Lifestyle

Five reasons why Dallas might be bad for people’s health

Five reasons why Dallas might be bad for people’s health

April 13, 2014 at 5:24 pm 0 comments

No city in America is perfect, and each has area-specifc problems that effect the health of their residents. Everything from air pollution and communicable diseases to obesity rates and substance abuse are health issues for cities.

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Students diet for summer

Students diet for summer

April 10, 2014 at 10:05 pm 0 comments

Besides Dedman Center becoming noticeably more crowded, students like Sydney Maners, sophomore and advertising major at SMU, are making changes to their eating habits as they get in shape for soaking up the sun.

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Juicing craze hits Dallas

Juicing craze hits Dallas

April 10, 2014 at 10:04 pm 0 comments

By Brooke O’Hare Jump on the new health kick and fad with a juice.   Juice bars are becoming extremely popular throughout cities and shopping centers. They have slowly made its way into coffee shops and yogurt places throughout the United States. Now people are seeing a new trend of […]

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Other countries are living longer than most Americans

Other countries are living longer than most Americans

April 7, 2014 at 5:41 pm 0 comments

Although Americans are living longer, we aren’t living as long as people in other countries.

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Looking past the blue and white at Kosta’s Cafe

Looking past the blue and white at Kosta’s Cafe

April 3, 2014 at 10:34 pm 0 comments

With its Grecian-style blue and white paint job and cozy appearance, Kostas Cafe is almost hidden in plain sight on Greenville Avenue. On most days during the hours of lunch and dinner, restaurant owner Kostas Ioannides can be found sitting quietly at a table beside a window in the back […]

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Enjoying weekend brunch

Enjoying weekend brunch

April 3, 2014 at 10:29 pm 0 comments

By Brooke O’Hare Fashion and style may go in and out of season, but one thing that remains consistent throughout Dallas every weekend happens to be brunch. No matter what part of Dallas people live in, every restaurant thrives and stays packed during brunch time. A consistent flow of people […]

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Contemporary jewelry boutique brings a touch of Austin to Dallas

Contemporary jewelry boutique brings a touch of Austin to Dallas

April 3, 2014 at 9:33 am 0 comments

Looking for a fresh start, Austin native Adriane Sack opened her store, Gemma Collection, in SMU’s backyard.

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Art therapy improves health conditions and mental disorders

Art therapy improves health conditions and mental disorders

March 30, 2014 at 6:41 pm 0 comments

An effective treatment for coping with health conditions and mental disorders, art therapy integrates psychotherapy with creativity to improve well-being.

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Number One brings organic warmth to Highland Park

Number One brings organic warmth to Highland Park

March 27, 2014 at 11:16 pm 1 comment

Local cafe Number One is launching a new seasonal menu for the summer. Located in Highland Park Village, Number One is a go-to coffee shop for the residents of the Park Cities. All in one location, the cafe offers coffee from Blue Bottle Coffee Co., organic eats, and clothing and […]

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Grocer attracts organic enthusiasts

Grocer attracts organic enthusiasts

March 27, 2014 at 11:09 pm 0 comments

Healthier options are starting to leave a mark on Dallas. Juicing, the paleo diet and going gluten-free have become thriving trends. Green Grocer, a local and organic grocery store located on lower Greenville Avenue, fully endorses this healthy movement by educating people about the benefits of nutritious eating.   “If […]

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