Allegent Community Federal Credit Union—Everything You Need and More!

For most people, if you have a stake in something, you tend to care more for that thing and work to make it successful. That holds true for financial institutions as well and is the primary difference between a bank and a credit union. Like banks, credit unions are financial institutions, but unlike them, it is the members who own the credit union. Therefore, the members have a vested interest in it and naturally strive to make their credit union more convenient and financially worthwhile. [Read more…]

Dr. Bridget Chufo

Dr. Bridget Chufo has been coined the “Wise Woman of Weight Loss” for several reasons.  She is one of the few people in the country who actually studied and researched weight loss and obesity from the acclaimed New York and Duke Universities Since 1980, she has helped millions of people throughout the world lose weight and get a handle on their eating.  She uses an approach based on psychology, nutrition and getting to know and appreciate a client’s wants and needs with food and drink according to their lifestyleShe helps her clients break the habits of being themselves regarding what goes into their mouths. She uses quality customized supplements that curtail the appetite, both physically and emotionally, take away cravings from boredom, anxiety, stress, happiness and sadness, make one feel energized, and help shape the body, taking off multiple inches.                                           

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Oxford Athletic Club—The Best by Design

If you could design your ideal fitness club, what would it be like? Would it have an attractive ambiance? Would it have the latest in fitness programs, equipment and facilities?  Would it have a professional, highly-trained staff? Would it be a place that you looked forward to visiting? If so, the newly renovated Oxford Athletic Club in Wexford fits the bill because it has been designed to be the best club in the area, one where it makes personal wellness a way of life—whether you are an elite athlete, a busy mom or dad, or a senior seeking to maintain an active life. [Read more…]

Senior Living Just Got Smarter

Terrace Place at Vincentian set to open this spring

Terrace Place at Vincentian Grand Opening Spring 2019
Terrace Place is…
• a brand new 91-unit Independent Living community designed for active individuals and couples 55+
• conveniently located in the heart of McCandless at 9399 Babcock Blvd
• a smarter choice in senior living, with all the benefits of Vincentian’s continuum of care
… and so much more!
For more information or to view a virtual tour, visit www.TerracePlace.org
Model apartments are now open! Call 412-548-4100 or e-mail lhayard@vcs.org to schedule your personal tour.
To learn more about Vincentian, or to make a donation, visit www.vcs.org.

“Alexa, start my day.” Van Morrison’s Days Like This trumpets through the smart speaker. Lights in the bathroom turn on automatically, washing the floor in a lit pathway. An auto-generated customized text message, “Dad’s up! Have a great day at work, son.” is sent across the country. And Alexa belts out a reminder about Charlie’s invitation to poker night and a doctor’s appointment later this week. [Read more…]

Passavant Hospital Foundation

HOW A HOSPITAL EMPLOYEE BECAME A PATIENT, THEN A GENEROUS DONOR

Matt Morrow, 51, is a senior manager in Information Technology at UPMC Passavant. He has worked at the hospital for 18 years, so when he was diagnosed with colorectal cancer two years ago, there was never any doubt where he would seek treatment.  “Like the commercials say, ‘I didn’t choose to get cancer, but I did choose UPMC,’” he says. “The people here are like family to me, and this is my second home.”  Since his diagnosis, Matt has endured 37 chemotherapy treatments, each lasting upwards of five hours.  “I’ve worked at the hospital all these years but now I realize what the patients go through,” he said.

The Keystone Oaks varsity football team, where Matt’s son, CJ, is a senior player, showed its support by accepting donations and selling wristbands and t-shirts for Matt’s fight against cancer. They sold out of 200 shirts and 200 wristbands in just two games.   “Two years later, people are still wearing them,” CJ says. “It’s great.” [Read more…]