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The Ohio-Michigan Run will be hosted at Centennial Terrace, 5773 Centennial Road, Sylvania, on July 14. It is the original border battle run and race in two states and is sponsored by Dave’s Performance Footgear and New Balance, 5700 Monroe St., Sylvania, in the Starlite Plaza Shopping Center, and Mizuno. The evening race is an 8K event on a flat certified course. Registration for the run opens at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 7 p.m. The race begins at 7:20 p.m. The race is disposable chip timed for faster results. There also will be a one-mile free Fun Run for kids. The kids’ race begins at 7 p.m. Also available on site will be food, beverages, live music, and free goodies. Early registrations are available online at www.imathlete.com. The 8K race pre-registration entry fee online is $25 if paid by Wednesday, July 6. Race day registration is $30 and there is no shirt guarantee. There is no mail entry for the race. Early packet pick-up and late registration will be available Wednesday, July 13, from 5 p.m. 8 p.m. at Dave’s Performance Footgear at the address above. All 8K participants who pre-register will receive a Mizuno TECH t-shirt and there will be live music and a complimentary cook out style dinner featuring hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, etc. Two beverage tickets also will be provided. The top three male and female runners and the top 3 master (40+ males/females) runners will win a free pair of Mizuno shoes from Dave’s. Please visit the Web site to learn age group award breakdowns. For more information, please call Dave’s Performance Footgear at 419-340-1317.
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Anytime Fitness offers summer classes in June
Anytime Fitness -- Sylvania will offer exercise classes on Wednesdays in June. The first class was June 15 and featured a Boot Camp program. The June 22 class will focus on Body Sculpting. The June 29 class will be on the Zumba exercise program. All classes will begin at 7 p.m. All of the classes are open to both members and non-members. All participants are encouraged to bring a friend. The cost is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. The classes are at the Anytime Fitness facility at 7602 W. Sylvania Ave. The facility itself is open to members 24-hours a day. For more information, call the facility at 419724-5575.
CPW Rehab celebrated the 18th Annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day on May 25. The theme was “Making Fitness a Goal for Life!” CPW Rehab took this opportunity to honor the 79 Medical Fitness Program (MFP) participants who have been improving their individual health practices for more than 5 years. The honorees name, picture and number of years of participation was posted in the hallway of the facility. A dessert reception was held as a thank you and for personal recognition of these dedicated participants. Physical inactivity is a fast-growing public health problem and contributes to a variety of chronic diseases and health complications, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, cancer, depression and anxiety, arthritis and osteoporosis. In addition to improving a patient’s overall health, increasing physical activity has proven effective in the treatment and prevention of chronic disease. This is where the Medical Fitness Program comes in. The program is staffed by kinesiotherapists, physical therapist assistants and exercise specialists who are highly trained in disease prevention and management of many of these chronic health conditions. All of our staff are certified in CPR and are trained
and qualified to assess your specific needs to develop an individualized exercise program. Upon discharge, physical therapy patients have the option of continuing to improve their fitness through participation in this self-pay program. Another aspect of the Medical Fitness Program is to join a group exercise class, such as the Arthritis Foundation Arthritis Aquatics program. The Arthritis Foundation’s Arthritis Aquatics program has been a popular program since 1989. In response to public demand, the facility has added more advanced classes such as the Arthritis Aquatics Plus, Body Better H2O and Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi. CPW Rehab provides physical therapy and aquatic therapy to Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. The clinic was one of the first facilities in the area to offer onsite aquatic therapy. Known as the warmest therapeutic pool in Northwest Ohio, the pool is heated to 94° and is equipped with both a ramp and hydraulic chair lift. The facility is handicapped-accessible with convenient welllit parking. In addition to programming for the aging adult, CPW Rehab provides services for injured workers, incontinence problems, and individuals with orthopedic and neurological injuries. For more information, visit www. cpwrehab.com or call 419-841-9622.
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Greater Toledo Gymcats Team members are: Row 1: Lily Drees, Abby O’Connor, Caitlin Madigan, Kara Frantz, Jewell Glover, Erin Murphy, Kacie Trame, Isabel Walker, Kenya Coburn, Gabrielle Wagner, Olivia Bukowski, Tricia Scott, Ashley Thomason, Libbie Breymaier, Anna Yeager, Cori Fischer, Grace Ellis. Row 2: Breanna Plummer, Allie Cole, Danielle Wagner, Jadyn Howard, Zoe Leslie, Kaitlin Miller, Melena Purvis, Claudia Hamman, Amber DiCarlo, Madelyn Rankin, Bailey Lewicz, Abigail Haynes, Jacqueline Ray, Sarah Essi, Abby Garton, Shiasia Gregory. Row 3: Katie Kroma, Sydney Huffman, Isela Negrete, Caeli Barnes, Lauren Dennie, Lauren Taylor, Margaret Nichols, Sophia Rodriguez, Kendall Fitchpatric, Madison Miller, Kaylynn Frantz, Leah Braman, Alexis Lee, Rachel Krotzer, Katelin Kelso. Row 4: Kaitlyn Dieringer, Aunah Knab, Alaina Zaletta, Chloe Baker, Noah Glover, Casey Knapik, Sydney Audet, Louisa Kerrigan, Margaret Kerrigan, Molly Green, Jody DeMeo, Savanna Marzullo, Kayla Simpkins. Row 5: Savannah Soto, Margaret Sobeki, Sophie Rodgers, Taylor Fitchpatric, Charlie Carroll, Kayla Laconey, Kelsey Commager, Rachel Wood, Cassandra Frantz, Sydney McGath, Kayla Galton, Kailee Wood, Hayley Allen. Row 6: Amanda Moreo, Jennie Chang, Kyra Wyandt, Abbey Dunckel, Chelsea Williams, Sydney Lorenzen, Kylee McBride, Hannah Gibbons, Erika Lorenzen, Hannah Yeager, Megan Matrisciano, Colleen Kohler. Row 7: Rachel Kreuz, Rachel Hess, Rebecca Garber, Emilie Roman, Baylee Smith, Kelsey Gilmore, Mary Exton, Brittany Willson, Courtney Brower, Kelsie Steinmetz. Row 8: Coach Danielle Espinoza, Coach Casey Koenig, Coach Rachel Gourley, Coach Jessie Reitz, Coach Kelli Kopp, and Coach Rebecca Rodriguez. Not pictured are Theresa Koszycki and Rachel Frye.
Ys Guys Gymnastics Team members are Row 1: Baily Cervetto, Steven Randall, Max Roehl, Anthony Pacewicz, Justin Barnes, Joseph DiFeterici, Ashton Carter. Row 2: AJ Gyurasics, Khris LaConey, Grant Yoder, Brenden Peuhl, Brandon Parker, Jacob Henry, Mahdi Blackshear, Coach Alex Polte. Row 3: Coach Robby Kijowski, Tommy Dzierzak, Donnie Belcher, Alex Essi, Joey Walasinski, Sebastian Gardner, Michael Grindle, Coach Jai Charles. Not pictured: Robbie Thomason and Owen Ludwig.
The Greater Toledo YMCA Gymcats and Ys Guys are beaming with excitement as they prepare to host the 2011 YMCA/JCC Gymnastics National Championships June 22 - 25. Several Sylvania gymnasts will attend the event along with an estimated 1,700 other enthusiasts and their families from 18 states across the country. The theme for the event is “Rock The Gym.” The excitement kicks off on June 22 with an Olympic-style Opening Ceremonies event at 5/3 Field beginning at 3:30 p.m. Events at the opening ceremonies will feature several activities including an Olympic-style March In, a presentation by motivational speaker and Olympic Gold Medalist and President of USA Gymnastics Peter Vidmar, a Guinness Book of World Records Handstand Contest, a street fair, and a wrap up with a Mud Hens baseball
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(ARA) - Getting a diagnosis of any kind of cancer can be frightening. One of the first things many patients do is learn everything they can about their illness, including what options for disease management and treatment are available. This can be challenging if a person’s cancer is considered rare, which defined by the National Institutes of Health as a cancer that affects fewer than 200,000 people. Patients with rare cancers are more likely than those with more common cancers to say they lack access to credible and reliable information, causing them to feel alone in dealing with their disease, according to a national survey. For many like newlywed Carolina Williams, getting the right diagnosis and information about her GIST, a rare and life-threatening cancer, was important to both her and her family. One day, about a year into her marriage, Carolina Williams became extremely bloated and experienced terrible stomach pains which came on suddenly. Her husband knew something was seriously wrong when he found her unconscious on the floor from pain. He immediately brought her to the emergency room. There a physician conducted a CAT scan which revealed a large mass in her stomach that was diagnosed as a benign cyst. After four days of medical procedures to drain the cyst, a 7-pound solid tumor was removed and tested for cancer. “Once my doctor removed the tumor, I wanted to make sure that the hospital did the proper tests to check if the mass was cancerous,” says Carolina Williams. “I wasn’t going to leave it up to chance so I requested that an oncologist perform
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The City of Sylvania’s annual summer event is the famous River Ball Race on Saturday, July 16, at Harroun Park in downtown Sylvania. The race begins at 1:30 p.m. Numbered plastic balls are floated down 10 Mile Creek to a staging area. The first 80 to 100 captured at the finish gate represent ticket numbers sold previously through the early summer. This event is a great family affair with valuable prizes valued at $25 to $500. One of the big prizes is tickets for four to Cedar Point and an overnight stay at the Breakers Hotel at the Cedar Point Beach. There are prizes that will excite the young people, and mom and dad will enjoy the gift certificates. Tickets are sold at the City Administration Building Zoning Department, Brieschke’s Bakery, and the Parks and Forestry Building
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(ARA) - For many men, starting a weight gain, both play an important role weight loss regimen may seem unnecessary in healthy eating. Fats and carbohydrates and cumbersome. If you’re like a lot of are also not created equal - for instance, guys, you may be thinking that losing trans and saturated fats can increase your weight is a matter of staying active, and cholesterol while unsaturated fats can have watching what you eat is more work than the opposite effect. The key to healthy it’s worth. eating is getting the right balance of both. While men might think that weight Myth 3: Losing weight means you have loss plans are something better suited to eliminate alcohol. for women, the statistics show men are Reality: It’s true that consuming too more likely to be overweight than their many alcoholic beverages can lead to female counterparts. Where 72 percent of weight gain, but consuming in moderation American males are overweight, 64 percent can be part of a healthy diet, as long as you of women can be considered overweight, count those calories along with what you according to the most recent prevalence are eating. and trends report on obesity published in a Myth 4: Watching what you eat means 2010 issue of the Journal of the American you have to give up red meat. Medical Association. Reality: Some cuts of meat may contain Seeing the need to provide men with a lot of fat, but there are also a lot of lean a no-nonsense approach to losing weight, red meat options, which contain beneficial Weight Watchers recently launched its first protein, iron, zinc and vitamins. national advertising campaign targeted Myth 5: Weight loss works the same for directly at men. If you’re a man who everyone. would like to shed a few pounds, but has Reality: Your ability to lose weight previously been averse to trying a weight depends on many factors, and every loss plan, it may not be as bad as you might person’s metabolism is unique. Men think. Here are a few myths about male generally tend to lose weight faster than weight loss that may cause men to avoid women due to their body composition and eating healthier and the truth behind them. men also tend to be more physically active, Myth: Men only need to exercise to therefore burning more calories. lose weight. While you might think that following Reality: Unless you are working out a weight loss plan is a lot of work, it’s for hours each day, simply working out never been easier, as a plan like Weight and not worrying how many calories you Watchers Online For Men allows men to consume is not a good plan for shedding follow the Weight Watchers PointsPlus pounds. The fact is, burning calories program entirely online and offers mobile through exercise takes a lot longer than applications that can help you keep track it does to consume them. A 200-pound of what you are eating when you are on the man will burn about 450 calories during go. To learn more about the men’s plan, a three-mile run, according to Runner’s visit www.weightwatchers.com/men. World. An average hamburger or piece of Losing weight doesn’t have to mean cake contains about the same amount of giving up the foods you like for the latest calories. fad diet, but simply being more aware Myth 2: Low-fat or low-carb of what you are putting into your body. on Sylvania Metamora Road. Cost is $2.50 automatically means healthier. Finding a plan that can more easily help each or five tickets for $10. Your chances Reality: While overloading on fats you track your progress can make your of winning are great since only up to 2,000 and carbohydrates will likely lead to weight loss goals achievable. tickets are printed and there are 80 to 100 prizes. Welcome Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classi All the proceeds benefit the Sylvania Youth Conservation Corps program performing so Welcome Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic many valuable beautification and conservation projects in our Sylvania area. They also are the parks improvement and maintenance arm ® ® of the city’s Parks and Forestry Division. MEXICAN RESTAURANT & CANTINA MEXICAN RESTAURANT & CANTINA The Sylvania Youth Conservation Corps Ventura’s offers your delicious, spicy foods with a with is in its 18th year. Usually, 20 to 25 junior Ventura’s offers your delicious, spicy foods flavor a fla and freshness only found south of the border. high aged children are selected through and freshness only found south of the border. applications for this learn and earn program. Come & Join Us For a Hot Time Any Time Residents may have seen them during past years in their green shirts and hats working 7742 W. Bancroft, Toledo, OH diligently on beneficial projects in parks ® Just one mile west of McCord and on public lands. More than 15 major beautification projects are proudly completed 841-7523 each year.
the tests. I am glad that I pushed for this, because I was soon diagnosed with a gastrointestinal stromal tumor, or GIST, which is considered a rare form of cancer. I was then able to get the information I needed to help understand my disease.” When it comes to helping manage their own disease and acting as their own advocate, patients should seek out resources both through their physicians and reliable online websites. For some rare cancers, like GIST, there are a number of online resources, including www. GISTTheFactsInfo.com, an educational site for GIST patients and their families that was developed by Novartis Oncology. “It is so important for people with cancer, especially those with a rare cancer like me, to act as their own advocate when it comes to getting the right diagnosis, disease information and ultimately the right disease management plan,” says Carolina Williams. “Working with my doctor and learning more about my disease has helped me focus on the other important things in my life, including enjoying time with my husband and taking care of my son. They mean the world to me.” About Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GIST) GIST is a rare, life-threatening cancer of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Most cases of GIST develop in the stomach or small bowel. They often do not cause any specific symptoms, making it difficult to diagnose and to treat. The exact number of people diagnosed with GIST each year is not known. In the U.S. alone, the incidence of GIST is estimated to be up to 6,000 new cases each year. For more information about GIST go to www.GISTTheFactsInfo.com.
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(ARA) - Each year, 795,000 Americans suffer a stroke. Though stroke has dropped from the third to the fourth leading cause of death, it remains the leading cause of longterm disability in the U.S. Even more alarming is that strokes occur more often and are deadlier for Hispanics including young and middle-aged adults - than for other races and ethnicities. In fact, the average age for strokes among Hispanics is 67, considerably younger than for white Americans. Not all strokes are deadly. With rapid arrival at the hospital, there is a higher chance for people to reduce long-term disability and death. It is essential that people know the signs and symptoms of stroke and what to do when they witness someone having a stroke. In treating stroke, every minute counts. Treatments are available that greatly reduce the damage caused by a stroke. Knowing the symptoms of a stroke, making note of the time of the first stroke symptoms, and getting to the hospital quickly - within 60 minutes if possible - can help spare someone from serious long-term disability. “Fast action is crucial in reducing the long-term disabilities and deaths associated with stroke,” says Dr. Walter J. Koroshetz, deputy director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), part of the National Institutes of Health. “If you recognize a sign or symptom of stroke in your friend or loved one, dial 9-1-1 immediately.”
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A stroke occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted. Brain cells die when deprived of oxygen and nutrients provided by blood. Because stroke injures the brain, a person suffering a stroke may not realize what is happening. This is why NINDS recommends that bystanders act rapidly if they recognize any of the following signs of a stroke: * Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg (especially on one side of the body). * Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding speech. * Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes. * Sudden trouble walking, dizziness or loss of balance or coordination. * Sudden severe headache with no known cause. Making lifestyle changes can help prevent stroke. NINDS is addressing the high mortality rate of stroke by educating the public about the signs and symptoms of stroke and its risk factors, including high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, family history of stroke, high cholesterol and being overweight. People are advised to talk to their doctors and discuss any concerns about the risk factors of stroke, and find out what they can do to address them. More information on stroke, including how to reduce risk factors, is available from the NINDS. Order free Spanish-language materials by calling (800) 352-9424 or by visiting www. stroke.nih.gov.
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The American Heart Association stresses the importance of getting antioxidants from natural sources: fruits, vegetables and coffee. The coffee bean is, after all, a fruit. For many Americans, coffee is a daily habit, Much like the health benefits of red wine even an addiction. For others, it is a guilty have been separated from the detrimental pleasure. But some new research suggests that effects of excessive alcohol, coffee and caffeine coffee often gets a bad rap, and that coffee are beginning to be understood independent of drinkers have no need to be ashamed. one another. The truth is that adults will not see “Coffee has been blamed for everything any negative effects from caffeine - and will from indigestion to cancer,” says Dr. Roseane get all the healthy benefits of coffee - as long M. Santos, co-author of “An Unashamed as they limit their intake to three to four cups of Defense of Coffee: 101 Reasons to Drink Coffee regular coffee per day. Without Guilt.” “But almost everything people Adults are not the only ones who are drinking think about coffee is wrong. It’s actually one of coffee, Santos says. “In Brazil, my native the healthiest beverages we can consume.” country, the health ministry recommends coffee Santos is a professor at South University’s with milk for schoolchildren’s breakfasts, since school of pharmacy in Savannah, Ga., where it improves memory and attention skills.” she runs a research team focused on coffee and Santos does raise one warning to those who health. And while many health experts now would turn to coffee as a health drink. The advise drinking a glass of red wine each day, blacker your ground coffee is, the less healthy Santos would recommend drinking coffee as it is. The reason is that when coffee is roasted well. for too long, there is not much left but caffeine. Santos is certainly not alone in thinking that Most of the nutrients have been chemically coffee can be healthy. But some health experts altered by the roasting process. have been slow to warm up to its beneficial As for indigestion, “There is no evidence that effects. coffee causes gastric problems,” says Santos, Why don’t more experts recommend coffee? citing a 2006 study by Stanford University It probably stems from the fact that for decades, researchers Kaltenbach, Crockett and Gerson. people have focused on one component of “Some people may be intolerant of coffee or coffee - caffeine. But coffee is much more than caffeine, just as some people are intolerant of a steaming cup of get-up-and-go. It contains hot pepper sauce or dairy products. But daily important minerals such as potassium, iron and coffee intake cannot be considered responsible zinc, and an abundance of natural antioxidants for the onset of gastric ulcers or gastritis in known as chlorogenic acids. healthy people.” “The age- and cancer-fighting qualities And cancer? There was a scare in the early of antioxidants are well known to the health- 1980s when a study initially tied coffee to a conscious,” explains Santos. “But what is less higher risk of pancreatic cancer. But follow-up well known, and what the American Heart research determined that smoking, not coffee, Association recommends, is the importance of was the real cause. getting antioxidants from natural sources: fruits, So grab that cup of coffee and sip to vegetables and coffee. The coffee bean is, after your health. There’s no need to be ashamed all, a fruit.” anymore.
Lourdes Baseball Team signs two standouts to program recently
The Lourdes baseball team has signed two players from the 2011 City League Champion Start High School baseball team. Marty Hall and Andrew Lepiarz signed with head baseball coach Andy Ham. “I am very pleased to sign both Marty and Andy,” Coach Ham said. “They come from one of the best baseball programs in Northwest Ohio and will hopefully contribute right away for us.” Hall signed back in April and was the four-year starting first baseman for the Spartans. He brings a strong, left-handed bat to the Gray Wolves. He was one of the best hitters in all of the Toledo City League by batting .391 with 23 RBIs, four doubles, and four steals his junior season. Hall not only brings a strong bat to Lourdes, but a strong glove as well as one of the top defensive first baseman in Toledo. “I chose Lourdes because of the small class sizes and because I think we will have a decent team,” Hall said. “Our team has the chance to develop into something special in the first four years.” “I’m very excited to have Marty join our team,” Coach Ham said. “He’s a big kid with a lot of potential. He will most likely bat in the middle of our lineup.” Lepiarz signed on May 27 and is a left-handed pitcher and four year member of Start’s varsity baseball team. He is one of the leaders in strikeouts and earned run average in the Northwest Ohio region which made him one of the top pitching prospects in the area. Lepiarz was a Crossroads Series All-State player and was a Buckeye Scout invite and participant in 2010. For his efforts on the mound, Lepiarz
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ProMedica sponsored golf events help raise funds for area healthcare services -- many outings planned
The summer golf season is in full swing at ProMedica. ProMedica’s not-for-profit foundations will host various golf benefits and pro-am tournaments in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. All events will help raise money for various hospital programs and services including medical equipment, and programs and services to enhance patient care at ProMedica facilities. Previous events that were organized by foundation staff and community volunteers raised money for medical technology, such as digital mammography, cancer care, autism care, safe patient handling equipment, and the construction of several new healthcare facilities. This year, donations from Toledo Children’s Hospital’s golf benefit will go toward the Autism Collaborative, an innovative community partnership to improve the education, research, programs, and services to support individuals and families affected by autism. Depending on the date and time you choose to tee off, breakfast, lunch or dinner may be included for golfers and their guests. Golf instructors and pros may also be available to the players at some of the event locations. Those who do not plan on playing can join players at the event celebrations, auctions and award ceremonies. Advanced reservations are required for each event. Here’s a list of upcoming events:
was named to the All-City League and All-District teams for 2009 and 2010 and is expected to again this season. He was also named to the 2011 All-Ohio Mizuno Team. Lepiarz holds most of the pitching records in Start baseball history. “I chose Lourdes because it is a new program and a great opportunity for me,” Lepiarz said. “It’s exciting to be part of the building process of a team and it will be exciting how far we take it.”
“We are very excited to have Drew join our program,” Coach Ham said. “He has a strong left arm and will hopefully contribute right away for us.” Hall has chosen to study business management while Lepiarz has chosen to study education at Lourdes with a concentration in social studies. With the additions of Hall and Lepiarz, the Lourdes baseball team now has 30 members. They are scheduled to begin play next spring.
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South Toledo Pediatric Associates are members of your community, working to improve your child’s health and well-being. Since 1955, we have continued to grow. We proudly welcome Christine Stahle, MD, a board-certified pediatrician.
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