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Help for Depression in Stanislaus County By Noel Daniel – Resources at the bottom of this article. Lisa Sanchez had a very rough start in life. She was diagnosed very early with Rapid Cycling Bipolar disorder, meaning her condition could cycle from manic to depressive in as quickly as a

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By Gitaine Reis, In-Shape Health Clubs Strength training helps build muscles and endurance. It also increases mobility and range of motion. Small changes in muscle strength can make a big difference in performing everyday activities. Carrying groceries, walking upstairs, and lifting your grandchild can become easier with time. In order

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arts and cultureinspiring spacesIssue 23

By Noel DanielFrank Lloyd Wright was a cornerstone in American architecture. It’s almost a little hard to believe that such a household name would establish a custom home in Modesto, California. It’s said that Wright would encourage those looking for a place to settle down to “go out as far

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arts and cultureDIYIssue 23

  Some days, it might seem impossible to get kids and grandkids to sit down for anything—but summer is the best time to try! Squeeze in some quality crafting time before school starts with these fun ideas from Parents.com. Forever Flowers It’s the bouquet that never quits! Needed: Egg carton

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle Anything is possible in Jasen Bracy’s world. Name just about any activity a ten-year-old boy could dream of doing and chances are he’s done it. Play baseball with his peers? Yep. Perform music at Gallo Center? Check. Try indoor skydiving? Done it. And while they appear

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arts and cultureIssue 23

By Jacqui D. Sinarle It’s entertaining, it’s fun, and it’s free! The Downtown Modesto Art Walk is a great way to soak up some local culture, and now it’s even better than ever. “The Art Walk has always been a family-friendly destination, but it also makes a great date night,

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food and wineIssue 23

Oodles Oodles’ tasty yogurt varieties are made with the freshest, highest-quality ingredients and are as nutritious as they are delicious, helping you get your daily dose of active probiotic cultures. Oodles’ fantastic array of fresh yogurts are low in calories and fat and high in protein. Just add some fresh

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By Noel Daniel It’s a thing that can strike suddenly and without warning. Heralded by tremors, muscular rigidity, and imprecise movement, parkinson’s disease is an ailment associated with degeneration of the brain and a deficiency of dopamine. “You have to be ready. You have to be able to accept that

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LES MISÉRABLES Poignant and lasting, “Les Misérables” is one of the greatest musicals ever written. It’s won over 100 international awards and has been watched by over 65 million people all over the world. The musical boasts some of the most memorable scores and characters in musical theatre. The story

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By Noel Daniel It’s a style that’s just perfect for summer, capitalizing on the bright and living colors of nature. Plein air painting, or “en plein air,” just means a painting process that’s done out in the open air. “If you want to paint out of doors, you should ‘love

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