Month: October 2011

Grill For a Thrill; Healthy Suggestions for Tailgating With A Purpose

Grill For a Thrill; Healthy Suggestions for Tailgating With A Purpose

Contributed by Corbin Bourne Game day is in the air; you can smell it.  The taste of burgers and hot dogs on the grill overwhelms your palate.  There are cream dips lined on every plaid laden table across the parking lot, and well, you just […]

Coffee: Healthy—or Not?

Coffee: Healthy—or Not?

Contributed by Eddie Gregg Coffee—the liquid energy booster that helps us wake up in the morning and make it through the day. We drink it at home, on the go, and at work. In fact, coffee is so popular all over the planet that after […]

Crystal Bridges Museum: Broadening the Culture of NWA

Crystal Bridges Museum: Broadening the Culture of NWA

Contributed by Zoe Calkins November 11th: the day the Mayflower Compact was signed, the day the state of Washington was admitted as the 42nd state of the United States, the day U.S. Route 66 was established, the day now recognized as Veterans Day. What other […]

Dr. Tim Cavell on the Mental Strategies of Running

Dr. Tim Cavell on the Mental Strategies of Running

Re-shared from Sports Talk – The High School Show. www.thehighschoolshow.com   Sportstalk The High School Show caught up with University of Arkansas professor Dr. Tim Cavell and asked him about the psychological side of distance running. THSS: Unlike most other high school sports in which play […]

Scoliosis Treatment in NWA

Scoliosis Treatment in NWA

Contributed by Janet Sampier              Scoliosis is a disease of the neuro-muscular skeletal system that causes a severe curvature of the spine, usually accompanied by forward head posture, head tilt, uneven shoulders and an unleveling of the hips.  Scoliosis is prevalent in at least 4.5% […]