Early this past Wednesday morning, things began stirring in our Amish community. Each year, we as a church gather for a hog butchering. Yes, it’s a major undertaking, yet well worth it, as it supplies us with meat for much of the year.
A little diner with lime-green trim brightens up Yulee Drive in Old Homosassa, and the interior is just as attractive, with an interesting mix of beautifully photographed horses and an updated dining room.
Keeping children active and engaged outside of school is central to the Y’s cause. The Citrus County YMCA continues the mission of youth development during breaks and summer vacation with interactive activities for both their minds and bodies.
Mr. Smith is a 70-year-old gentleman. He has heart problem called atrial fibrillation, where his heartbeat is irregular. He is more prone to stroke and so his cardiologist advised him to take Warfarin, a blood thinner. This reduces risk of stroke, but increases risk of bleeding.
Recently, a reader contacted me regarding the possibility of transmitting cancer from one person to another. He and his family were concerned about whether or not a person with cancer could transmit their cancer to another person. Though many people do not think of this, it is still a common question which I am asked several times a year by patients and their families.