Eye care specialists in Chaska and Chanhassen offer ways to keep your eyes safe this summer.
Health & Wellness
Is there anything more serenity-inducing than gliding across the water on a sunny, summer day? Minnesotans have traditionally used boats, canoes or kayaks to achieve that state of summertime zen. But a new method is quickly gaining in popularity: stand-up paddle boarding (SUP).
From ear infections and respiratory conditions to colic and bed wetting, local chiropractors offer a whole host of treatments that can ease childhood ailments. “Symptoms are a way for the body to alert us to an underlying cause,” says Dr. Chandra Miller of Chaska Family Chiropractic.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum offers horticultural therapy to groups of people with physical or learning differences to help them break out of their shells and garden outside. Dr. Jean Larson has been working with the program for over 20 years. (The program was a) “natural fit for me.
Even plants are catching the health bug. Prolific Plant Probiotic (P3) offers a supplement to keep your plants as healthy as possible this gardening season.
Gina Michaels was a fresh graduate of the University of St. Thomas and contemplating “what’s next?” when she found herself working out a lot at a 9Round kickboxing and fitness club in her hometown in Wisconsin.
We’ve all come head-to-head with that all-familiar ache. You know the one. Maybe it hits you after a long day at work or after a glass of red wine. Maybe it creeps in when pollen and dust begin drifting through the summer breeze.