THE FACE OF AUTISM
Families relate struggles, accomplishments
by Kurt Dusterberg
Jay McFarland had big dreams for his little boy. An avid golfer, he imagined a lot of father-son time on the fairways.
“I could teach a kid to play really good golf,” he remembers thinking. “I’m going to start him hitting balls when he’s 3.”
PRINCIPLES OF PREVENTION
Exercise, good nutrition key to avoiding diabetes
by Alison Brown
Diabetes is making headlines across the country. Whether news brings hopeful announcements of gains in diagnosis and treatment or statistics that show a continued rise in cases, one thing is clear: Diabetes is a serious disease. Fortunately, it can be managed — and prevented.
A HEALTHIER YOU
Finding the right personal trainer
by Michelle Lambert Tefft
When a pipe breaks in your home, you hire a plumber. When a tooth aches, you find a dentist with the knowledge and experience to ease the pain. The same should go for repairing your body when it’s out of shape.