Olympic Inspirado 

The Olympics, to me, is primarily a spectacle of the most amazing things the human body can do. Since the opening ceremonies last Friday, I’ve had Olympic coverage on my TV non-stop, from morning to way too late at night. I can’t stop myself — it’s just endlessly fascinating, the vast array of skills, body... Continue Reading →

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What Works for Me: Changes That Have Made a Difference

Although every body and every lifestyle is different, some of these may work for you.   You can read more of Lydia's posts here. Not every health change is visible to other people, and all progress is good, but my progress over the last year — in which I’ve lost nearly 25 pounds — is... Continue Reading →

Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late…

You turn your back for a few moments to fetch some laundry and your two year old son somehow finds his way into the backyard through a door left ajar. Within moments he stumbles into the swimming pool. You frantically run to his aid and pull him out of the water, only to find his face blue, his lungs gurgling, and his body limp. Would you know what to do next?

Celebrating at Cinnabar Hills

Mary Ann Smith, AVAC's Senior Wellness Director hosted a group of Members for lunch at Cinnabar Hills Golf Club this Holiday season.  On Friday, December 15, AVAC's December Senior Wellness luncheon was held at the Cinnabar Golf Club. The ride out to Cinnabar was beautiful; sun shining, pastoral vistas and lake views. Once inside the... Continue Reading →

‘Tis the Season for Sugar!

This blog post is presented via Laura Hsu, AVAC's Certified Nutritionist Ahhhh the holiday season…a wonderful time of year filled with tree trimming, family gatherings, twinkling lights, gift exchanges, and lots of wonderful food! We all tend to indulge a bit more this time of year, what with homemade holiday cookies, eggnog, calorie-dense appetizers, cocktails,... Continue Reading →

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