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Market Basket of the Month is an educational program that was developed to create healthy habits for students. Each month, a different produce item is featured. Educational resources developed by WellSpan Health Community Health and Wellness educators are supplied to … Continue reading
We will be having a guest contributor for the next couple months from Girls on the Run, Lora Nowak, who is a 6th grader at Dallastown Intermediate School. She is working toward her goals and will be participating in the … Continue reading
“Viewing wellness as not only the absence of illness or disease but as an overall goal that encompasses emotional, social, spiritual and other elements is the first step in improving your overall well-being.” –Trout By Garrett Trout, CEO at … Continue reading
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“How many times a day should we brush our teeth?” “Two!” How many minutes should we spend brushing our teeth?” “Two!” “How many times a year should we visit the dentist?” “Two!” Students emphatically yell the answers as an educator … Continue reading
Yoga is an important part of my daily schedule. I practice at three different locations (four if I include my college-daughter’s empty bedroom) and am definitely “out of sorts” if I miss my “yoga-time.” I am somewhat fanatical about exercise; … Continue reading
Governor Tom Wolf announced today that the Heritage Rail Trail in York County won Pennsylvania’s 2015 Trail of the Year. “I’m excited that a trail in York County has received this special designation,” Governor Tom Wolf said in a news … Continue reading
Julie Stefanski, clinical dietitian at WellSpan Health With cold and flu season in full swing, there’s a chance you may start taking a new prescription or over the counter medication you haven’t used before. Many people are aware that medications … Continue reading
The right kind of soup can fit with many different health goals. Soup can add hydration without caffeine, and weight loss experts point to the soup habit of many Asian cultures in helping them to stay lean and healthy. Starting a meal with a low calorie, broth based soup, fills the stomach. This fullness can help us eat smaller portions of the rest of the meal if you’re trying to trim your portions.