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Protect Yourself

Protect Yourself

Wills and the other facets of estate planning force people to consider the idea of death, and prenups make them tackle the possibility of divorce. Neither issue is pleasant, but preparing for them with legal documents provides undeniable protection as well as blessed peace of mind.

December 2016
Forget About Other Areas & Go Local

Forget About Other Areas & Go Local

You don’t have to go beyond the borders of
Central Pennsylvania to find great merchandise for every person on your gift list. Whether you’re seeking baubles or nibbles, furnishings or finery, you’ll never have to go far to get exceptional deals on unique, fun, tasteful and elegant novelties. Not interested in traveling from your home or office? 
You’re in luck. Many neighborhood artisans, craftspeople 
and entrepreneurs have set up online stores. 
It’s never been more convenient to support your community without compromising on quality or diversity.

November 2016
Food Truck Takeover

Food Truck Takeover

The standard fast-food restaurants may not be fast enough anymore compared to the convenience of walking up to a food truck and getting your meal made-to-order. And the freshness and originality of these trucks are sure to beat out your typical double cheeseburger and fries from a dollar menu at a drive through.

November 2016
FoodSmiths

FoodSmiths

When the work day is over, most of us turn off the part of our brains that handle our daily work tasks and don’t think about it again until the next morning. For chefs, this is not the case since food is a constant in all of our lives. So what do the exhausted head chefs of some of the midstate’s favorite eateries cook at home? Do they cook at all outside of the restaurant? How did they get their start in the culinary industry, what is their favorite food memory and do the chefs have a sweet tooth?

November 2016
S.A.G.E

S.A.G.E

The phrase can mean many things to many people, but to this year’s Savvy, Active, Growing, Enlightened honorees, it means seeing a need and addressing it. They seek peace in their own communities, striving to build bridges that help others emerge from hardship, get healthy, express their creativity and understand the world around them and its people.

November 2016
Knowing the Person, Not the Disease

Knowing the Person, Not the Disease

t’s not easy watching a loved one grow older, but that process is exacerbated when that family member has dementia. There are often misconceptions about dementia and its close relative, Alzheimer’s disease. Knowing the facts facilitates the transition into an assisted-living facility, such as Brookdale Senior Living of Harrisburg. It allows family members to still be a part of a loved one’s life, without the pressure of caregiving alone.

November 2016
The Pain of Depression

The Pain of Depression

According to the World Health Organization, about one in five women and one in 10 men are affected by depression – that’s about 350 million people of all ages across the planet – and it is now regarded as the leading cause of disability worldwide and a major contributor to the overall global burden of disease.

October 2016
Medical All-Stars, Part 6

Medical All-Stars, Part 6

Dr. Irina Veytsman studied medicine in Russia, but with the collapse of the Soviet Union, her career goals became “basically impossible.” She and her husband, a fellow medical student, came to the U.S., “and that was the best choice.” Her path took her to do research as a visiting scholar at Yale University and then to a residency at University of Connecticut School of Medicine, where she started research in the hematology/oncology field.

October 2016
Medical All-Stars, Part 5

Medical All-Stars, Part 5

Dr. James McInerney is an all-star for taking medicine to new frontiers. Among the procedures he performs is Deep Brain Stimulation, a technique that implants a device regulating the effects of such conditions as Parkinson’s, epilepsy and even OCD.

October 2016
Medical All-Stars, Part 4

Medical All-Stars, Part 4

Dr. Zakiyah Kadry studied and taught transplantation at the University of Pittsburgh, under transplant pioneer Dr. Thomas Starzl. Since joining Hershey Medical Center and its new liver-transplant program in 2005, she and two other transplant surgeons have built a multidisciplinary team performing liver, pancreas and kidney transplants.

October 2016
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