Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Best Bodies: Hollis Edwards

By Brigid Morrissey



In life, it seems as if we spend each stage preparing for the next phase. We complete high school to get into college to step into a career. We date around in our youth to discover who we want to spend our future with. So when we think about fitness and preparing our bodies physically, why not create good habits in our youth so we’re better off in old age?

Best Bodies: Patricia Payette

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Patty Payette 
AGE 51
JOB Executive director of the quality enhancement plan at University of Louisville
WORKOUT SPOT Baptist Health/Milestone Wellness Center 

Best Bodies: Alison Cardoza


Alison Cardoza

AGE: 35
JOB:  Certified Personal Trainer and Hip Hop Group Exercise Instructor at Baptist East Milestone Wellness Center 
MOTIVATION: Alison says that measurable goals are part of her motivation, and she “strives to reach a new, realistic goal for myself. I keep it simple.”

Monday, November 20, 2017

What Works for this Theater Operations Manager

By Lucy M. Pritchett
Anne Ensign-Urteaga appreciates working behind the scenes in preparation for each performance. Here, she stands in one of the CenterStage dressing rooms. Photos by Patti Hartog


If you've ever attended one of the excellent theatrical productions put on by CenterStage at the Jewish Community Center, you have most likely seen Anne Ensign-Urteaga. OK. That statement may be a little misleading. She won't be in costume singing or dancing but instead, as operations manager for the community theater, she comes on stage before the start of the show to welcome the audience and make brief announcements.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Is it the Doctor’s Fault or Yours? Handling Hospitalizations

By Carrie Vittitoe



Whether you are caregiver to a child, an aging parent, or a spouse, it can be a difficult job. Few things are more frustrating than when a loved one is sick or in pain. During those times, we want to access medical care as quickly and easily as possible. Fortunately, new technologies and some tried-and-true caregiver experience can help pave the way for faster and better medical care for your loved one.

Is it the Doctor’s Fault or Yours? Communication

By Carrie Vittitoe



Whether you are caregiver to a child, an aging parent, or a spouse, it can be a difficult job. Few things are more frustrating than when a loved one is sick or in pain. During those times, we want to access medical care as quickly and easily as possible. Fortunately, new technologies and some tried-and-true caregiver experience can help pave the way for faster and better medical care for your loved one.
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