October 22, 2017 - Sunday

Protect Your Pet During Winter and Cold Weather

Follow our tips to keep cats, dogs and horses safe and comfortable Pets are happiest and healthiest when kept indoors, especially during extreme cold snaps. In many areas, winter is a season of bitter cold and numbing wetness. Make sure your four- footed family members stay safe and warm by following these simple guidelines:a Keep pets indoors The best prescription …

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Making a Difference in Children’s Lives Through Dance

Making a Difference in Children’s Lives Through Dance

Jody Phillips, owner of Jody Phillips Dance Company (JPDC), has been recognized both locally and nationally for her excellence in teaching dance and for her choreography. For over 38 years, Jody has focused on developing confidence, character, self-esteem, respect and discipline through the art of dance. Teacher of the Year Award Jody was awarded the prestigious “Teacher of the Year” …

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How to Best Develop Skills for Success in Young Minds

How to Best Develop Skills for Success in Young Minds

By Rachel Lewis As a parent, it is wise to ensure that your children develop skills that will help them succeed in all aspects of life—from school up to the time when they start working. Learning soft skills should start at home and continue through students schooling. Unfortunately, soft skills are often left out due to time constraints on both …

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8th Annual Tweak the Treat A “TCOY Wellness” Post-Halloween Event

8th Annual Tweak the Treat

Sunday, November 6, 2016 By Lucy DelSarto, WellnessCoach & Life Enthusiast How sweet it is! This is not a reference to your taste buds, I’m talking about your ability to bring smiles to people you will never meet just by the simple act of caring enough to share. Halloween has become one of the year’s biggest holidays for candy sales. …

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Family Thanksgiving Activities

Family Thanksgiving

By iMOM.com Over 200 years ago, after much thought and prayer, fully knowing their lives would be at risk, the great men of our country issued a declaration for independence. The result was the opportunity for us to enjoy a freedom that has allowed our country to prosper as no other country before it. We have so much for which …

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Proclamation of Thanksgiving

Proclamation of Thanksgiving

Washington, D.C. October 3, 1863 By the President of the United States of America. A Proclamation. The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, …

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Three Keys to Weight Loss Success

Medi-Weightloss® starts with real food for real results.

Medi-Weightloss® starts with real food for real results. Sherry met a friend for lunch and ordered her favorite, a classic Cobb salad with chicken, bacon, chopped hard-boiled eggs, avocado and blue cheese. She thought about her colleague back at the office having a pre-packaged diet meal, which consisted of a bowl of chicken soup. Did she feel guilty? Not for …

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The HydraFacial MD® Arrives in Legends, Kansas City

The HydraFacial MD® Arrives in Legends, Kansas City

KMC Dermatology & Med Spa is pleased to announce the arrival of the HydraFacial MD® at their Legends location, 10940 Parallel Pkwy, Ste. M, Kansas City, Kansas. Winner of New Beauty’s 2015 Best in Office Treatment, this innovative treatment provides results after just one visit. Dr. Shekhar Challa, M.D. is excited to add such a widely requested and effective treatment …

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What Happens After Rehabilitation?

What Happens After Rehabilitation?

Asking the right questions for your recovery When preparing for rehabilitation, it’s important to ask your provider about the experience of the team, the availability of medical professionals, and their overall approach to care. But what happens once your stay is complete? What questions should you ask to ensure your continued recovery? Tallgrass Creek is a continuing care retirement community …

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The Health & Wellmobile WANTS YOUR BUSINESS!

The Health & Wellmobile WANTS YOUR BUSINESS!

Now accepting Sponsor Partners for 2017! Your business can be part of providing basic Health Screenings, Scans and Education Where Consumers Work, Live and Play By Elizabeth Kelley The Health & Wellmobile, made possible by several local sponsor partners, is a massive consumer health education and wellness screening program designed to promote healthier living among local community residents while providing …

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Celebrating Survivorship and Paying Meaningful Tributes To Loved Ones Lost Significant progress in the fight against breast cancer has been made in recent years, but more work needs to be done. Breast cancer remains the most common cancer diagnosed in women in the United States other than skin cancer, and is the second-leading cause of cancer death after lung cancer. …

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Your Headache Could be Caused by TMD: Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

Your Headache Could be Caused by TMD:

Center for TMJ and Sleep Apnea Headaches can be alarming. Especially if they occur frequently. Often times our thoughts immediately go to “brain tumor” or some other brain malfunction. Although that is certainly a possibility, it may be your temporomandibular joint that is causing the pain. The TM joints are made up of the temporal bone of the skull (T) …

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OVERRUN Ovarian Cancer

OVERRUN Ovarian Cancer

For most of us, the number five holds random and sporadic significance. It may be the number of fingers and toes we count on each hand and foot when our children are born, or a celebratory high five for a job well done. But for Kristin Banker, the number five has taken on a whole new meaning in her battle …

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“Keep Fighting” Against Breast Cancer

“Keep Fighting” Against Breast Cancer

Local Pop Artist Donates 50% of “Keep Fighting” iTunes sales during October to Susan G. Komen Kansas City pop artist Nate Evans has partnered with the Susan G. Komen Greater Kansas City organization and will be donating 50% of his album sales on iTunes through October 31st. His most recent single and music video “Keep Fighting” showcases the will to …

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Tips for Handling Conflict

Tips for Handling Conflict

By Rachel Lewis As the leaves change in the flush of the fall season, now is a great time to think about turning over a new leaf. Although October is most widely recognized as breast cancer awareness month, it is also the month to focus on self-improvement. There are several areas that teens can work on self-improvement with the most …

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