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Waynedale Health

We like to keep our Waynedale News readers safe and healthy! These are the most current articles and stories to improve your body and mental health written by our original, local writers from around the Waynedale (Fort Wayne), Indiana Community.

TIPS TO AVOID COOKING FIRES

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The American Red Cross responds to thousands of fires in peoples' homes every year and most of those fires occur while someone is cooking. The focus of this year's National Fire Prevention Week is "Prevent Kitchen Fires" and the Red Cross is offering tips for avoiding fires in the kitchen.

Last year, the American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana responded to 157 single family or apartment fires. "Here in Northeast Indiana, we see firsthand the destruction a cooking fire can cause," said...

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A NIGHT OF MAGIC

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Byron Health Center will host A Night of Magic on Monday, October 21, starting at 7:00 p.m. Wayne Hill will join four other area illusionists on the stage for this multi-focus magical event in the Byron Health Center Activity Room, 12101 Lima Rd on the north side of Fort Wayne. Residents, staff and their families will enjoy a distinctive magic show designed with the entire family in mind. The parents will have as much fun, if not more, than their children. A Night of Magic is also open to the...

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EVALUATING PAIN AND CHIROPRACTIC CARE - A HEALTHY DAY

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How do you know whether your pain needs to be evaluated by your chiropractor? This is the age-old question. The answer needs to be specific to your particular problem, rather than a one-size-fits all solution. But there are good guidelines that everyone can follow.

First, is your pain deep and boring (that is, does the pain feel like it's boring into you)? Deep and boring pain usually means something is seriously wrong. If you're woken up at night by this type of pain, a visit to your...

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O’BRIEN ON TOP OF HER GAME

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Kristi O'Brien, a graduate of Bishop Luers and IUPUI entered her first ever Q-School in Palm Springs, California. Basically in the California desert. I'm sure she was more nervous than anytime in her entire life. Over the last few years this was the week that Kristi has geared all her hard work towards~Q-School, an LPGA Qualifying Tournament-Stage I! They play it on 2 courses-The Arnold Palmer course, and the Diana Shore course. This is an LPGA Major tournament. It used to be called The Diana...

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BLOOD DONORS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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The American Red Cross is urging blood donations during September to help support the initiatives of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month.

"Our blood donors help make a difference for many types of patients, including children with cancer and those who need ongoing treatment for sickle cell disease," said Sharyn Whitman, CEO Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region. "Blood transfusions are crucial to both groups of individuals and play an important part...

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CHIROPRACTIC CARE HELPS YOUR BODY BE SMARTER

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Your body's awareness of where it is in three dimensions is critical to your ability to function effectively in the world. This awareness depends on proprioceptors. These specialized nerve endings are part of your nervous system - your body's master system.

Nerve signals are transmitted from proprioceptors in joints and muscles, along nerve pathways, to spinal nerves. Spinal nerves connect to the spinal cord, and from there signals are transmitted to the brain. But spinal nerves are a...

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