Published on Thursday, February 06 2014 14:20
By Dr. Sara Hart
First there was the flood; then there were the decisions every person made to survive. For most people, these were very different decisions than those made weeks and even days prior. Instead of, “What should we have for dinner tonight,” it became “What is going to go bad the quickest that we need to eat first,” or “Where will I get my next meal?”
Published on Saturday, February 01 2014 12:34
By Lori Flynn
Happy New Year! Each year we ring in the new, honor the old, kiss the past goodbye and nurture thoughts of what will best serve us in the upcoming twelve months. That’s right, it’s resolution time.
Let’s not kid ourselves and pretend that fitness, wellness and health will not spearhead the resolution initiative. It should! Our body is our vehicle and it has to last us the whole time
Published on Friday, January 31 2014 14:18
Mental Health Partners has a new Help Center in Lyons at the Walt Self Community Building (335 Railroad Avenue, lower level entrance at the back of the building) open Monday through Friday, from noon to 7 p.m., to assist area residents impacted by the recent floods. The Help Center provides
Published on Friday, January 31 2014 14:19
Boulder County’s Area Agency on Aging is offering a free wellness class to county residents 60 and over. “Be Well,” a Chronic Disease Self-Management program from Stanford University, is a six-week class that will teach skills to help manage living with a chronic illness.
Participants will learn how to set and accomplish goals, how to deal with pain and fatigue, the role of nutrition and exercise in treating chronic conditions, and how to improve communication at the doctor’s
Published on Friday, January 31 2014 14:04
Keeping Lyons Fit! by Mary Chase
We are twenty plus days into 2014. Last year was quite a year for Lyons. Maybe along the way we weren’t able to do the things we wanted to because our daily survival in a flood ravaged town became our priority. So since life has now returned to as close of a normal daily life as possible, I have heard