Alameda first to welcome Relay for Life 20 years ago
This year will mark the 20th time that the Alameda community has supported the American Cancer Society through the Relay For Life fundraising event. In 1995, Alameda was the first city in the area to host a relay.Since then, the events in Alameda have raised $1,474,561.49 for cancer research and services for those affected by cancer.
Would you like to do something interesting? Place one hand on your abdomen below your belly button and the other hand on your chest right below your collarbones. Take a deep breath in, and let it out. Notice which hand(s) moved.
After a hospital stay, whethershort or long, people appreciate the value of sleeping in their own beds. As wonderful as that may sound, there are a few things to consider regarding transitioning from a hospital back into the home. For many seniors, this process can be complicated, depending on their circumstances.
In January, many of us are on diets. Some diets have three phases. Phase one is grim determination. Phase two is rationalization that one little bite, sip, taste, puff, etc. won’t hurt. Phase three is complete failure.
This year, try a good-vibe diet instead. The many benefits of good vibes, or positive thinking, have been empirically proven.
A good-vibe diet can make you — and everyone around you — feel better, both physically and mentally.