This week is an exciting one for St. Louis residents and especially sports fans! Monday we celebrated Opening Day and the long awaited return of baseball to Busch Stadium. Today is tax day, which may not seem fun, until you get your refund back! Thursday evening marks Game 1 of the 2015 Playoffs for St. Louis The Blues, who will be taking on Minnesota Wild. Really, what more could a St. Louis sports fan ask for in a week?
We love those mornings when you walk into work feeling fabulous because your outfit is the definition of perfection. Everything matches, your hair is working and you are ready to take on anything thrown your way. If you’re anything like us, these mornings are few and far between, especially on those dreaded Mondays. Continue Reading
Not having to prick your finger multiple times a day to draw blood and check glucose levels; how awesome! That’s the dream at least. About a year ago Google released information on one of their newest projects: Smart contact Lenses. Whether you’re that one in 19 on the planet affected by diabetes, or someone you love struggles with the disease, imagine a world where painful, daily blood drawing was no more. Continue Reading
As summer approaches, it’s safe to say we are all excited for the warm days and bright sunshine. With that comes a nice summer color, or terrible burn depending on your skin type. In preparation for this, many spend hours a week in tanning beds to get a base color. While you may love the way it makes you look, we hate what it does to your body.
As tax day quickly approaches, that also means the day you get that awesome refund check is also approaching. While it may be stressful getting all the paperwork together to file, it’s all worth it when you get your return. What’s even better is that this St. Louis winter finally seems to be done rearing its ugly head. This past week has brought some much needed outdoor time! Whether you have spent your time outside in Forest Park or spent the day in Dogtown celebrating St. Patrick’s Day yesterday, there is no doubt it feels good to be able to walk outside without shivering from cold.
It’s not something we usually think of when we think of organ donation, but eye donors are incredibly important. According to Saving Sight, “Americans will receive approximately 48,000 cornea transplant surgeries this year to preserve or restore their vision.” While loss of sight may not be as life-threatening as the need for a heart transplant, think about what a world without vision would be like. Continue Reading