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It’s late evening, dinner has passed, and you are sitting around watching television, on the internet, or using your mobile device. Maybe boredom creeps in, or maybe it’s just a habit, but you find yourself eating and not really paying … Continue reading
York’s Eat Play Breathe program will get a $100,000 boost to fight childhood obesity, thanks to a grant from the American Beverage Association and the The United States Conference of Mayors. York was one of six cities across the country … Continue reading
Many people spend eight or more hours a day sitting in a chair, and it’s not good for your health.
This fall, four participants at Gruver Fitness Outdoor Boot Camp reached a milestone: They lost 100 pounds.
Michelle Shearer, Director of Residential Services at TrueNorth Wellness Services, a behavioral health and wellness agency located throughout central Pennsylvania, shared her tips for maintaining your weight during the holidays.
Wellness Wrap 11/15/13: New cholesterol screening guidelines; Amy Robach’s revelation; Running and beer
The weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news. Share your thoughts and links in a comment or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Big cholesterol news: On Tuesday, the American Heart Association and … Continue reading
As a writer, I’m almost always working under a tight deadline. Last Tuesday was a particularly important one, and I was rushing to churn out a few more paragraphs while simultaneously eating lunch. I happened to glance at the clock … Continue reading
The weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news. Share your thoughts and links in a comment or email email@example.com. In the news: York Daily Record reporter Ed Mahon wrote about how funding for the Supplemental Nutrition … Continue reading
With the cool air of fall comes an influx of high-calorie foods. Here’s how to stay fit — and enjoy — the holiday season.