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Regular physical activity is very important to the health and abilities of older people. In fact, studies show that "taking it easy" is risky. For the most part, when older people lose their ability to do things on their own, it doesn't happen just...
Staff WriterSaige Mayfield, 11, from Imperial, said she loves the environment and felt the best way to learn more about preserving our environment was by attending Earth Day at Bucklin Park. On Saturday hundreds of families and children learned green conservation...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Fifteen local students make a weekly trek to a local agency where they receive nutrition for both their minds and bodies. The students from Perley Fine Arts Academy are helped through a partnership with St. Vincent de Paul Society. The...
More than seeds grow in St. Joseph County’s 53 Unity Gardens. Those who tend the crops experience growth, too. Among the gardeners this summer will be high school girls participating in the Saint Mary’s College Spiritual Leaders Institute,...
Tags: Education, Schools, Students, High Schools, Agriculture
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefSome Bedford County students are growing food to feed themselves and their neighbors. Huddleston Elementary School is starting a community garden. Agriculture students from Staunton River High School were on hand Friday morning to help second graders...
Daniel and friends Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah were Jewish captives in Babylon, specially chosen for a three-year leadership training program to serve in the king's palace. Their names and their diets were changed to honor Babylonian gods. But the...
email@example.comThe 24-hour Washington County Gives online fundraiser which ended at midnight Thursday raised $161,378 for four dozen county nonprofit organizations. The amount came from 1,564 contributions from 1,021 unique donors, according to tallies at...
The United Way of Central Maryland will provide nearly $3 million in community grants intended to provide financial stability to families, quality education to children and healthy alternatives to individuals, the organization said this week. In all, 71...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChef Joe Fleischman’s plan worked out perfectly Wednesday when children in attendance of Family Fit Night flocked to the self-serve fruit and yogurt parfait line he had cunningly prepared. “Brightly colored food usually is good for you,...
Staff WriterFor preschool teacher Cynthia Juarez, preparing healthy meals in a fun and creative way was exactly what she wanted to learn to help teach her students at Room to Grow preschool in Brawley. “It’s extremely important for our kids to learn...
Tags: Obesity, Education, Diets and Dieting, Weight, Overweight
Tribune reporterChef Art Smith, the man of many cookbooks, many restaurants and many projects, will be at Table fifty-two, his restaurant on Elm Street, this Saturday, May 11, for a celebration of his new cookbook: “Healthy Comfort: How America’s Favorite...
As a company, Whole Foods Market works to educate the community on healthy living from consuming consciously to protecting the environment. Each local branch of Whole Foods Markets works within the community, including the location here in Wellington,...
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