By Jessica Shelton | Photography by Heather Crowder
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A popular adage dictates: where there’s a will, there’s a way. But substitute “mom” for “will” and you’ve got a formula for social change. Throughout history, devout and dynamic mothers have led the charge, winning hearts, votes and fundraising dollars for worthy causes with the help.
By Mary Ann Treger | Photography by Heather Crowder
Mary Petersen, Founder and President of CAFÉ (Center for the Advancement of Foodservice Education) and Paca Girlfriends Committee Member
What’s rule number one for a successful entrepreneur? Find a need and fill it. That’s exactly what Mary Petersen did in the food industry.
In 2002 she launched, CAFÉ, an organization that helps professional chefs stay connected. The company links the food.
Scientists May Develop a Single Pill to Treat High Blood Pressure
By Gay Jervey
Scientists in Great Britain have recently announced that they are on the threshold of developing the first effective single pill to combat high blood pressure. The team’s research, presented in the March 2017 journal Hypertension, found that the nitric oxide that regulates blood pressure is formed in nerves rather than in the walls of blood vessels,.
Recently we had a nasty stomach bug roll through our house. As these things go it started with one of the little people, then to me and then to our other little guy. It was a tough four-to-five-day span full of high fevers, vomit and, shall we say, digestion issues. Along with the boys I was extremely lethargic and unable to move around much. It’s times.
Have you been to the corner of Annapolis Street and Melvin recently? If not, visit soon. If you have, visit again because the offerings are always changing at Rutabaga Craft Juicery, a locally-owned craft juice bar and exceptional place to sip fresh, healthy juice, smoothies, kombucha and more.
Three to four pounds of produce go into a 16-ounce juice at Rutabaga, owned by Jim Heywood and Stacey.
By Mary Ann Treger | Photography courtesy of the Blue Angels
Ever wonder what these extraordinary pilots do to stay in shape mentally and physically? We asked them to share their nutrition and fitness regimes.On Nutrition
LCDR Joe Schwartz, Former Blue Angels Flight Surgeon
For most of us, our diet would be described as “paleo-light Mediterranean,” avoiding simple carbohydrates, “cheat days” and processed.
Hundreds of thousands of women a year have elective bilateral oophorectomy, the removal of both ovaries. But a ground-breaking study published in the May 2009 issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology reversed prevailing wisdom and said healthy women should hang on to their ovaries–the benefits they provide outweigh the risks they pose.
Pre- and post-menopausal ovaries make important hormones that help you stay healthy and live longer. Women.
Being out of shape and overweight can be stigmatizing. You’re reminded of it each day when you look in the mirror and put on clothes. Television and magazines pound unattainable images of good-looking fit people into our minds multiple times throughout the day. It’s no wonder it takes such a big mental and emotional toll on us. When these images end up being our ideal, we.