The circulatory system is quite remarkable, pumping oxygenated blood throughout the body to keep cells alive and organs operating properly. According to The Franklin Institute’s human heart data, if every capillary, artery and vein were laid out in a straight line, the average adult has 100,000 miles worth of blood vessels.
Many people consume alcohol when attending summer parties, holiday gatherings or weddings. Children in attendance may see adults drinking and having a good time and wonder why alcohol is off-limits to them.
The nonprofit FreeThought Fort Wayne, a chapter of American Humanist Association, will be hosting its first annual FreeThought Picnic and Bubble Fair this weekend in Kettler Park. This family-friendly event will feature food, drinks and games such as basketball, corn hole and frisbee. Children can also make gigantic bubbles with a special recipe and wands.
The last several years have seen a series of economic ups and downs. Managing careers amid such instability has been challenging for many individuals, but professionals looking for more security can take steps to find careers that promise more long-term stability.
A healthy mouth is good for more than just a pretty smile. Oral health can affect the entire body, making dental care more than just a cosmetic concern.
As technology has made working remotely easier, more and more professionals are working from home. Working from home can help working parents save money on childcare costs and help all workers avoid rush hour traffic jams and the costs of commuting to and from the office.
Harrison College, the Fort Wayne Women’s Bureau and Dress for Success Fort Wayne are hosting a forum for women to discuss preparing for and advancing in their careers on Thursday, August 13, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at Harrison’s Fort Wayne campus at 6413 North Clinton Street.
Parents have a lot on their plate: housing costs, healthcare, caring for elderly parents, raising kids, just to name a few. As the new school year approaches, they face additional stressors — paying for back-to-school supplies, clothes and possibly tuition. Many parents may also be worried about their children starting a new school, changing school districts, facing a more rigorous academic year or dealing with difficult social situations.
Fort Wayne, Ind. – With Fort Wayne Community Schools students returning to class Tuesday, the City of Fort Wayne has been working this summer to make the transition for students walking or biking to school safer through improvements to intersections, additional crossing guards and maps for parents and guardians to help plan safe pedestrian routes to schools.
A cell phone lot is now open at Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA), allowing quick and convenient passenger pick-up from the terminal. The cell phone lot was created due to the airport’s recent traffic growth and resulting curbside congestion during heavy travel periods.