Daily Archives : May 1, 2016

Serving with a Passion

“What I cherish most about my upbringing is the respect and compassion for others that my parents instilled in me,” Col. Maureen Weigl said. It was their example of dedication and commitment to their family, church, and local community that…

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Ticked Off

With all the notable people and animals who call South-Central Pennsylvania home, the most unwelcome are deer ticks, dog ticks, and the occasional Rocky Mountain wood tick. Of the 14 different tick-borne diseases listed on the Center for Disease Control’s…

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Feeling Better with Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder that affects 1 to 4 percent of the population. Although anyone can get it, 80 to 90 percent of fibromyalgia sufferers are midlife women. Read on to learn more about this mysterious condition. The…

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It’s All in What You Eat

With spring in full swing, our gardens are blooming, and soon growers will be pulling in full harvests of fruits and vegetables. This is one of the most exciting times for restaurants, as chefs specializing in local, seasonable fare allow…

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The Business of Placing Women in Leadership

For years women have struggled against the “glass ceiling” or the “pink ghetto.” More women are graduating from college than men. Women flood the workforce. Why, then, are only about 19 percent in the C-suite? “Research has shown that women…

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