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The Back and Forth Over Gluten

The Back and Forth Over Gluten

By Sarah McCartan Earlier this month, late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel took to the streets to ask individuals who have adopted a gluten-free diet, a single, straightforward question: [...]

Prepping for Pregnancy

Prepping for Pregnancy

Escambia County Healthy Start Coalition Strives for Healthy Births By Jennifer Leigh In 1991, Florida’s Healthy Start program was created by state legislation with the goal of reducing infant [...]

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

By Sarah McCartan The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, which can only mean one thing—spring has sprung. In addition to seasonal delights like longer days and [...]

Kicking the Sticks

Kicking the Sticks

Local Hospitals Step Up Anti-Smoking Initiatives By Sarah McCartan The risks of tobacco use are certainly no secret, nor are they highly debated. On the contrary, tobacco products wear their [...]

Jumpstart Your January

Jumpstart Your January

By Sarah McCartan It’s easy to get carried away throwing goals out there. The hard part is actually figuring out how to tackle your goals so you can meet them. It’s safe to say at some [...]

Stay Well Through the Holidays

Stay Well Through the Holidays

By Sarah McCartan When it comes to staying good and well, we’ve all heard the standard advice. Get enough sleep. Keep your stress levels in check. Remember your daily dose of exercise. Take [...]

Pensacola Runners Association (PRA) Fall Race Calendar

Pensacola Runners Association (PRA) Fall Race Calendar

By Sarah McCartan September 9/28 7:30 a.m. Don McCloskey Seafood 5K Run/Walk October 10/5 7:00 a.m. Habitrot 10/5 8:00 a.m. Heart of Champions 5K 10/5 8:30 a.m. NHS Grand Staff 5K [...]

Play it Safe—Running Reminders

Play it Safe—Running Reminders

By Sarah McCartan While fluorescent clothing, headlamps, and other accessories exist to make you visible to cars in dim lighting, darkness isn’t the only threat to safety this season. Here are a [...]

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