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It’s a bright, fall afternoon in downtown Georgetown and folks at The Williamson Museum are throwing a party. Pink balloons, cookies, lemonade. Out on the sidewalk, someone slips a knit “happy birthday” hat atop the head of a bronze statue — Three-Legged Willie, namesake of Williamson County.
While you may enjoy your new tie and itchy wool sweater from Aunt Ruth, your favorite gift during the holiday season was your new puppy or kitten. Whether this is your first pet or your fourth, it is important to know what to do to keep your new best friend healthy.
In this 21st century of high technology where everything is expected in a nanosecond, how do you avoid the pitfalls of overprocessed, pre-packaged and fast food most likely laden with pesticides, antibiotics and whatever other chemicals deemed safe for use in our foods?
Janelle Dietze has always been interested in nutrition, but having a morbidly obese roommate in college made her passionate about empowering people to improve their health through healthier eating.
On a day better suited for sailing than bicycle riding, heavy winds pushed 16 bikers into a low crouch. Heads down. Elbows in. Feet, calves and thighs pumping up and down. Calls of “car up” echoed down the line of riders pushing along Sparta Road.
For a common sense approach to changing your physical, financial and emotional health, “Should I Fire My Doctor: Eleven Essential Elements to Living WELL Aware,” by Patricia J. Sulak, M.D., is an easy-to-read book packed with the wisdom of the ages.
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