Tag Archive: exercise

Dec 17 2013

5 Ways to Stay Healthy For the Holidays

Mom’s in stress meltdown, the kids are fighting over the last cupcake, Uncle Bob is coughing up a lung as he carves the turkey, and your best friend just got text-dumped. Hello, holiday memories! ‘Tis the season to beat sickness (not to mention tiredness, stress, or other holiday downers). Fortunately, you can stay well and …

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Aug 23 2013

The Fake Thing

New rule (as Bill Maher would say): If you make billions of dollars a year selling unhealthy food, you don’t get to tell us to work out. It was one thing when Cookie Monster began telling kids to eat vegetables. Cookie Monster doesn’t earn a living by selling cookies, and vegetables are a fantastic alternative …

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Jan 10 2013

Healthy Habits

  Young leader discusses the importance of exercise, diet. Raileigh Levingston attends Hudson Pep Elementary School. Besides looking forward to going to middle school, she is learning the importance of a healthy weight. Consequently, one of her New Year resolutions is to exercise, eat right and lose 10 pounds. Hudson Pep is already ahead of …

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Jun 18 2012

Diabetes Boot Camp slated

Enrollment is now open for children age six to 12 with type one diabetes for the annual free ETMC Diabetes Boot Camp. This year’s camp will be held July 23-27 from 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the ETMC Pavilion Conference Center. The camp will feature exercise classes such as Pilates, Zumba, Tai-Chi and more led by …

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May 29 2012

Tackling stress

By Greg Asimakoupoulos Summer is that time of year when most of us are reminded how stressful our lives really are. Vacation breaks and more relaxed routines are such a contrast to the work-related schedules that fuel our frenzy most the year. The lives of most people in the community in which I live are …

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Mar 15 2012

The key to glycemic index

By Caty Millburg Many of you may be asking yourselves, “What can I do to eat healthier?”.  There are so many different resources available out there and it seems like they are all saying something different, so who is right?  It can be hard to filter through the information, but referring to several sources including …

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Feb 28 2012

Dancing for the heart

Youngest Clogger, Connor takes the floor with Mom, Tiffany Hall.

Good Shepherd Medical Center (GSMC) recently hosted one of the biggest health fairs in the region.  It was dubbed “A Fair of the Heart,” and local residents availed themselves of various free health screenings with values up to $100. The screenings included height/weight, complete lipid profile, glucose testing, blood pressure and body fat. Attendees also …

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Jan 24 2012

The better health resolution

This isn’t the only New Year’s resolutions list you’ll read this month, nor is it the only one with good ideas to offer. But it is one you should take to heart if you want to make the others far more do-able. That’s because improving your physical and mental health gives you a strong leg …

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