Jackson County health code violations for the week of May 20
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Last week was National Women’s Health Week and in an article written by Catherine Al-Meten and published in examiner.com she writes, “it is a time for raising awareness and a time for asking ourselves what we could do to improve our health and well being. After doing an assessment of how you are living currently, and paying attention to where you may be out of balance or in need of support, we next look at some ways to become more proactive with your own health. What are some steps you can take?”
54TH STREET BAR & GRILL
Lee’s Summit Medical Center for a third time has earned an “A” for hospital safety.
It’s inevitable: As you get older, you slow down. A 40-year-old person moves more slowly than a 20-year-old. A 70-year-old can’t be expected to keep up with a 50-year-old on a bike or a hike. It’s only natural, right?
AIKOU CHINESE RESTAURANT
Bright, vibrant color and playful chubby little birds can be found inside the walls of City Hall. Cheerful springtime scenes are now on display by artist Claudia True.
For artist Shelia Borne-Bundy it’s all in the details. Auditor by day, and painter by early morning, she finds herself creating before work from 3-6 a.m. “I usually work on six paintings at a time,” Borne-Bundy said. Working on multiple projects gives her the chance to let each painting rest and come to life.
COMFORT INN & SUITES
According to the American Dietetic Association, during summer vacation time, it is important that parents take an active role to make sure our kids eat healthy and stay active.
BUFFALO WILD WINGS GRILL AND BAR
Consumer Reports recently released a new guide called “How Safe is Your Hosptial?” which includes ratings for Lee’s Summit area hospitals.