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Family time: Do you know what you are missing out on?

July 27, 2015 In Grandma’s day, dinner hour was at 6 o’clock on the dot. You were at your place at the supper table with clean hands and face. You didn’t make your mother wait for you. more »»

GUEST COLUMN: Cutting through red tape to kick-start the economy

July 20, 2015 Recent economic indicators continue to confirm how disappointing our recovery from the 2007-2009 financial crisis has been. In fact, economists say it is the weakest recovery since World War II. more »»

Tobacco use related to a dozen cancers

July 20, 2015 Cancer. It seems we hear of someone in late stage cancer every day. They have horrible pain and just want it to stop. more »»

Weight management: Beating down obesity and getting healthy

July 13, 2015 Weight management is big business in the United States. more »»

Weight management: Beating down obesity and getting healthy

July 13, 2015 Weight management is big business in the United States. more »»

Caution: Heat- related illness is risky

June 22, 2015 Across the U.S. news headlines warn about heat-related illness: Greenville, SC: Man dies from heat-related illness, coroner says. more »»

Underage drinking rampant

June 18, 2015 Editor’s note:  National Prevention Week was held recently throughout the United States. more »»

Mental health: Make the stigma go away

June 15, 2015 “Chelsea” shared an essay at Facebook. It was written by a woman who was involved in an unhealthy relationship with a narcissistic man. more »»

The Wish: Preventing tobacco use

June 12, 2015 xxEditor’s note:  National Prevention Week was held recently throughout the United States. more »»

How bad can low risk drinking be?

June 8, 2015 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist “It’s Saturday night. I am going out and getting drunk.” For a non-drinker, that statement is a challenge to understand. more »»

Being mindful of mindfulness

June 1, 2015 In this fast-paced world in which we live there is so little time to think about anything in depth. But that is not in anyone’s best interests. more »»

I have to.... but first I have to procrastinate

May 28, 2015 Procrastination is an issue for a lot of people, perhaps moreso for those people, including adults, who live with ADD/ADHD (attention deficit disorder). more »»

The State of Mental Health and Aging

May 18, 2015 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) released a report about The State of Mental Health and Aging. more »»

The State of Mental Health and Aging

May 18, 2015 The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) released a report about The State of Mental Health and Aging. The report states that depression and anxiety affect the older population. more »»

May is Older Americans Month — A look at those ‘golden years’

May 11, 2015 You may have figured out that you spend a lifetime planning for retirement and things may not turn out quite the way you had hoped they would and you have to adjust to the realities of daily livi. more »»

May: B4Stage4

May 4, 2015 May is Mental Health Month. This year it’s all about wellness, B4Stage. more »»

Driving? Please put down your phone

April 27, 2015 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist As Distracted Driving Awareness Month winds down, the message is one for year-round awareness. more »»

Adultitis epidemic

April 20, 2015 If you ever have been advised to nurture the little child within, you might have no trouble at all following this article. This week an email arrived in the old inbo. more »»

Getting ahead: Looking at a county resource

April 13, 2015 There are problems in this county, some more challenging, more difficult to overcome. And there are people, programs and resources to help combat those problems. more »»

Episodal poverty is very common

April 6, 2015 What is poverty? It has been said, “There is no disgrace in being poor but it is very inconvenient.” And, “Money doesn’t buy happiness but it does make misery easier to bear. more »»

 
 

 

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