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High-fat diets not risky for endurance athletes
Athletes are always looking for a competitive edge in their diet but have to contend with potential negative health consequences, including increased fat storage and increased risk of coronary artery disease.
Higher fat and carbohydrate diets in particular are front and center in the athletic marketplace, but one wonders whether these diets pose additional risk to endurance athletes.
Medical homes matter for kids
“The lion ate him!” the two-year-old boy exclaimed to his father.
The father smiled and said, “Yes, that’s what happened in the story we read last night.”
Young children often say things that are out of context which leaves most adults befuddled as to what a child is talking about. The only adults that will understand are those who have spent time with the child and can fill in the context.
Pets of the Week
This week’s cat is China, a 5-year-old spayed female. This week’s dog is Shilo, a 2-year-old female Labrador mix.
Lancaster Grand Theatre announces 2014-15 season
The Lancaster Grand Theatre’s 2014-15 season offers a “sparkling array of nationally and internationally-known popular entertainers,” said Debra Hoskins its executive director.
The restored historic venue at 117 Lexington St. in Lancaster is no more than 30 minutes from Richmond or Berea, Hoskins said. “We’re always happy to have our Madison County neighbors visit us,” she said.
Ready for takeoff
Campers learned how to use a controller that on the left side operates the copter’s throttle (up and down) and rudder (pivot). The right side of the controller operates the copter’s elevator (forward or backward) and aileron (slide left to right).
'Art just for art's sake'
In addition to molding clay, developing film and painting pictures, children in the Berea Summer Arts Camp are learning to express themselves in a healthy way, Jennifer Bellando, artist and painting teacher, said Wednesday.
Madison County ‘radio hams’ in national deployment
Madison County “hams” will join thousands of amateur radio operators around the country this weekend in showing off their emergency capabilities.
Neighbor’s dog breaks out
Free will is an amazing thing. It’s defined as the power of acting without the constraint of necessity or fate, the ability to act at one’s own discretion, the ability to make a decision and act upon it.
Shape-note learners group starts Sunday
A new shape-note learners group will conduct its first meeting 3 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the Central Bank community room, 350 W. Main St., Richmond.
Lush gardens, creative art on display Saturday
The creativity of local artists will be on display Saturday in some of Richmond’s most lush and elaborate residential gardens.
The annual Art in the Garden Tour sponsored the Richmond Area Arts Council, the Richmond Garden Club and the Riley Oil Company will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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