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The U.S. Department of Agriculture's new icon replacing the MyPyramid image is a plate, something everyone, even children, can relate to. The MyPlate icon divides the plate into four food groups: fruit, vegetable, grains and protein, with a fifth...
Residents living in and around Williamsport, community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. Zion Lutheran Church will host Life Line Screening on Friday, June 17. The site is at 35 W. Potomac St. in Williamsport....
email@example.comThe grand opening of the George W. Comstock Center for Public Health Research and Prevention on Wednesday was a tribute to its namesake, who dedicated his life to public health. The main lobby of the facility at 1100 Dual Highway was crowded with friends...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHealth officials in Washington County are taking steps to curb a diabetes death rate that ranks higher than that of any other county in the state. From 2007 through 2009, Washington County had an age-adjusted death rate of 36.4 deaths from diabetes per...
On Feb. 19, students at My Dance Studio in Smithsburg participated in a fundraiser for women's heart disease. Through "Dancing Feet" and a bake sale, they were able to raise $1,000 to contribute to Cardiac Rehab at Meritus Medical Center.
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West Virginia University Hospitals-East and the WVU Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Eastern Division will sponsor a community mini-medical school program on heart disease. The seminar, titled Heart to Heart, will be held Tuesday, Feb. 15, in the...
email@example.comCompetitive cyclist Brian Fouche has spent more than a decade racing toward finish lines. But two months ago, Fouche found himself racing toward death. "My heart just stopped," Fouche said. Fouche, 28, of Hagerstown, went into cardiac arrest during a...
War Memorial Hospital and Valley Health will offer the Heart Attack Risk Program from 8 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 17, in the education room at War Memorial Hospital. Individuals will have their risk of heart disease assessed by participating in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis time last year, Jamie Crisler-Smith said she wanted to lose weight and get in shape for 2010 — the same goal many others made. But unlike most, Crisler-Smith kept her resolution. Crisler-Smith has lost more than 100 pounds. Her clothes no...
email@example.comWith the national push to end childhood obesity— and campaigns targeted at "The Biggest Generation" — kids today have a heavy burden to bear. And Washington County youths are feeling the burden. The Herald-Mail is launching a monthly series...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor's note: This is the second in a monthly series about childhood obesity. Food wasn't making William "Chris" Moats happy anymore. So the 15-year-old and his family decided to challenge his biggest foe: obesity. A program called KidShape helped...
email@example.comAgent Orange was among the herbicides studied at the former Fort Ritchie Army base in 1963, according to U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs documents found online. The owner of the former Army base property in northeast...
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