. They were greeted by McDonalds co-owners Roy Stuckey and Jim Props, who gave the first 50 patrons a card for a free Big Mac every week for one year. Also greeting customers was Beech Grove mayor Joe Wright. Read the rest of this entry →
A couple of months ago, as participants in the Indianapolis Power & Light Company’s Green Power Option, we received a letter from the Program Manager with an update about the program. One paragraph reads, in part: Read the rest of this entry →