5 Habits to Improve Your Metabolism

Kylene Frost, RD, LD Hy-Vee Registered Dietitian Metabolism is a word we hear often.  But do we actually know what it does and how to take care of our own?  The human body is truly amazing. Our body can take the food we eat and the beverages we drink and give us energy.  Our bodies... Continue Reading →


5 Benefits of Summer Dance Camps

By Stephanie Heston and Alexander Smirnov, Kansas Ballet Company   Are you one of those parents who is frantically looking for something for your child to do during summer vacation? Have you thought about sending them to Summer Dance Camp? It can be a great opportunity for your kids! Here are 5 benefits of Summer Dance... Continue Reading →

Topeka mourns a special health care leader

Midland Care Vice President of Compliance Harmony Hines died in mid-February at the age of 54, following a long battle with cancer. Harmony had of life full of service and of caring. She epitomized her name. She graduated from Washburn University School of Nursing in 1987, with jobs at Memorial Hospital and then the Menninger... Continue Reading →

New Health & Wellness Info at the Library – Mar. 2018

By Lissa Staley   Fulfill your prescription for information at the library’s Health Information Neighborhood, where wellness knowledge is at your fingertips. Tears of Salt: a doctor's story by Pietro Bartolo Health Information Neighborhood 610.92 BAR Situated more than one hundred miles off Italy's southern coast, the rocky island of Lampedusa has hit world headlines... Continue Reading →

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