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Healthy living reporter Leigh Zaleski shows us how to make croutons that won’t ruin your diet.
York County experts share how to cope with feelings brought on by cold, snow, ice and a lack of sunshine.
The Special Olympics of York County will hold its fifth Polar Bear Plunge on Feb. 1 in Wrightsville. Here’s how to prepare to freeze your pants off.
The new alliance consists of people, businesses and organizations that share a common goal.
The meeting will focus on a report, success stories and areas for improvement.
Many low-income people could use lifestyle changes to help with health conditions, but socioeconomic factors often make it difficult to do so.
Studies show the fatty acid can help keep your heart healthy, mitigate symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and possibly alleviate depression.
Monitoring your progress will hold you accountable and push you to meet your goals.
This fall, four participants at Gruver Fitness Outdoor Boot Camp reached a milestone: They lost 100 pounds.
A study published Jan. 6 showed the practice could mitigate symptoms as much as antidepressants. Study participants were not diagnosed with full-blown anxiety or depression.