Monthly Archives: December, 2015

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By Jessica Valentine  | PHOTOS provided by The YMCA When you walk by a playground and see the smiling faces of children, it’s easy to assume their lives are carefree…

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BY Paul D. Rothwell | Fellow of American Academy of Family Physicians and American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine Happy New Year! Each year as we celebrate the…

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By Shyla Stokes I used to set huge goals at the beginning of each year. As someone who welcomes change and new beginnings, resolutions were always appealing. I’d spend…

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By Shyla Stokes   |  PHOTOS by Emily Brashier Let’s face it: come January, we’ve all eaten more than our share of holiday cookies, simple carbs and let’s not even…

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Elephants in Africa are facing threats daily thanks to poaching, dramatic loss of habitat, disease and more. In the past 25 years, the population of African elephants dropped from 1.6…

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By Jason Doyle Oden Building on a generation of success, the latest iteration of MAPS, or Metropolitan Area Projects, is beginning to emerge. As the MAPS 3 initiative promised when…

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By Christina Reyes Life is short. We hear that all of the time. And it’s true. But for C.J. Davis and Charlie James Keith, life had barely gotten started. One…

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It’s that time of year when we begin to make new resolutions about how we’re going to do better and be better. I personally stopped making resolutions when I was…

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BY Jake Bollig “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” Albert Einstein Have you taken the opportunity to learn from millennials? Experience and knowledge is no…

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