You’ve Got To Love Fall… And Pumpkins!

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Offered by Susan Kline Isn’t it kind of amazing how one fruit has become the single defining graphic and flavor to announce the coming of this season? All you have to do is see a picture of pumpkins and you’re in the mood to cook, bake, and gather for fun as a family. As a… Read more »

Roasted Butternut Squash Salad

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With Warm Cider Vinaigrette Offered by: Foodnetwork.com Fall weather is just around the corner! Why not add a delicious salad to your table that blends all the flavors and colors of late summer early fall! Enjoy as a delicious side to a main dish or simply by itself! INGREDIENTS: 1 1/2-pound butternut squash (1 squash),… Read more »

Mishearing Matters

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center During my sophomore year of college, I first heard the term GIGO in a computer information systems class. GIGO is an acronym that stands for Garbage In, Garbage Out. In computer processing terms it means that the collected data must be accurate and… Read more »

That Didn’t Go Quite As I Had Planned

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Offered by Willy Strohmeier – Colorado Karate Club It feels like slow motion, that moment, when I’m throwing this long, high round kick and realize – too late – that I went just a bit too far… My base foot loses traction and there I go, flying first, then plopping onto the ground with a… Read more »

Concussions

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Offered by Brittany LaVoy, MD, FAAP – Brighton Pediatrics The importance of recognizing symptoms of a concussion has been widely discussed in recent years. It is now known that individuals who have a significant number of concussions in their lifetime are at higher risk for long term damage to the brain. So what are the… Read more »