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Author Archives: Leigh Zaleski
Skip sugary lemonades and margaritas, and try Hanover Hospital’s lighter recipes for seasonal favorites.
Instead of eating last night’s pizza for breakfast, try this recipe for Breakfast Stromboli.
A family game of basketball reminds healthy living blogger Leigh Zaleski how much fun fitness can be.
Substitute lean turkey for ground beef or pork in meatballs and cut back on calories and fat.
The community health center surprised seniors with healthy sides for their lunches.
Healthy Kids Camp 2013 will focus on physical activity and nutrition.
Modify this exercise with movement or resistance.
Sometimes advertisements imply that foods are healthy. But really, consumers need to check nutrition information to see how these products measure up.
The rain didn’t stop Zumba enthusiasts and some newcomers from dancing in the rain.
The group for seniors wants others to know that age isn’t a barrier to staying active.