Even with school beginning, it’s still summer. Children will be excited to play with classmates and could spend more time outside, which is why we must remind them that is still hot outside. If you see signs of dry mouth, fatigue, muscle cramps, dry skin, drowsiness, or dizziness, there is a chance you are dehydrated.
New research gives some biological clues to why women may be more likely than men to develop Alzheimer’s disease and how this most common form of dementia varies by sex.
Dear Heloise: It irks me when a receptionist “blind transfers” me to a person in the company. The correct business etiquette: Place me on hold, find out if that person is in, and if the person is not, come back on the line and ask me if I’d like to leave a message.
Dear Annie: We have a son and daughter-in-law who live in Wisconsin, while we live more than 1,200 miles away in Florida. In early May, our son asked us if we could come up to Wisconsin in August to care for his girls (our grandkids) while he and our daughter-in-law spent a weekend in New Yo…
Salado Museum and College Park packs an impressive amount of history into a relatively small space. It’s a perfect fit for Salado, a small village also brimming with history and culture.
Dr. Alexander Corbett is starting this fall as the new Director of Orchestral Studies at Temple College. Corbett replaces Mary Fairlie, who retired in December 2018 after teaching at Temple College since 1996.
Calling all actors and actresses – auditions for “Eurydice,” a dinner theater show directed by Natasha Tolleson, will take place 7 p.m. Sept. 21-22 at the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center in Temple.
My family tries to visit SeaWorld or Busch Gardens every year through the Waves of Honor promotion that’s offered to active duty military personnel and their families. Since dolphins are my all-time favorite animal, we usually end up at SeaWorld.