Parable of the Stacked Stones

Parable of the Stacked Stones

By: Dr. Mike Olpin I love to bike, hike, and run in the hills and mountains of northern and southern Utah. I love the workout of going up. I love the thrill and speed of coming down. Best of all, I love the views I get when I reach the tops of the trails. I particularly enjoy one trail that happens to be located only a few short minutes from where I live. Within minutes from home, I can find myself on a path where it immediately feels like no city exists anywhere nearby. I disappear into undeveloped terrain. As I ride, walk, or run along this trail, I head to the top that is only about 3 miles up the hill. However, it is a rise in elevation of about 1000 feet. It is a terrific workout by bike or on foot. Even more wonderful is the adventure I get each time I travel up the hill. The journey is varied and changing. On occasion,...
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To Sanitize or Not to Sanitize

To Sanitize or Not to Sanitize

To Sanitize or Not to Sanitize [divider style="shadow"] Hand sanitizers were originally designed to help those in hospitals and health care settings who work in relatively clean places and frequently wash their hands. Sanitizers do not work well on dirty hands. In fact, the longer it has been since someone has washed their hands, the less effective a hand sanitizer is likely to be. (more…)...
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