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York College of Pennsylvania will screen the hunger documentary “A Place at the Table” at 6 p.m. May 8, 2013, in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
Most people don’t eat the recommended two servings of fruit and three servings of vegetables a day. It especially can be challenging for parents when feeding their kids.
After weeks of eating desserts and candies, it might be time to say goodbye.
Tired of eating salad? Make your own vinaigrette to freshen up your leafy greens.
York County Libraries’ community relations director Deb Sullivan announces a partnership between the libraries and the Susan P. Byrnes Health Education Center in her Oct. 21, 2012 column.
Cook a whole pumpkin and get more creative with the ingredient in your kitchen.
Phases Fitness co-owner Mindy Quesenberry gives her take on challenge winner Jess Reed’s progress.
Smart Health Challenge winner Jess Reed continues to make progress in the gym, but still struggles with emotional eating.
Smart Health Challenge winner Jess Reed is pain free at the gym, but she had to say goodbye to a friend.
New federal nutrition regulations will mean more fruits and veggies in the school cafeteria this fall.