Health & Wellness

Mysteries Of Menopause Explained

Part One: What is going on?

With Dr. Sara Hart, ND, MSOM, LAc of Stillwater Healing Arts Clinic, Lyons

One moment you’re sitting in a meeting having a conversation with a colleague and you’re able to present yourself as a professional, intelligent person.  Before you can blink, your mind turns to Jell-O, you can’t remember the last word you said nor the poignant message you were trying to convey, your body temperature seems to be going through the roof, and you’re sweating profusely.

 

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What Grandma Ate... And Why

By Carol Marra

Frances crawled out an upper window of her family’s Iowa farmhouse and onto the tin roof above the front porch; she was toting a tray of thinly sliced apples from the orchard. She placed them carefully on the tin roof to dry in the sun -- the roof was hot enough to keep the flies away. These apples would be the stars of the dried apple pudding, with whipped cream from the dairy cows, which was a staple of celebratory family dinners.

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Tips To Prevent Memory Loss As You Age

Tips To Prevent Memory Loss As You Age

(StatePoint) You may not realize it, but you can take steps to keep your brain fit and flexible as you age. In fact, some experts now say that through proper diet and routine mental health exercises, you even can delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease long enough to avoid experiencing the symptoms.

“The sooner you start to protect your brain against Alzheimer’s, the sooner you will notice improvement -- not only in recall and mental focus, but also in energy level, mood, general health, and sense of well-being,” says Dr. Gary Small, M.

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Keeping Lyons Fit!

After the Injury

By Mary Chase

It’s that time of year. Every time I turn around lately ,someone has a new skiing injury to report or a fall on the ice. I myself write to you this week one handed, the other arm in an immobilizer as a result of a recent biking accident. So, once the injury has happened, now what?

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Managing Your Weight

Free Health Lecture in Broomfield

It’s no secret that the United States has a major weight problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 70 percent of U.S. adults aged 20 years and older are either overweight or obese. If these rates stay at that high level, Americans will face substantial health problems. Being overweight or obese increases the likelihood of developing diabetes, heart disease, stroke, breathing problems, some cancers, osteoarthritis and gall bladder disease.

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