Published on Thursday, March 21 2013 10:59
Our blustery days and lighter mornings are a sure sign that spring is just around the corner. For some, this is such a season of excitement with greater ease of outdoor adventure. For others, it’s a season better off missed due to the misery of allergy symptoms.
Over-the-counter allergy medication works well for some individuals to reduce the significance of allergy symptoms. Itching, water eyes, sneezing, runny noses and fatigue are all irritating aspects of seasonal allergies. Year after year, symptoms persist and with long-term antihistamine use, they tend to get worse.
Published on Thursday, March 21 2013 09:23
Spring is here, which means it’s time to slip those green thumbs into some gardening gloves.
And if you want to feel truly good about what you grow, consider upgrading your garden to be more planet-friendly.
Here are some ideas to consider:
Grow Your Own Dinner
Published on Thursday, March 21 2013 06:27
A new blood screening test for gluten sensitivity is being offered this year at the Lyons 9Health Fair, which will take place in the Lyons High School gym (100 McConnell Drive) on Saturday, April 20, from 7 a.m. to noon.
Gluten is a protein composite found in wheat and other grains, including barley and rye, as well as many processed foods. It gives elasticity to dough, helping it to rise and to keep
Published on Thursday, March 21 2013 06:37
This past Saturday evening, spring unfolded at The Corner Studio owned by Valerie Pellegrin. Bulbs were popping up in the front yard while bouquets of creativity were visually blooming inside. Artist Millicent Kang from Boulder, wearing a dress cut from cloth similar in palette to that which was exploding on her stretched canvases, cheerily greeted the opening reception’s array of guests.
Published on Thursday, March 21 2013 06:23
Spring Break is just around the corner, which means revealing your abdominal muscles that have probably been well hidden over the winter months. Toned abdominal muscles are a multi million dollar business in our society. So why can’t just a couple of more crunches everyday solve your problems? Let’s explore why.
Crunches don’t target the entire abdominal area. They focus on the middle of the abdominal wall, but neglect the obliques and much of the crucial back strength. Additionally, your lower abdominals or rectus abdominus is often hard to isolate during a traditional crunch. So essentially the crunch is only doing half of the work that your core needs.