Meet Monica Prestridge, Founder of Life UnLIMBited Monica Prestridge has been an amputee almost her entire life, since an accident took part of one of her limbs in early childhood. Fortunately, she doesn’t remember one bit of that fateful day in January 1976 that claimed her lower left leg, and that, she claimed, is just fine with her. “It’s a blessing that I don’t remember … Continue reading Stronger Together: Meet Monica Prestridge, Founder of Life UnLIMBited
Tips for Glowing, Healthy Skin All Winter Long Winter skin is a real thing, y’all. And while we can cover up our legs and arms with stylish clothes in the cooler weather, a glowing, healthy face is important all year long. Are you one of those people who sticks to the same routine and the same products whether it’s January or July? You might be … Continue reading Merry and Bright: Tips for Glowing, Healthy Skin All Winter Long
Where Are We on the Journey to a COVID-19 Vaccine? Venture to the Food and Drug Administration website and you’ll see that the current COVID-19 “Vaccine Status” reads as follows: Currently, there is no FDA-approved or authorized vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19. But what does it take to create a vaccine for the American public? Can it really be that hard? Well, yes, it … Continue reading Our Best Shot: Where Are We on the Journey to Having a COVID-19 Vaccine?
Taking care of mental health is essential at any time. But during a pandemic, people may face additional challenges that make it difficult to address mental health concerns. As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout North America, people with and without existing mental health conditions may feel overwhelmed and anxious. Both children and adults may find themselves feeling nervous or fearful of getting sick. While it’s … Continue reading Taking Care of Mental Health in a Pandemic
Like so many young boys growing up in Thomasville, Georgia, Nick Herndon loved sports. But while most of his friends played multiple sports, he was focused on just baseball. “I loved to play other sports with my friends, but as far as playing organized sports in the leagues around Thomasville, I always wanted to play baseball,” he said. Herndon said that while his parents (Joey … Continue reading Down, But Not Out