It’s the time of year when neighborhood health clubs and gyms see another batch of fresh recruits.
After playing golf for 25 years, Darwin Hutchison decided he needed to see a doctor
Having the financial resources to care for elderly parents is an escalating problem for many Americans.
When Ruth Kinler of Redenta’s Garden made the decision to go 100 percent organic in 1992, she took a deep breath and “literally dumped 4500 dollars worth of inventory.”
Just as vitamins and minerals, flossing, cleaning, and brushing are daily disciplines, so there are spiritual routines that keep the soul alive and well.
The wind was cold and blustery as Cindy Pater Chasey and Maggie Riba prepared to embark on a grueling 26.2 mile run.
When I first heard about BODY Boot Camp, I called several friends who all quickly agreed to check it out with me.
The deadline is important because long-time East Dallas resident Bob Chilton has agreed to match that amount if the Y could raise it by the end of the year.
Merritt joined with two long-time Lakewood residents to open The Little Gym in Richardson in 1995.
Occupational therapist Lucy Aguirre-Kelly describes a scene familiar to her audience of breast cancer survivors: You’re in a hospital bed, clad in the standard-issue gown, weak, hooked up to monitors.
Kramp, a former Lake Highlands resident, was 31 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1994, a cancer that is now also present in her spine, lungs and lymph nodes.
England has been with the East Dallas YMCA professionally since 1981, but her relationship with the “Y” has deeper roots than that.