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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

  Thanks to the three readers that responded to the editorial post of last Tuesday. Their questions were; "What is SAD? "   "Where do you find a light box that will help me fight the winter blues?"  and "I have a sun lamp will that help clear up my muddy and unclear thinking?"  I am not an expert on these issues but depend on my doctor [...]

Thursday, November 18, 2010 is Packing Day for Military Mailings

Thursday, November 18, 2010 is Packing Day for Military Mailings

Today the message is to bring cookies to VFW Post 2203 located on Highway 39 just north of Shell Knob proper.  Today is a work day for volunteers that are collecting and packing items to send to the troops in Afghanistan.  If you do not have time to make cookies Country Fresh Market in Shell Knob has a large collection of cookies all ready baked [...]

Medicare Information is Available and FREE

Medicare Information is Available and FREE

Sign In to MyMedicare.gov If you feel comfortable to using a computer for research, go to the link above and have your supplemental policy in hand along with a list of any drugs you are currently taking.  If you do not have a computer handy you can go to your local library and they will help you log on and it is a user friendly web [...]

Muddy and Foggy Thinking Can Mess Up Holidays

Editorial-from Paula Bear The holidays can be taxing with parties and lots of activities.  Too much food and too much alcohol can cause medical issues and hurt feelings.  Some things we need to think about is how to ward off these mental issues  and build a brain that is clearer.  Remember if you are  taking meds, alcohol can interfere [...]

Martha Shares Senior Notes from the Shell Knob Senior Center

By Martha Buessing This has been a busy and productive Fall.  The Dogwood Garden Club members came in and helped several of the ladies plant white paper narcissus, then gave them to them as a gift, along with a generous amount of homemade cookies. I know the ladies enjoyed the afternoon. Thank you so much, what a nice thing to do for the [...]

Information Site for Missouri

Contributor: Mike Baker This site offers a great deal of free information for  Missourians and visitors . http://www.miacx.org/default.aspx/MenuItemID/253/MenuGroup/Home-MO.htm

COPD Advocate, Ray Ritchey

COPD is an acronym for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. This medical condition is becoming a major player in the health and death of Americans today. COPD is a serious lung disease that makes breathing difficult. It includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis, and is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. It has the potential [...]

Fair Ballot Language Information Site

Fair Ballot Language Information Site

This site will help in understanding  the amendments and propositions that are on the ballot this year.  This information was researched and contributed by Jan Schliem.  http://www.sos.mo.gov/elections/2010ballot/ 2010 Ballot Measures The following ballot measures have been certified for the November 2, 2010 general [...]

How to Find Your Polling Place-Editorial

How to Find Your Polling Place-Editorial

Please vote on Next TUESDAY! If you do not know where to vote there are several places and sources that can help you.   #1 If you have access to a computer, go to the Internet, type in www.mo.gov and in the search slot, type in Election and you will be able to access the polling locations and a Sample Ballot. They will ask you your address [...]

Editoral Comment-by Steve Crandall–Oct. 22, 2010

Editoral Comment-by Steve Crandall–Oct. 22, 2010

The following  letter to the editor was submitted on Friday, Oct. 22, 2010.  The Ozark Advertiser welcomes emails, letters, and communications concerning the promotion of the Ozark citizens and their lifestyles.  We reserve the right to not  publish items that are unsigned or demeaning in nature.  The following letter sheds light on one of [...]

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