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Monthly Archives: October 2015
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The Holidays are coming. It feels like every year, this stretches longer and longer. At this point, the holidays basically last the third week of October through New Years. Pumpkin muffins lead to Halloween candy leads to turkey dinners and … Continue reading
1440 minutes. Everyone gets the exact same number of minutes each day to devote to healthy pursuits that benefit your body or to waste on lost opportunities for self-improvement. We all can probably think of one person that is super busy, whether it is that teacher who also coaches basketball or your surgeon who still managed to train for a marathon last year. Believe it or not, there are super busy people that still manage to eat healthy despite a full schedule.
October is the season for Halloween and spooky things — right? Recently, I read some pretty scary statistics. Did you know that more people died of drug overdoses in York County in 2014 than in almost any other Pennsylvania county?
Creating and maintaining an exercise schedule can be challenging. Family life, work, volunteer activities and other factors can make it difficult to stay committed to “working out”. Getting started on a new fitness regimen is often exciting and the new-ness … Continue reading
A pop-up apple handout station in York’s Continental Square will be hosted by Family First Health from noon to 1 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Leave my apartment and turn left, and I can spend a few miles running through lightly traveled tree-lined neighborhoods. Leave my apartment and turn right, and I can go from the heart of the city to cows grazing in a … Continue reading
There is one key element in determining your weight: Calories!