Toledoans are resilient. We aren’t strangers to struggle, and we face challenges head-on. With face masks in low supply, local artists, moms, designers and seamstresses stepped up and began sewing, donating, and selling face masks for those in need. Buying local is more important now than ever, so if you’re looking for face masks as
People unfamiliar with yoga may have the impression that the activity presents impossibly hard poses, or easy, passive stretches on the floor. In fact, yoga runs the whole gamut— from a gentle, restorative practice to fast-moving, powerful exercise. Doctors frequently suggest to patients that they start a yoga practice for the health benefits, including lowered
Almost 10 percent of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with cancer, along with countless other lives having been affected by the disease. Linda Waters, local Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Supervisor, and doctoral candidate at the University of Toledo, explains, “People are living with cancer a lot longer because treatment is much better, and
Tessa’s primary care physician advised her to take melatonin to help with the sleep and wrote her prescriptions for the other ailments. Tessa confesses, “I would take 12 melatonin pills, plus all my other meds that I’m on, and I still couldn’t sleep. There were days when I had to go home early because I was afraid it wouldn’t be safe for me (to wait any longer) to drive [from exhaustion].”
Decorating for the holidays doesn’t need to be time-consuming and expensive. Affordable and eye-catching decorations can be made using everyday materials while drawing inspiration from our surroundings.