Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 4

In addition to the surrounding beauty, we experienced an abundance of wildlife. Walking down a trail or stepping out onto the beach or even moving right outside our tent, we encountered many of the island’s four-legged inhabitants – deer, armadillo, raccoons, wild hogs, turkey (OK, two-legged) and wild horses. Luckily, none of us ever came across any of the island’s poisonous snakes. Continue reading Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 4

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Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 3

After taking a break under the shade of a huge live oak tree and filling up on GORP (the ultimate hiker snack of raisins, peanuts and M&Ms), we headed down the island’s single sandy, seashell-encrusted road toward the ruins of Dungeness. Fortunately for us, a family of wild horses lead by a handsome, dark chocolate-colored stallion stood in the fields adjacent to the road, grazing contentedly. Our presence didn’t even raise their heads. Continue reading Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 3

Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 2

There is a great history within these shores and depending on what end of the island you visit, the story may vary. However, if your guides are George Morris, an experienced kayaker, NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School) graduate and just a “happy to be here” kind of guy; and Michael Lumpkin, trip leader, motivational speaker and the ultimate meal-time creator, you learn more about the people, places and wildlife of Cumberland Island than any book would ever tell you. Continue reading Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 2

Signs and Symptoms

Usually, the first sign of melanoma is a change in the size, shape, color, or feel of an existing mole. A black or blue-black area is usually present. A new, black, abnormal mole may also indicate a melanoma. Continue reading Signs and Symptoms

Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 1

Of course, we didn’t plan this ourselves. We left the logistics up to High Country Adventures of Atlanta who provided the sea kayaks, all the gear and, most importantly, our dauntless guides. Continue reading Paddling To Cumberland Island. Part 1

What you Need to Know Before Seeing a Specialist

When seeking help for a sore throat or a sprained ankle, most of us will pick up the phone to consult with our family doctor. But how do you know whether the chest pain you woke up with is indigestion from last night’s chili, or the more serious murmurings of a heart problem? Continue reading What you Need to Know Before Seeing a Specialist

Secrets to Success as a Fit Mom

We all know it can be difficult to find time to exercise and live a healthy lifestyle especially when children and family are involved. Here are some secrets to keep motivated and to successfully balance exercise and family life. Continue reading Secrets to Success as a Fit Mom

Physical Education: Dangerous Play? Part 3

Children as young as 6 are playing in football leagues, she said. Thats all right, if the coaches know how to provide good training and keep them from being hurt. But she says, competition should be based on size and weight, not on age, and its important that helmets, shoulder pads and other equipment be properly fitted and in good condition. Continue reading Physical Education: Dangerous Play? Part 3

Physical Education: Dangerous Play? Part 2

In recent years, one school district after another has revised its phys ed programs to put the emphasis on skills and fitness, instead of playing competitive games in which the strongest and most skilled students benefit while the rest are shunted aside. Continue reading Physical Education: Dangerous Play? Part 2

Physical Education: Dangerous Play? Part 1

One rainy day, Neil Williams, Ph.D., decided to have his grade school students at an upstate New York school play dodge ball indoors. Something happened that changed his attitude toward childrens games forever, and it placed him at the center of a sometimes angry nationwide controversy over what should — and should not — go on in gym classes. Continue reading Physical Education: Dangerous Play? Part 1