Daily Archives : June 1, 2019

A Delicious Legacy

“I was first involved with working at Utz when I was 11 years old,” Mike Rice, COB of Utz Quality Foods, recalls.  It was September of 1953, during potato storage season. One evening after family dinner, Mike said that his…

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How Women Can Earn a College Degree — without Sacrificing Family, Compromising Their Job, or Going Broke

So you’d like to further your education, but with a job and a family, you don’t know where you’d find time for the commute and classes, let alone to study? Even if you could, there are the ever-increasing costs for…

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More Men Inquiring about Their Testosterone Levels

You may have seen the television commercials that tell men they may have low testosterone, or low T, if they are feeling tired or have a low sex drive.  As a result of this aggressive, direct-to-consumer television advertising, more men…

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Come Sail Away

By SANDRA GORDON Recently, I had the chance to leave my husband and hormonal teen daughters behind (darn!) and sail with a friend on the Rhine Getaway, one of Viking’s most popular river cruise itineraries. The plan? We’d sail on…

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Compounding Medications Making a Comeback

We frequently hear today about personalized practice of medicine. There are a few different definitions, but a general one might be: a medical model that separates people into different groups — with medical decisions, practices, interventions, and/or products tailored to…

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