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Heart Screening Saves 15 Year Old Lantana Resident

Too often we hear about student athletes suffering from cardiac arrest without a warning.  Thirteen-year-old Alex Betzhold was an Argyle seventh grader who was active in football, basketball and band. In January 2012, Alex died in his sleep of an

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Mother’s Day Gifts that Suit Her Love Language

by Susan Neuhalfen Author Gary Chapman wrote an amazing book called The 5 Love Languages®. Do you know Mom’s love language? Read through and see which one would best describe your mother. The explanation for each language is listed in

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Riding for Fun and Health

by Susan Neuhalfen For those asking what it takes to start biking seriously, or even casually, Josh Kerkhof, Manager at Cadence Cyclery, has some great advice. “The first question I ask a client is ‘What is your goal?’ said Josh,

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Hail Damage? Be Patient

by Susan Neuhalfen Lantana insurance agent Jim Bridges said that State Farm anticipates 10,000 auto insurance claims and 8,000 homeowner insurance claims from the latest hail storm to hit the DFW area. Because many are new to the area or

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Essential Oils: Is it All Just Snake Oil?

by Susan Neuhalfen As the search continues for perfect health, it seems that our society has begun to look back to nature instead of toward modern science and man-made medicines. The latest craze in health, however, can be traced as

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Handmade Mother’s Day Gifts

Everyone knows that handmade Mother’s Day gifts are the best. These are ones that Mom keeps long after her day. With the big day approaching (Sunday, May 14th) you have a little time left to put the kids to work

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What is Cinco de Mayo?

by Susan Neuhalfen Cinco de Mayo (or May 5), a national holiday in Mexico and drinking holiday in the U.S., celebrates the victory of a small Mexican militia over the French army three times its size and much better equipped

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Hope & Basketball

by Susan Neuhalfen Every summer he sets out with a team of great folks to teach kids in underprivileged areas about the word of God through basketball. For many years, Hoops for Hope has conducted camps all over the world

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Achieving Dental Harmony

We all want the absolute best; to experience that perfect balance that offers us the fullest potential. When seeking our dental care, we should assume the same level of excellence, and that is exactly what we have come to expect

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Out with the Old

by Susan Neuhalfen With Earth Day looming in April, it is gentle reminder to us of two things: it’s time to spring clean and it’s important to recycle those items that are no 
longer needed. The easiest way to get

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