For years, we have been hearing and reading about the health benefits of daily exercise and nutritious eating. If we eat right and exercise, we will have a better quality of life in that we will have stronger, healthier hearts, lungs and joints. But are you aware that exercise and smart nutrition
Whether the topic is education or exercise, core content and core activities tie everything together. In education, core content includes the specific information upon which the course is based. Students are expected, at the very least, to demonstrate mastery of the core content. In exercise, core
Get fit at the most beautiful fitness centers in the state for a chance to win prizes.
Indiana State Parks will again offer the popular annual Fitness Challenge.
The challenge encourages visitors to walk, run, bike, paddle or swim at least 25 miles, or ride on horseback 100 miles, by November 30
Daylight saving time began last Sunday, March 12 at 2 a.m. Hoosiers are also encouraged to incorporate changing their smoke alarm batteries when changing their clocks.
State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson regards this time of year as a reminder to check smoke alarms. Smoke alarm batteries should be changed
We are all of us beginners in some aspects of life and quite advanced in others. With respect to useful knowledge in a specific subject area or meaningful practical expertise as related to a specific skill or competency, most of us could accurately assess our particular level of ability. But when
A Fort Wayne treasure that aids children and adults with disabilities has a vital Waynedale connection.
The Turnstone Center, which opened in 1943, was originally a school for children and adults with disabilities. In fact, its original mission was “to provide therapeutic, educational, wellness
Legendary Coach Frank Beamer will be the highlighted speaker at Jason Baker’s Pro Football Mini-Camp coaches clinic March 18 at Wayne High School in Fort Wayne.
The coaches clinic, which is for area athletic coaches at all levels, is an opportunity for coaches to learn techniques, practice-planning
“Forty years seems like nothing,” said long-time coach Herb Widner. “I have a buddy that has been coaching for 50.”
Widner sat in his office where he tutors students at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School trying to downplay the honor of recently being recognized at the Indiana Association
Medications play an expanding role in healthcare, so it is important to learn the benefits of medications, both prescription and non-prescription, while minimizing and managing the risks. As we grow older, we are more likely to develop chronic illnesses and appropriate medications can help us live
Wayne High School announces the Wayne Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2016-17 to honor former student athletes, coaches, contributors and teams who helped build a tradition of athletic and academic excellence that continues at Wayne High School. The 2016-17 Hall of Fame Induction ceremony was held
Do you have frequent neck, shoulder or back pain? You may have a recently identified condition called “text neck.” The repetitive strain injury occurs when you spend considerable time looking down at your phone. Since 72 percent of Americans own smartphones, according to Pew Research Center
Are you overwhelmed providing care for someone with Alzheimer’s or other dementia? All of us need a break sometimes. That need is even more critical if we are responsible for providing care for another person.
Respite care, whether in-home or at an adult day center, gives the caregiver time to work
Shelby Gruss, who as a Senior played on the 2010 Girls Basketball STATE RUNNER-UP BASKETBALL TEAM, has just been chosen to play on the 2017 U. S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball National Team, following a 3-day selection (tryout) camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Their
For too long, the many who walk or bike along Bluffton Road have been in danger of becoming injured in an auto accident on the high-traffic thruway. But come this spring, Waynedale will begin its transition to a safer and better connected pedestrian travel than ever before.
As part of an expansion
It’s the beginning of a new year; a clean slate with a fresh new calendar just waiting to be filled with productive and meaningful activities. This year, instead of proclaiming all the things you aren’t going to do any more, choose something that you will do to help others and yourself at the
At various times, all of us are occupied to a greater or lesser extent with activities of daily living that require physical exertion. If we live in a suburb, when we’ve completed our shopping at the local mall we place filled grocery bags into the trunks of our cars and haul them out of those trunks
As winter settles in, NIPSCO reminds customers of the importance of maintaining a safe home heating system. Furnace inspections and carbon monoxide detectors help keep homes safe and warm.
An annual inspection is essential for every home’s furnace to ensure that it is working efficiently and to help
Every motorist has the responsibility to be safe. Safe driving includes behaviors while operating a vehicle as well as properly maintaining a safe vehicle and knowing what to do in an emergency.
Because highways can be dangerous for pedestrians, motorists involved in crashes and breakdowns need to
During the year-end holidays, people are often busy, excited and sometimes a little bit careless. The following holiday crime prevention tips can be the difference in not being a victim of a crime.
AT HOME·Be extra cautious about locking doors and windows when you leave your house or apartment
Plato’s Ideas were perfect templates, of which everything we perceive are tangible representations. But the Ideas were not to be found in the world around us. Rather, they were conceptions of rational thought, transcendental objects of knowledge existing in a realm beyond our own. And yet, Plato’s
The community is invited to give blood in honor of Brady Prosser at a special American Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, November 23, from noon to 6 p.m., at DeKalb Middle School.
Brady, a seventh grader at DeKalb Middle School, was severely burned while mowing lawn. He accidentally mowed over a
Most of us have experienced a painful bout of low back pain brought on by a seemingly innocuous movement such as bending over to pick up a pencil or a dropped set of keys. These painful episodes may last a couple of days or be more severe and last more than a week. We’re left wondering, “What
As with much in life that we take for granted, we are not usually concerned with the mechanisms of how our bodies work and how they do what they do. Such knowledge is not required for use of these magnificent machines that have been freely given to us. But just as a wise consumer will care for her
We’re all familiar with the highway driving experience of being behind a person who is continually braking for no apparent reason. This is especially problematic if you’re in the left-hand lane. You’re zipping along at the posted speed limit and suddenly the brake lights of the car in front
The 201st Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, an organization of adults and youth federally chartered to provide emergency services, aerospace education and cadet programs has purchased more than three thousand wristbands that parents will be able to write their phone number on and place on