UC STUDENTS LIVING THE DREAM!
The Union City Rotary Club met on March 19th and worked on making “Tug Toys” from old T-shirts for the PAWS animal shelter. UC Rotary is now meeting just twice per month on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. The first meeting is a normal Rotary meeting while the second on of the month will be a s…
Reagan Hoggatt, a senior at Union City Jr.-Sr. High School, signed a letter of intent Monday to attend DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind, where she will become a member of its cross country and track teams beginning in the fall of 2019.
(NAPSI)—If putting all your financial information online and in one place sounds like a good idea, there are many companies—often called data aggregators—ready to help you organize your financial life. However, before you share your account information and other sensitive financial details w…
(NAPSI)—A recent survey, conducted by New York Life, found that 72 percent of parents identify debt reduction as a top financial priority. That number is even higher for millennial parents, with 80 percent planning to focus on debt reduction this year.
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As cliché as it may sound, it’s also a fact: Doing good is good for everyone. Altruism is beneficial to your mental health, physical well-being and sense of belonging. A recent study revealed that volunteering for as little as two hours every week can be instrumental to your health. The same study found that out of all the do-gooders who spent their free time helping others 93 percent reported an improved mood, 79 percent reported decreased stress levels and 88 percent felt a boost in their self-esteem.
For anyone considering a plant-based diet as part of a healthier lifestyle, you might want to hear what Sarah Goodenough has to say.
When you go to the dentist, the doctor isn’t just assessing your teeth. The health of your mouth can be an indicator of larger, more serious issues. In fact, studies have proven a link exists between oral health and cardiovascular disease and increased risk of stroke.
Rebecca Williamson, a registered dietitian at IRMC, has spent much of her career making sure folks eat so their hearts are healthier. As with most things in life, moderation is the key. But there’s more to keep in mind.