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5 Ways to Keep Your Workout Cool This Summer
03 May 2019
With sizzling temperatures and endless distractions, summer can be one of the hardest times to stay motivated. But the benefits of exercise — weight loss, increased energy, improved immune system, better health — are the same for every season, even when you’re faced with the heat of summer
Here are some tips from personal trainer, Yanique, to help you stay cool while working out this summer:
Take…

Overwhelmed. Too many projects. Too many tasks. Not enough time. These challenges put us outside of our comfort zone, and we have to find a way to work through

We're hosting a marketplace, with a number of pop-up shops. If you are interested in being a vendor, apply today with the name of your business, logo and website or social media links.
Plenaries and Workshops
Participate in featured panels and workshops that will center on how to better focus on individual and communal self-care, collaborative economics and political organization; to foster accelerated restoration and a holistic well-being for all in our community.

Being real with God about your temptations and transgressions will benefit you greatly.

BROCCOLI, Brussel sprouts and cauliflower may all contain a cancer-busting compound, scientists say. The cruciferous veg all contain a chemical which can slow the growth of cancerous tumours. Scien…

Available on iTunes here: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fight-with-teddy-atlas/id1450847408?mt=2 Also available wherever else you get your podcas...

Nearly a decade in the making, New York City is set to get a new radiation treatment center that uses proton beams to treat cancerous tumors.

Our Artistic Director Theresa Heskins takes us on a guided tour around New York's New Victory Theater on opening night of #AroundTheWorldIn80Days.

Health, wellness and disease start in the places where we live, work, play, pray and age.

We are thrilled to announce that the 2019-2021 Beat the Odds® Scholarship Program Application is now open for current high school sophomores. The Beat...

Around 15% of girls begin menstruation by age 7. The challenges of puberty can rock anybody, but being the first of your friends to go through it can be especially stressful. Good parenting helps.

Electric Creative Director Mark Woolley took Electric Sessions across the pond in 2019, heading back to Atlanta, GA & hosting the first ever event in Chicago,…

The more you desire God's Word, the more knowledge and strength you will have against temptation.

Posted on May 16, 2019
The Blue Island Public Library Board of Trustees is seeking a professional, dynamic and enthusiastic new leader. Historic Blue Island is home to beautiful architecture and dedicated community members committed to Blue Island who value library services. Blue Island boasts an updated and engaged Chamber of Commerce and a growing local artistsâ community including community gardens and BIOS farm. The library…

Fentanyl and other opioids are involved in nearly three-fourths of fatal cocaine overdoses.

The libraries, made from trees that had to be cut down because of an emerald ash borer infestation, will be stocked with gently-used quality books for adults and children to borrow beginning Saturday.

Spend your Memorial Day Saturday (May 25th) with Staten Island Arts and Cinema Connex at 50/50 Skatepark for Wheels, Wheels, Wheels, a day-long film festival dedicated to the Wheel - from skate culture (here and abroad) to motorcycles to world-renowned DJ Bobbito Garcia's Wheels of Steel. Enjoy local food and merchant vendors, short films curated by Mitchell Lovell, music spun by DJ Mike Diexverse, Bobbito's feature…

As part of the Postal Connections® system, one of our top priorities is the entrepreneurial success and satisfaction of our franchisees. We do everything in our power to ensure that each franchisee with Postal Connections® has access to the tools necessary to live out their dreams of business ownership to the fullest. To this point, … Continued

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If your back aches while on the job, you have plenty of company: New research shows that nearly 40 million American workers suffer from chronic lower back pain.

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Exposure to controversial and commonly used herbicide glyphosate has been linked to the development of liver disease in humans, a new study has revealed. The ingredient was previously linked to liv…

Could you -- or your teenage daughter -- have an iron deficiency and not know it? If you're getting enough sleep, but still feel tired, running low on iron could be the problem.

A new research by the University of Massachusetts Amherst which has been published in the Sleep Health journal has found that preschoolers who watch television sleep less than those preschoolers who do not watch TV. This study has also found that a whooping 36% of preschoolers have a television in their bedroom and of these, …

As parents, we go to great lengths to finesse (and stick to) our bedtime routine. But there’s one critical part of the ritual we’re slowing phasing out: lullabies. According to a recent YouGov...

NNPA NEWSWIRE — To commemorate the 400-year anniversary of the first enslaved Africans’ arrival in the United States, NAACP leaders, activists and entertainers will travel from Jamestown, Virginia, to Jamestown, Accra, as part of Ghana’s “Year of Return” initiative. Jamestown to Jamestown represents one of the most powerful moments in the history of the Black Experience.

CHICAGO — Library workers are invited to apply for the American Library Association’s Great Stories Club series on Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT), a thematic reading and discussion program that engages underserved teens through literature-based library outreach programs and racial healing work.

When it comes to sugars in food, you're far better off having a bowl of blueberries than a granola bar, a nutritionist says.