Tabata! 20 minutes to change your life!

If you do not know what Tabata is I’ll let you know.  Tabata was founded in Japan by Izumi Tabata. He conducted tests on two groups of athletes; comparing moderate high intensity training with high intensity interval training. Olympic athletes have used this method, as well as movie stars like Kyra Sedgwick.  It’s simple and [...]

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Radon Detection and Lung Cancer Prevention

Written by: Travis Dash, Pharmacist with Agnesian Health Care Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the breakdown of uranium within the soil and water. You can’t smell, see or taste radon and it may be an issue within your home. Breathing air that has high levels of radon over many years can [...]

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FAQ: Does exercise help relieve menstrual cramp pain?

Written by: Brita McCullough, M.D. A: Great question! The answer is yes, exercise can help to ease the pain of menstrual cramps in women. Exercise relieves cramps because it helps your body release beta-endorphins, which are internal opioids. Internal opioids are a substance produced in the brain that acts as a natural pain reliever for [...]

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Sleep Tips for the Summer

The weather is warm and the sun shines longer into the night. We are busy from one project or event to another. How do we get a good night’s sleep when it is hot and the sun is still shining. 1) Limit your exposure to light later at night. Wear sunglasses or invest in room [...]

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Golf – Want to be injury free with lower scores?

Golf is one of the higher injury-producing sports played in the United States. One would think hitting a little ball with a club wouldn’t cause that many injuries.  However, there is a tremendous amount of force traveling through the body to project that little bar further. Elbow injuries are the most common among amateur golfers, [...]

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Video Blog: What is Sin?

Most Christians believe that every person is a sinner – every one of us. Sure, people do bad things, sometimes. How do we know if those “bad things” are actually sins? Let’s hear more from Bishop Don about sin and how it affects us, every day. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1846). [...]

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Getting to Know Savant Syndrome: Part V

What is ‘autism?’ What is the relationship of savant syndrome to autism? The word “autism” has lost its specificity. With respect to children the term “autism” referred originally to a group of youngsters first described by Dr. Leo Kanner in 1943 to whom he attached the diagnosis of Early Infantile Autism. These were children who [...]

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