Weekly Feature Articles
Not everyone can afford a gym membership or personal chef service, but choosing more whole grains along with other nutritious foods such as fruits and vegetables, can make your life healthier at little to no extra cost.
Adopting an energy-efficient lifestyle will not only save you money on your electric and/or gas bills, but it also will help the environment by releasing fewer greenhouse gases and creating less of a demand for non-renewable energy resources, such as coal, petroleum (crude oil), natural gas, and propane.
Arthritis affects over 40 million Americans of all ages and walks of life and is the number one cause of disability in America. Not just a disease of grandparents, arthritis affects children and adults alike. There are over 100 types of arthritis and rheumatic diseases including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and fibromyalgia.
There's a reason why bread machines have been such a hot gift item these past few years. Low-carb diets notwithstanding, there is something about the smell of a yeasty loaf baking in the kitchen, ready for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. A slice of warm, fresh bread is the perfect accompaniment to a healthy soup and salad.
Welcome to the new and improved LibraryPoint. We hope that you find the redesigned site easy to use and full of features to enhance your library experience. Over the past two years we have listened to patron and staff suggestions for what they would like to see in the library's Web site, and we have integrated many of them into the new LibraryPoint.
If you pay attention to the news, you've probably noticed a lot of commentary concerning the environment and ways to live a more earth- friendly life. Some recent green news articles include the Clorox's purchase of the earth-friendly Burt's Bees, and the United Kingdom's plans to say goodbye to traditional light bulbs by 2011 by replacing them with energy saving bulbs.