Home / Departments / Health & Beauty (page 3)

Health & Beauty

Work It

Eagle resident Lindsi Sanor gives you an ultimatum. Story by Dani Allsop Photography Courtesy of Ultimatum As a mother of four, Lindsi Sanor knows what it is like to be constantly on the go, with little time for herself. Despite ...

Read More »

Changing Lives

Mother’s Day cards give local refugees a chance to succeed. By Liza Long This Mother’s Day, one Eagle-based non-profit social enterprise will make a real difference in the lives of local refugees. Full Circle Exchange hired more than 60 refugees ...

Read More »

Berg Toys of Idaho

Local resident Scott Graf shares his connection and love for the Berg Go-kart. By EM Staff Writer Photography By James Max Scott Graf says this story starts about a year ago when his then 4 year old daughter, Camryn, became ...

Read More »

Get Real

The Real Food Movement gains ground in Eagle. By Shawn King Photography by Candace Sweet “The closer we get to the dirt as consumers, the happier and healthier we’ll be.” Though this statement is probably not accepted as an axiom ...

Read More »

Handmade Holiday

There is something in all of us that wants to get crafty this time of year, but do-it-yourself doesn’t have to drive you insane. By Taylor Cunningham and Kate Matthews Photography by Kate Matthews and Courtesy of Alene Hortin It ...

Read More »

Health & Beauty: Happy Hunting

Christy Lawton’s Street Fox matchmaking service offers insight and success for professional singes looking for love By Kate Matthews Photography by Nena Earl Eagle is not typically known for its burgeoning singles scene. Instead, our idyllic town is more commonly ...

Read More »

Health & Beauty: A Natural Beauty

Eagle’s Kristen Lohman Burris offers hope and inspiration to couples struggling to conceive By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Nena Earl “Success is not born from luck or education or timing or being on the cutting edge,” counsels Eagle resident ...

Read More »

Health & Beauty: Text Me Maybe

As technology takes over our daily communications are we losing our hearts to the digital divide? By Emily Fonnesbeck Photography by Copper Chadwick It’s the twenty-first century and we are all neck-deep in technology. Gone are the days of dial-up, ...

Read More »