Healthy Living

Physical therapist: When to return to running after having a baby

By On the PULSE | June 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

Your body changes significantly during pregnancy and delivery. The pelvic floor may be stretched, injured, or weak. Ligaments are looser and less able to protect joints. You may be carrying extra weight. The abdominal wall can be stretched, separated, or cut in the case of a C-section.  Running is a high impact sport placing a…

Most common injuries in the oil and gas industry

By On the PULSE | June 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

The oil and gas industry is among the most vital to our societal infrastructure. Not only does it provide us the fuel we need for most modern forms of transportation, it’s also responsible for supplying millions of individuals with quality careers. However, working in the oil fields can also be incredibly dangerous—many workers find themselves at risk each day. So,…

Tips for preventing rust on heavy machinery

By On the PULSE | June 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

Heavy machinery is a term that covers an eclectic range of equipment across many different industries. From manufacturing to construction and beyond, industries rely on heavy equipment for completing jobs efficiently—and most importantly, correctly. If you have industrial equipment in your workplace, knowing how to prevent issues like rust is crucial. Don’t worry; as you’ll…

How to prevent injuries in the workshop

By On the PULSE | June 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

Injuries and accidents are common in metalworking, woodworking, and machine shops, but they can be avoided. Often, putting the proper precautions in place is all it takes to prevent them. Follow the basic steps below on how to prevent injuries in the workshop for the safety of your own shop floor.  Implement Proper Training and…

Tips for designing a large garden

By On the PULSE | June 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

So, you’ve been taking great care of your small garden for a while, and you want to upgrade. There’s no better feeling than expanding your garden so that you can grow more things! If you want to create a large garden, though, you need to know the right way to go about it.  If you set it up…

Surgeon: When to consider joint replacement for arthritis

By On the PULSE | June 9, 2021 | 0 Comments

People are living longer than ever and many of us want to remain active later in life. All those years of activity can wear on our bodies, especially our joints. While minor pain and aches are normal, long-lasting pain or pain that causes you to make lifestyle changes are something you should consider talking to…

These creatures have some of the strongest family bonds

By On the PULSE | June 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

Families aren’t just human phenomena. The genetic roots that bind families together are felt all throughout the animal kingdom. Some animals, however, have stronger family bonds than others. Read on to learn about the creatures with the strongest family bonds. Elephants Elephant herds are tight-knit communities consisting of between 8 and 100 elephants. The biggest…

Best ways to mitigate gas flaring

By On the PULSE | June 4, 2021 | 0 Comments

The best ways to mitigate gas flaring involve preventing the production of waste in the first place. Many manufactures can’t avoid the production of methane, which is why they burn it off. If you operate an oil refinery, landfill, or chemical processing plant, gas flaring may be part of your everyday job. Recycling methane is…

Common Problems You May Find in HVAC Systems

By On the PULSE | June 1, 2021 | 0 Comments

It’s important to perform regular maintenance on your commercial HVAC system to avoid clogs, cracks, and leaks. The most common problems you may find in HVAC system are often caused by poor maintenance. If you’re starting to notice issues with your system, run an inspection and watch out for telltale signs that you need to…

Doctor: Fast ways to identify a stroke and what to do next

By On the PULSE | May 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

In the United States, stroke affects more than 750,000 people each year. It’s the leading cause of adult disability and is the fifth-leading cause of death. Stroke can happen to anyone, and it is important to know what stroke looks like and what do to if someone shows the signs. Signs of Stroke If you…

Kitchen Korner

Kitchen Korner: Italian style coffee at Backhouse Café

By On the PULSE | April 8, 2021

This husband and wife-owned business serves coffee and tea, all while providing a cozy atmosphere for their customers. Ron and…

Kitchen Korner: Opening a restaurant during a pandemic

By On the PULSE | November 27, 2020

Starting a business during a global pandemic isn’t easy. But for Eat and Run Catering and Restaurant, it turned out to…

Kitchen Korner: Check out Sawhorse Cafe’s unique dining experience

By Noah Beiter | October 30, 2020

In many ways, the Sawhorse Café is as local as it gets. With their revolving menu and locally-sourced items, it’s…

Medical News

Physical therapist: When to return to running after having a baby

By On the PULSE | June 16, 2021

Your body changes significantly during pregnancy and delivery. The pelvic floor may be stretched, injured, or weak. Ligaments are looser…

Surgeon: When to consider joint replacement for arthritis

By On the PULSE | June 9, 2021

People are living longer than ever and many of us want to remain active later in life. All those years…

Doctor: Fast ways to identify a stroke and what to do next

By On the PULSE | May 26, 2021

In the United States, stroke affects more than 750,000 people each year. It’s the leading cause of adult disability and…

Andrea's Country Home Cookin'

Cooking with Andrea: Easy egg muffins for the family

By On the PULSE | March 26, 2021

These are some of the easiest breakfast muffins you can make for your family. Egg Muffins Recipe: 12 eggs 1/2 cup…

Cooking with Andrea: A tasty treat for any time of day!

By On the PULSE | March 19, 2021

These protein balls are a healthy treat for the family with none of the guilt. Check out the easy recipe…

Cooking with Andrea: Yummy baked oatmeal!

By On the PULSE | March 12, 2021

One of the easiest baked oatmeal recipes you’ll find! 3 cups oatmeal 1 cup brown sugar 2 tsp. cinnamon 1…

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Most common injuries in the oil and gas industry

By On the PULSE | June 14, 2021

The oil and gas industry is among the most vital to our societal infrastructure. Not only does it provide us the fuel…

Tips for preventing rust on heavy machinery

By On the PULSE | June 12, 2021

Heavy machinery is a term that covers an eclectic range of equipment across many different industries. From manufacturing to construction…

How to prevent injuries in the workshop

By On the PULSE | June 12, 2021

Injuries and accidents are common in metalworking, woodworking, and machine shops, but they can be avoided. Often, putting the proper…