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Fred Rogers, the host and creator of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, stated, “Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning.” What better place to practice than on a playground? Outdoor playground play improves physical, mental and social health. … Continue reading
As someone who likes to cook, I’ve certainly acquired a lot of different herbs, flavorings and spices over the years. This week I decided it was definitely time to purge my spice shelf.
I decided yoga is kind of a hipster retro thing, and since I was going to the yoga studio in the city it was even more hipster, and since I decided I was going to bike there, that made it way more hipster, so much so that I should get some kind of hipster award – like an antique typewriter I can bring with me to Starbucks instead of my laptop.
Well here we are on the brink of September with many families sending their kids back to school. Many of us spent some time in the past three months relaxing and taking a much needed break from the daily grind of routine. I, however, spent a three month period from late April to late July riding a bicycle for the ALS Association.
Last month’s article by the York County Area Agency on Aging was on the topic of exercise for the older adult. Today’s topic goes hand-in-hand with physical activity. How does increasing age affect eating? What’s important to know?
Setbacks are unfortunately a part of every person’s life. We can’t control that problems interfere in our plans. What we can control is our attitude about these challenges and how we can try to work within our stumbling blocks to counteract the effects such a change can bring to our health.
If you knew smokers die 10 years earlier than non-smokers, would you stop lighting up?
When I first started counseling, I went in with the wispy attitude of a college-aged young adult. Go in, talk, leave, feel better. Level up. Move on. Soon enough, I realized that wasn’t the case. And now, I’m going back. When … Continue reading
What: 2015 York County heart and stroke walks: non-competitive 1 mile loop, Hanover walk includes a 3 mile option. Vendors, health information, blood pressure screenings, CPR demonstrations, team photos, entertainment, healthy snacks and activities for kids. Who: Workplaces, community groups, … Continue reading