Good Neighbor Days starts tonight, and we have all the highlights you'll want to know before you go.
Tony Award winning Broadway productions come to the River City. Find out more about this season's exciting schedule coming soon to the Peoria Civic Center.
Understanding your risk of having a stroke could save your life. What you need to know to stay healthy.
If you're looking for a pet, why not consider adopting one? It can literally save lives, we'll tell you how.
Central Illinois' own Brushville stops by Living Well just ahead of their big performance at the Heartland Hero Benefit Concert at the Peoria Civic Center.
Lieutenant Colonel Patricia Pie knows what it takes to reach the top. We're so thrilled she stopped by Living Well to give us a preview of what she'll share tomorrow at the ELITE Youth Program's 2015 Graduation and Awards ceremony. She has been invited to give the keynote address.
A devoted Wildlife Prairie Park volunteer brings an historic piece back to life with hard work and determination.
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month, and in honor of the men and women who enjoy riding their bikes--here are some tips to help everyone stay safe on the road.
Have you considered how you want to be cared for--in the event you are unable to care for or speak for yourself? It's not a popular topic of conversation, but it's necessary to discuss it. If you haven't done it yet, three local hospitals are offering to help you during a special event in recognition of National Healthcare Decisions Day.
Losing weight is challenging, but Medi Weightloss Clinics offer the help you need to make it happen.
A 15 year old Autistic girl and her family were kicked off a plane. The reason why may surprise you.
A Chicago woman is blaming Facebook for the dissolution of her marriage. One of the things her husband hated...the fact that she was friends with some of her exes on Facebook. They even messaged each other. It's something that has me wondering, is that OK?
An amateur study into what lies beneath men's beards causes WMBD Producer, Chris Newman, to take a stand.
OSF St. Francis Medical Center Emergency Physician Dr. Tudor explains the warning signals of strike, and says timing is everything.
Come out and enjoy an all you can eat spaghetti dinner while helping our friends at the Association for Developmentally Disabled in Woodford County.
An award winning athlete shares the story of her journey to the top--after facing a life changing obstacle. How she's reaching out to encourage others to do the same.
Easter Seals brings in a panel of heavy hitters to discuss how we can boost the economy on a global scale. It's all a part of their Annual Leadership Summit that benefits their cause which is near and dear to our hearts. Find out how and where you can learn more and participate in it.
The 25th annual A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Rally is this weekend. Find out how you can grab your bike and join the parade.
How often do you drink water from a water bottle? It may not seem like a big deal--but if you're not recycling, it can cause serious problems for our planet. Our friend Dave Osborn, from Trouble Free Inc., has tips you can use to help.
Wildlife Prairie Park will be all abuzz with activity this weekend, and it's all for a good cause.
The Military Order of the Purple Heart receives a special gift for their hard work and dedication to our community.
Gluten is harmless to many of us, but to a select group of the US population its effects can be devastating. Learn more about the Evils of Gluten.
The Fantastic D'Nordo stops by to bring a little magic to Living Well, and tell us all about his upcoming show featuring Peoria Magicians on April 25th.
A Bradley student promotes Autism Awareness by sharing the link between Autism and nutrition.
WMBD's Chief Meteorologist Chris Yates makes his on-air debut today on Living Well.
Acne--it's something most of us have to experience. So, we buy creams, scrubs, and just about anything we can get our hands on to make it go away. Dr. Stephanie Frisch, from Central Illinois Dermatology, stops by to tell us what works.
Have you ever heard of "Prehab?" It's just another way IPMR's STAR program helps win the fight against cancer.
Learn how you can help raise awareness and save the lives of children who fall victim to child abuse.
Understanding your stroke risk can save your life or the life of someone you know. Dr. Maureen Mathews, from The Comprehensive Stroke Center at OSF St. Francis, tells us what we need to look out for--to be safe.
A special treat is in store for single Moms--a day of well deserved pampering.
Dr. Michael Grossman from Illinois Retina and Eye Associates stops by to give helpful advice about treating cataracts.
Caterpillar pays homage to the Peoria Dieselettes with an exciting new exhibit.
Easter egg hunts aren't just for kids. Your dog can join in the fun, too.
Chef Charles, from the Heart of Illinois Chef's Association, stopped by to brighten our day with a seafood dish that tantalized our taste buds.
Pekin First Nazarene puts a new spin on the passion play in a new production entitled, "I Won't Go Back."
Chef Mark creates a recipe for chicken salad that is sure to tempt your tastebuds.
If you're heading to Peoria's Civic Center to catch some of the IHSA games, we have some Concession Stand highlights you will definitely want to try.
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EP!C will soon host its 4th annual Bon Appetit Live event.
Ryan Stewart from Landmark joins Marvis and clears up some common misconceptions about losing weight.
Chef Charles makes a flavorful dish.
The Bluegrass Martins give a live performance and sit down with Marvis to talk about their central Illinois performance.
Marvis introduces the newest Living Well anchor before she takes over soon.
Kristi shares a few exercises you can do from a chair.
Dr. Michael Grossman, a comprehensive ophthalmologist, shares details on symptoms of cataracts and how to treat them.
Astrid Stewart from EP!C joined Marvis in the studio to talk about a new partnership between EP!C and Peoria Eats.
An exhibit showcasing some of Caterpillar’s unique history will soon open at the CAT Visitors Center.
Sherry Cannon joins Marvis to talk about the upcoming 'Soup for the Soul' fundraiser benefiting the Hope Renewed Youth Conference.
Chef Charles makes a hearty soup for the wintry weather.
15 professional artists converge to exude ingenuity of art design! February 21 - February 22, 2015 6 to 8 pm Gateway Building - Downtown Riverfront | 200 NE Water Street | Peoria, IL An unconventional art exhibition that will radically transform the way you view art! http://www.peoriaartguild.org/!/GuessYouHadToBe