Dr. Mimi Secor has been a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner, specializing in Women’s Health, for over 40 years. She is a popular National Speaker and Consultant, educating advanced practice clinicians and consumers around the country and the world. Dr. Mimi is also a fitness and health advocate, and is passionate about helping women to lose weight and feel great.
Along with the fall season comes a range of outdoor chores for homeowners nationwide, from clearing trees and branches after wicked weather strikes to gathering autumn leaves. Here are a few things to consider as you go about fueling your chainsaws, leaf blowers and other lawn care equipment:
The calendar pages may be turning fast, but it’s not too late to do some work around the house. Now is the time to wrap up home improvement projects before the weather turns too cold.
There isn’t a better time than now to start getting fit with health information and products so easily accessible. Simply incorporate the basics into your daily routine – good nutrition, adequate exercise and a daily supplement – and start down the path toward better health.
This “BOMBSHELL” turned 80 years old the first week of September, and still her stage name brings an image of feminine attractiveness to so many folks of all ages, and especially to men who were about 14 to 40, and probably older, in 1966.
America’s nurses are on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus, providing safe, quality, compassionate and nondiscriminatory care to those they serve, many of whom are doing so at significant risk to their own wellbeing.
COVID-19 continues to disrupt businesses all over the world. Supply chain interruptions and a generalized slow down of transport and shipping have become the norm since COVID has wreaked havoc on the globe.
After months of business closures to various degrees due to the COVID-19 crisis, as well as a few steps back as Texas attempted to resume its usual activities, the state is now largely reopened. This decision is excellent for the economic health of our state, but what does it mean for the physical health of the state? That is a question plaguing the minds of many residents and lawmakers alike. Simply stated: is the benefit worth the risk?
I have never been a great fan of shopping at North- Park Center (Mall), but I always managed somehow to find myself there six or eight times per year, especially after I married Vivian, who always liked going there to shop and browse and eat. And, for the most part, our children enjoyed going there, especially after they became old enough to venture (not too far) away from Mom and Dad and explore their own interests and at their own paces!
Spending time in and around water is a favorite pastime for adults and children. Swimming, boating, running through sprinklers, and soaking in a nice warm tub can be great ways to relax and have fun.
Photos Courtesy of Jim Klenke and Larry Golden
I received the above text not too long ago after the tornadoes had hit “southeastern” Texas near Lake Livingston. Randy and Cathy Stewart were leaving the next morning to join a large group of “Texas Baptist Men” volunteers to help clean up, repair, and give encouragement to the folks in the paths of the tornadoes, and many of them had “total” losses!
Two things have remained constant through the COVID – 19 pandemic. Students are being taught virtually by their teachers, and cafeteria workers are preparing food for students each day.
The ODYSSEY BEGINS!
After a diligent interview process, the City of Forney is excited to announce the hiring of Derek Briggs as the next Fire Chief. Briggs will be leaving his position as EMS Division Chief for the Abilene Fire Department and is expected to join the Forney Fire Department on June 1, 2020.