Socialization: Have You Had Your Daily Dose

Socialization: Have You Had Your Daily Dose

As people age, social activities become important for mental and even physical health. Dr. Christian Fur man  professor of geriatric medicine at the University of Louisville and medical director at the Trager Center, says “interaction between people keeps your brain...
Small Daily Actions Make a Big Difference

Small Daily Actions Make a Big Difference

Our daily actions don’t have to be big or heroic. They can be as simple as a kind word, a hug, or keeping quiet while someone else talks to us about what they’re feeling. Sometimes tiny acts can make a big difference in other people’s lives. They can reverse a bad day...
Kimberly’s Tips for Acceptance and Resilience

Kimberly’s Tips for Acceptance and Resilience

1. Train your brain to be happier. “Instead of asking ‘Why did this happen to me?’ consider ‘Why is this happening for me?’ Ask yourself, ‘What am I supposed to learn in this moment?’”  2. Don’t wait until something bad happens. “Practice self-care techniques every...
Healing the Air: Cindi Sullivan

Healing the Air: Cindi Sullivan

Cindi Sullivan, the executive director of Trees Louisville, is also doing her part to improve our air quality. In response to Metro Louisville’s tree assessment, which concluded Louisville was losing 54,000 trees per year — the equivalent of 820 acres, or the size of...
Heal the Air- Stuart Ungar

Heal the Air- Stuart Ungar

Stuart Unger, president of Evolve KY, is helping Louisville’s air by encouraging others to make the switch to electric cars. Five years ago, Stuart and his friend were having a conversation about the lack of electric charging stations in the city, when he had an...