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I love coffee as do many other Americans. According to a survey completed by the National Coffee Association, 83% of US adults drink coffee, making our country the largest coffee consumer in the world. Nearly half of adult Americans drink … Continue reading
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LIVESTRONG at the YMCA participants improve cardio endurance, muscular strength, flexibility and balance. Photo credit: Seth Nenstiel Derek, age 41, was diagnosed with cancer a few years ago. His aggressive treatment protocol killed the cancer, but at the same time severely … Continue reading
Today is Dress in Blue Day, as so deemed by the Colon Cancer Alliance. I will be wearing blue today, and here is why: One month before my father was set to walk me down the aisle, he had to … Continue reading
In 2008, the YMCA of the USA, in partnership with the LIVESTRONG Foundation, created an outcome-based 12-week physical activity program for adult survivors. In 2012, the YMCA of York and York County was chosen to implement the free small-group program … Continue reading
Holly Sands has never been one to take it easy. The 53-year-old Dover Township woman never let anything keep her from her family’s horse farm, even when she battled breast cancer. While doing a breast self-exam, she found a lump … Continue reading
When Amber Warrington hops on her stationary bike in the basement of her Red Lion home, she is focused. Head straight, eyes set ahead, she leans in to the handle bars and steadies her legs on the peddles. The 38-year-old … Continue reading
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
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