• 5 fitness apps to help you stay on track

    5 fitness apps to help you stay on track0

    When you’re looking for efficiency in a certain aspect of your life, you know how the saying goes: “There’s an app for that.” Fitness and exercise are no exception to this rule. There are tons of apps out there to help you keep track of progress and motivate you to keep going. Here five we

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  • Houston offers many free/low-cost outdoor exercise options

    Houston offers many free/low-cost outdoor exercise options0

    Like so many well-intentioned people, you’ve probably made the commitment to a pricey gym membership, and then ultimately cancelled when life derailed your exercise plans. With spring here and summer fast approaching, you should know that Houston offers many no- or low-cost workouts that will keep you in shape without breaking the bank. Added bonus

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  • I got the elephant off my back!

    I got the elephant off my back!0

    Quin and his mother share a very special bond. It is evident to anyone who spends more than a few minutes with the two. His battle with depression lasted long enough to span about a quarter of his short 20 years. But even more prominent than his depression was his OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), a

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  • True timing by God: How one woman found healing for her depression

    True timing by God: How one woman found healing for her depression0

    For Sharon, depression is not an illness; it’s a lifetime companion and long-fought struggle. She doesn’t recall not being depressed and doesn’t remember ever feeling true happiness. Therefore, it was her comfort zone to be depressed and stay depressed until she reached a point where life is not interesting for her anymore and she wants

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  • Coastal Eye Associates

    Coastal Eye Associates0

    our Source for Comprehensive Back-to-School Eye Exams You may have purchased all the back-to-school supplies your children need and helped them select the perfect outfit for the first day of school. But if they have not had a comprehensive vision screening and eye exam, your students are not completely ready for a great start to

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  • Could it be dyslexia?

    Could it be dyslexia?0

    John Boggan’s struggle with dyslexia began in kindergarden.” As I went through grade-school I had issues with math and transposing numbers and writing was tough.When I would read, I would skip around and not follow the sentences.” Said Bogan. He was eventually diagnosed with the learning disability known as dyslexia that is neurological in origin.

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