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EAT WELL TO BE WELL: Two Ways to Weigh Less this Summer

Eat well to be well

In a blink of an eye, summer will be here. It’s time to bring out sleeveless tops and shorts. Many of us look forward to this time of year but for others, it may be a difficult transitional time if they are weighing more than they would like. It shouldn’t be news to anyone that obesity is a problem not only in this country but around the world.

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Semi rollover on Highway 31

OSAGE CITY — A semi traveling westbound toward Osage City turned over this morning at about 5 a.m. on Highway 31 after the vehicle’s load shifted proceeding a left hand turn from South Wannamaker Road. Through traffic had to be detoured. The Osage County Sheriff's Office worked on the accident.

“I was not the first one on the scene, the sheriff's office was,” said Sergeant Scott Farmer. “Nobody’s hurt, it was a single occupant rollover.”

According to Laurie Dunn, Sheriff, the road has since been cleared of obstructions.

EAT WELL TO BE WELL: Two nutrients necessary to keep a sharp mind and clear eyesight

Eat well to be well

When it comes to nutrients protecting and maintaining eye and brain health, there are two words everyone should be familiar with - lutein and zeaxanthin. This twosome are key nutrients that have substantial evidence-based science indicating the role they play in keeping two very important organs – the eyes and the brain - healthy and working their best.

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