About this blogWe want to create a fun and inviting space to share knowledge about healthy living to help our community get stronger and feel better. We don't want you to sweat the small stuff -- having the latest tennis shoes, belonging to the best gym or running a mile in record time. We want you to know that it's not a big deal to get started -- or keep going -- in this health and fitness journey. We want this blog to be a place for everyone -- no matter what your interest or fitness level. We can all do this together. No Sweat, York.
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Category Archives: Wellness
Regular exercise can prevent a host of medical issues in dogs and cats. Plus you can burn calories without hitting the gym.
I got an email Thursday evening from one of our regular No Sweat, York contributors, Cori Strathmeyer, with some bad news. As the director of healthy living at YMCA of York County, Cori has shared with us her many tips … Continue reading
Today, according to the York City Bureau of Health, 44 percent of York children aged 2 to 19 are overweight or obese. In addition, most students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the … Continue reading
On any given day, I’m probably way more stressed out than I need to be. I constantly worry, even about small things I know I shouldn’t stress over. Do I have enough gas in my car to get to work? … Continue reading
Warmer weather means sandal season is right around the corner. Are your toes ready to see the light? From bunions to broken toes, foot and ankle surgeon Sonam Ruit DPM, from Martin Foot and Ankle has heard it all. Here he … Continue reading
Those with diabetes often have to take special care of their skin. Hanover Hospital will be hosting an educational program 6 to 7:30 p.m. April 7 to address the skin needs of those with diabetes. Guest speaker Lisa Zeno will … Continue reading
In this week’s Foot Power column, we check in with York County’s Marathon Man Clay Shaw, who recently completed lifetime marathons No. 184 and 185, and who’s on his way to finishing a second marathon in all 50 states.
National Cancer Control Month is a time to focus on prevention, according to the American Cancer Society. President Barack Obama in an official proclamation marking April as National Cancer Control Month made note of how much we’ve accomplished in the … Continue reading
When it comes to supplementing your diet with vitamins, minerals and other remedies, local experts believe that less is more.