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Drop the excuses: How to overcome top barriers to exercise

Drop the excuses: How to overcome top barriers to exercise

MAYO CLINIC NEWS NETWORK TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Sticking to a regular exercise schedule isn’t easy. After all, there are plenty of potential hindrances — time, boredom, injuries, self-confidence. But these issues don’t need to stand in your way. Darcy Reber, nurse practitioner at Mayo Clinic Health System in Cannon Falls, shares practical strategies for overcoming […]

A super snack with POP

A super snack with POP

From Family Features Make your next friendly gathering a popping success with desserts and snacks made from a wholesome simple grain. Not only does popcorn bring out the kid in everyone, it’s a naturally healthy treat you can feel good about serving your guests. And, because it’s naturally low in fat and calories, non-GMO and […]

How to get the best back-to-school deals

How to get the best back-to-school deals

Coupons, loss-leaders can help parents save on supplies, clothing BY GREGORY KARP CHICAGO TRIBUNE/TNS Back-to-school is the second-biggest shopping event of the year for retailers, but paying full retail prices in the typical “mall haul” is for suckers, say expert shoppers and cheapskates. Americans will spend $68 billion during this year’s back-to-school season, including back-to-college, […]

New Katrina book gives honest look at devastation, disparities

New Katrina book gives honest look at devastation, disparities

BOOK REVIEW:  Review of “Katrina:  After the Flood” by Gary Rivlin. Simon & Schuster.  450 pp.  $27. BY DR. GLENN ALTSCHULER SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER Appearing on “The Oprah Winfrey Show’’ a week after New Orleans was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, Mayor Ray Nagin gave his host a tour of the Superdome. Assaulted by […]

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