Wesleyan College’s Mathews Athletic Center invites all Middle Georgians to experience Chinese qigong

By Kathy Malone Wesleyan College Yoga has become a well-accepted method to combine movement with mindfulness. In addition to Yoga, Qigong and Tai Chi are popular among Body and Brain practice on A campus of Wesleyan College in Macon. Tai Chi has been around Wesleyan for many years when Lisa Pang introduced the practice to […]

Org helps Parkinson patients

By Gil Thelen Me-Over-PD Foundation The Me-Over-PD Foundation (MOPD) seeks Middle Georgia Parkinson’s Disease sufferers willing to wage total war against their condition. Four dozen area Parkies worked together in 2018 to learn about, and take effective action against, the neurological malady. The group is ongoing, meeting quarterly. I am president of MOPD, a Middle […]

Chronic venous insufficiency is common, treatable

By Kate Reid Central Georgia Vein Center Vein disease is incredibly common — and manageable. But if left untreated, what starts as a small issue can lead to potentially dangerous complications. Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is a medical condition in which a person’s veins are unable to transport blood from the legs back to the […]

Local Doulas host Climb out of the Darkness event

Local birth doulas Britney Mims Asbell and Cristiana Fischer have united to host Macon’s Climb Out of the Darkness fundraiser on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018, at 10:00am, at the Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, Georgia. Both Britney and Cristiana assist with childbirths for Middle Georgia families, and their dedication to women’s postpartum mental health is […]