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Building strong bones is a life-long project. Our bones get strong and stay strong through a combination of food and fitness. Building and maintaining a healthy skeleton is a process that begins before birth and one that must continue through every decade...
“What a wonderful article in Sunday’s paper by Lloyd Waters, concerning ‘We remember the outhouse.’ Perhaps if we return to those days, our country would be in better shape. We survived then and could survive now. No flush tax,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDouglas Fullard remembers being in Fayetteville, N.C., when he was about 13 years old and seeing Martin Luther King Jr. King was involved in a demonstration and Fullard, of Martinsburg, W.Va., said he could see the famed civil rights leader off in the...
email@example.comMaryland health officials say laboratory tests have confirmed the presence of the illness-causing bacteria, Campylobacter jejuni, in two unopened samples purchased from the Family Cow farm in Chambersburg The number of people in Pennsylvania, Maryland,...
Humane Society thanks plungers, sponsors To the editor: On behalf of the staff, the board of directors and the 5,700 animals we care for annually at the Humane Society of Washington County, I want to thank everyone who made Polar Bear Plunge 2012 the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDusty Graham and Ruth Thompson sat in the waiting area of Home Care Pharmacy at Hager Park on a recent Thursday morning while the area filled and emptied with people. Graham, 60, and Thompson, 65, both of Hagerstown, met for the first time that morning...
email@example.comWhen a vaccine became available several years ago that would protect against the human papillomavirus, Sarah Robbins didn't hesitate to have her 13-year-old daughter receive it. "Medical science has given us a vaccine against cancer," the Hagerstown...
Members of the Hagerstown Rotary Club recently attended the Rotary International District 7350 and 7370 combined annual Rotary Foundation dinner at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in State College. Rotarians were welcomed by 7350 District Gov....
firstname.lastname@example.orgOn any typical 80-degree day, the beach at Cowans Gap State Park's lake would be crowded, not nearly vacant. But the only people on the sand Thursday were Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection employees testing for the source of an E....
As we enjoy many fresh fruits and vegetables during their summer peak of freshness, it is also important to remember to handle fresh produce with care. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that each year roughly one in six...
email@example.comE. coli bacteria has been found in a well water sample from Cowans Gap State Park, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection confirmed Thursday. But departmental spokeswoman Lisa Kasianowitz said it is not bacteria from the same strain that...
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