MUSIC MOVES The Nanny McPhee Effect
"There is something you should understand about the way I work. When you need me but do not want me, then I must stay. When you want me but no longer need me, then I have to go. It's rather sad, reall... Posted on 10/8/13 at 10:14 AM
THE NEW FORTY It isn't really the art at all...it's the artist.
My daughter Sarah and I spent the evening at a Coaster & Clipboard Frame Workshop at The Studio in downtown Fargo. The workshop was hosted by Kristine Wallin the gifted woman behind Bipolart. Kris... Posted on 3/7/13 at 10:18 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY "Real Food" vs Processed Food - Areavoices Digest #89
So as I sat the other day spraying cheese in a can on my snack crackers, I began to think "Can this be real cheese?"
Well the answer is "probably not." First clue: any cheese that's spelled with a "z... Posted on 9/19/12 at 1:16 PM
Since February 2009, the staff at Westfields Hospital has gained three more pairs of helping hands -- and paws. Every month, three devoted dogs and their handlers volunteer as part of the hospital's dog therapy program, which was launched by social worker and dog-lover Suzanne Ballantyne.
The National Institutes of Health estimates that 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, which can range in severity from snoring and restlessness, to reflux (food returning to the throat from the stomach), to sleep apnea, an abnormal pause in breathing.
As a real estate paralegal, Wayne Young spends most of his day reading — intensely. Since starting last year at The German Law Group in Grand Forks, he began experiencing eye strain, blurred vision and headaches. He sought help from Grand Forks optometrist David Bieberdorf.
When people think about optometry, they think about vision clarity and focus, said David Bieberdorf, Grand Forks optometrist, not necessarily the complex interaction that goes on between the eye and the brain.
“Chemo brain,” a term describing the forgetfulness and cognitive fog that breast-cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy experience,may have more to do with the stress and fatigue caused by the disease, a study suggests.
“Music truly is the universal language,” said music therapist Anna Driscoll. “Whether or not we have the ability to communicate in the first place, music has the ability to bridge the gap. Music is able to express feelings we can’t ourselves.”
‘Voices of Hope’ draws from the lives of abused kids “The Journey of Mouse” and two dozen other stories written and collected by Marita Rademeyer, social worker Edith Kriel and Kriel’s mother Else Rohrs, a retired school teacher, have been compiled into a new book, “Voices of Hope.
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