Bryce Wylde, author of Brainspanners: What Have You Done for Your Brain Today?, discusses his prescription for Alzheimer’s prevention.
The good, bad, and ugly of this surreal school year.
Boost your Mind, Body and Spirit in 2021
THERE ARE 31 DAYS IN JANUARY, WHICH MEANS 31 OPPORTUNITIES TO ADOPT HEALTHY NEW HABITS THAT ARE SURE TO START YOUR NEW YEAR OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT.
OUT OF THE BLUE
AS THE PANDEMIC WEARS ON, EXPERTS WEIGH IN ON WAYS TO STAY POSITIVE.
Her Turn Now
Odette Ramos’ ascension as Baltimore’s first-ever Latinx City Council member did not come easily.
GAMECHANGER KWEISI MFUME
Politician, legislator, advocate
Four local chefs show us that plant-based cooking doesn't have to be dull.
CRACKING THE CODE
Here’s a guide to choosing the right school or camp for your child with learning differences.
“The editor at The Baltimore Guide called and said President Kennedy was coming from Washington to give a speech at the armory,” recalls Tom Scilipoti. “He said he was flying in by helicopter and was going to land at Patterson Park and asked if I’d be interested in shooting it. I said, ‘Hell, yeah.’”
Boys To Men
Twenty years after their Super Bowl win, the 2000 Ravens are still talking about what it all means.
The old backpacker’s adage is that the lightest gear is what you carry between your ears: your brain. Ultralight gear often requires more know-how than traditional gear. Here’s how a Triple Crowner approaches her packing strategy.
A Moment in Time
The climb up Mauna Loa’s volcanically shifting landscape is never quite the same, no matter how many times you do it.
Beyond Organic: Buy Regenerative!
Improving soil health is an overlooked key for nutrient-dense food and a healthier planet. We can support farming that has this focus through the products we purchase.
7 Weight-Loss Healthy Diets
Keto or paleo? Vegan or mediterranean? And what about fasting? Here’s a look at some of today’s trendiest eating plans to help you pick the one that’s best for you.
9 Proven Benefits of Quercetin
Research shows that quercetin, a type of antioxidant found in plant foods such as leafy greens, berries, and broccoli, can help manage numerous health problems, from heart disease and blood vessel problems to allergies and chronic fatigue.
Organ Donations and Other Adventures at the DMV
Chrissy (all names have been changed) was brain dead. After the doctors made the brain death determination, someone from the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency met with her family and told them that she had elected to be an organ donor when she had gotten her driver’s license.
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Jacqueline Bisset's Sizzling Career
Now in her seventh decade as a film actress, British beauty Jacqueline Bisset first hit the big screen in the mid-1960s and was soon on her way to becoming a household name after dramatic roles later in the decade in films such as “Bullitt” with Steve McQueen.
WHEN TO BREAK UP WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN and How to Find One That's Right for You
YOUR PHYSICIAN is one of the most essential people in your life when it comes to your health.
Men Have Special Nutritional Needs, Too
As we age, our nutrition needs tend to get more specialized, depending on medi-cal history, family history, and physical activity level.
New Year Nutrition
Take on 2021 with a suitable, low-carb eating plan
Mauthausen Concentration Camp: Because Turning Away is Never an Option
Yes, of course, the four Central European capitals we visited on our Danube River Cruise with Grand Circle – Prague, Czech Republic, Vienna, Austria, Bratislava, Slovakia and Budapest, Hungary – overwhelmed with their impressive history, expansive promenades and architectural grandeur. But it was an experience in Linz in Upper Austria that most impacted me – a visit to the Mauthausen Concentration Camp, one of the first to be built and the last to be liberated.
Mary Cane: Gambler's daughter
Stories about pioneer Mary Cane are many; few are substantiated. Separating myth from fact is easier with ever growing digitized databases, but still many “facts” in the story of Mary Cane must be taken with grains of salt varying in size..
Domestic Abuse Battery Affects All Ages
Every day in court, dockets are being filled with do-mestic abuse battery cases.
Your Gift of a Little is More than Enough
It is possible to change the course of someone’s life with a small gesture of kindness.
Living In Gratitude
“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”—William Arthur Ward
This Moment in Time
As we move through these darker winter months let us remember that we are stronger than we think.
ONWARD, UPWARD & FORWARD
It’s time to set yourself free to move toward the life that is calling you.
One of the best things that you can develop today is your connection to the source of your own inner wisdom.
how to hit the reset button
When emotions are spiraling out of control, it’s time to go within and meditate.