There are Moles, and Then There are MOLES

Identifying Moles When it’s time to call a doctor By Michelle Ochsner Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers in the United States. Being proactive by examining your skin regularly helps reduce your chances of developing melanoma, the most serious type of skin malignancy. The best defense against melanoma is the usage of [...]

KEEPING THE AGING ACTIVE

Senior Services for Meridian Residences By Michelle Ochsner With the number of seniors increasing in the Meridian area one can’t help but wonder about the support system the community has. Issues such as social, health, and nutrition are a growing concern for many in the area who are approaching their twilight years. The quality of [...]

Children Coping With Grief

  "Life asked death, 'Why do people love me but hate you?' Death responded, 'Because you are a beautiful lie and I am a painful truth." —Author unknown Death, the inevitable fate of all life. Everyone manages grief in their own way. For a child, the devastation of such a catastrophic event can forever alter [...]

Reflections From the Disheartened

There are moments in life that change you forever; define you, indefinitely.  Sure, wounds heal, but just as the old saying goes, “The scars remain.” For some, the most definitive moment that has forever altered life’s reality is when the person they loved and trusted most unleashed their aggression and hit them. This life changing [...]