Browsing Category

Women’s Health

Puppy Yoga Set for June 26

Break out your mat for a fun yoga session that includes puppies! The Atrium on Tenth is hosting a Puppy Yoga session on June 26. Starting at 10 a.m., participants will begin a guided yoga session complete with puppies, complimentary…

Herb Your Enthusiasm

A friend of mine took an herbal supplement known to be good for digestion and was excited to see improvement in her constipation symptoms within one week. She purchased several bottles, never missed a daily dose, and recommended the herb to…

Help Prevent Child Abuse

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Safe Families For Children of Mid-Missouri is always looking for donations, as well as volunteers. Learn more here. According to the Missouri Department of Social Services Children's Division, its…

Take Back Your Health

The CoMo Wellness Conference returns for its fifth year on April 23 at Cooper’s Ridge event venue. Speakers will cover a variety of health-related topics, including the benefits of chiropractic care, dealing with COVID-19 and more. Starting…

Car-“toon” Into This!

This event from the MU Concert Series at Jesse Hall on April 19 at 7 p.m. is sure to tickle your funny bone and possibly take you on a trip down memory lane. The Queen’s Cartoonists play music from classic cartoons and contemporary…

Need College Cash?

Worrying about funding college can be stressful and overwhelming. Think a scholarship is out of the question if you or your college-bound kid aren't a star academic or athlete? Not so fast. This Prosper U class from Central Bank of Boone…

Consider Colon Concerns

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month; a great time for women to review our colorectal health, including our colon cancer screening status. By 2030, colorectal cancer (CRC) will take more lives under the age of 50 than any…

Up In Smoke

Are you trying to quit smoking or know someone who is? Whether it's traditional cigarettes or e-ones, there is a wealth of resources available in Columbia to help adults — as well as teens — kick the habit. Smoking is the No. 1 cause of…

How Dreamy

Are you looking to dive deeper into the depths of your mind, understand yourself and gain greater perspectives on how to cause empowering change within? Understanding and interpreting your dreams can help. The Columbia School of…

Gluten-Free Goodness

Trying to eat gluten-free, wheat-free, peanut and tree nut-free, or shellfish and fish-free? Check out Range Free on Orr Street, if you haven't yet. It's an allergen-friendly bakery and café serving up all kinds of "free" foods. You can…

Sick Kids Need Our Help

It's time for Zimmer Communications' annual Children's Miracle Network Radiothon. You can donate today or tomorrow and make a difference in the lives of children being treated at MU Children's Hospital. Zimmer Communications first…

Help To Quit Smoking

If stopping smoking was one of your resolutions, check out Quit Now Classes from the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center. Classes are available online for free and take place every other Tuesday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Using tobacco in any form…
X
X