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Tips For Getting Off To A Healthy School Year

Tips For Getting Off To A Healthy School Year


Diet, exercise, smoking, and other lifestyle choices you make all impact your overall health and your risk for cancer. To help you stay well, the American Cancer Society offers the Healthy Living Newsletter, a monthly email with useful information on eating right, staying active, and other steps you can take to help reduce your cancer risk. Continue reading

Physical Activity and Nutrition Program Quarterly News

Physical Activity and Nutrition Program Quarterly News


After such a long winter, and now that summer is fully upon us, there is much to celebrate. One of our family traditions in the summer is to spend time each Saturday at the local farmer’s market. I love watching the growing season unfold week by week, with garden plants and early greens in May; peas, strawberries and asparagus soon after; and then tomatoes, squash, kale, carrots… everything you could ever need or want. We love going with no real plan, buying just what we’ll use and take it home for the next few lunches and dinners. Make this a habit in your household, and participate with me in choosing at least one item each week that you have never tried. The farmers always have great preparation suggestions! Here is a list of farmer’s markets so you can find one close by, or near your weekend destination. Continue reading

Tuesday’s Updates


Assistance on Reporting Damages Agency of Commerce and Community Development Department of Economic, Housing and Community Development Attached is some information for individuals, businesses, travelers and communities and where to go for assistance and to report damages. Our home page (www.dca.state.vt.us) and vermont.gov has other resources as well and we are trying to update regularly as … Continue reading