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Marilyn’s Catering Now Serves CHEER Community Center

 

              CHEER, Inc. is happy to announce its partnership with Marilyn’s Catering, LLC at the Warren L. and Charles C. Allen, Jr. CHEER Community Center in Georgetown. Marilyn’s will be the exclusive caterer for all events at the community center, and beginning October 1, she will operate lunch time food service to the public in the Sand Hill Café at the community center.

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RETURN DAY 2018

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Top 5 lifestyle changes to improve your cholesterol

Lifestyle changes can help reduce cholesterol, keep you off cholesterol-lowering medications or enhance the effect of your medications. Here are five lifestyle changes to get you started. High cholesterol increases your risk of heart disease and heart attacks. You can improve cholesterol with medications, but if you'd rather first make lifestyle changes to improve your cholesterol, try these five healthy changes. If you already take medications, these changes can improve their cholesterol-lowering effect.

Stress Management

Do you know anyone who isn't at times stressed out these days? The pace of modern life makes stress management a necessary skill for everyone. Many people juggle multiple responsibilities, work, home life, caregiving and relationships. Learning to identify problems and implement solutions is the key to successful stress reduction. The first step in successful stress relief is deciding to make stress management an ongoing goal, and to monitor your stress level. Once you start monitoring your stress level, the next step is identifying your stress triggers.

Adult Vision: Over 60 Years of Age

Vision changes occur as you get older, but these changes don't have to affect your lifestyle. Knowing what to expect and when to seek professional care can help you safeguard your vision. As you reach your 60s and beyond, you need to be aware of the warning signs of age-related eye health problems that could cause vision loss. Many eye diseases have no early symptoms. They may develop painlessly, and you may not notice the changes to your vision until the condition is quite advanced.