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Mothers Against Drunk Drivers announces Fresno Walk Like MADD 5K

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) is set to hold its annual Fresno Walk Like MADD 5K Saturday, Sept. 9 at Fresno State’s Satellite Student...

The Body Building offers first cryotherapy chamber and infrared sauna in Central Valley

For some, going to the gym can be a challenge—where do you start, why does everyone there seem to be fit and know what...

Raw Earth Juicery fueling local community with cold pressed juices, smoothies

Raw Earth Juicery is the only juicery in Fresno that offers 100 percent organic cold pressed juice. “This place is a gem in our community...

Fresno man loses 200 pounds, creates nutrition supplement

John Giannandrea was at this home in Fresno four years ago when his obese friend suffered a brain aneurysm in the bathroom. Giannandrea rushed to...

Fresno Food Expo award submissions now open

Award submissions for the 2017 Fresno Food Expo are underway. Food and beverage innovators and entrepreneurs from throughout Central California are encouraged to submit applications...

Local transformation expert helps others make positive life changes

By Alexandria T. Montes, Reporter @Aliroundup2802 Dina Juve, co-owner of Fresno-based FitnessSocial Studio, is a passionate and valuable health educator dedicated to helping those looking...

Too much of a good thing?

By Clovis Roundup Staff Millions of people regularly take one or more vitamin supplements daily. Many perceive vitamins as the way to combat nutritional deficiency...

Thinking About Health: How Changes in Medicare Could Affect You

By Trudy Lieberman | Contributed Rural Health News Service Shortly before Easter, the House of Representatives passed legislation that’s supposed to fix once and for...

Simple ways to avoid injuries when working out

A desire to live a healthy, active life compels many people to include exercise in their daily routines. Numerous studies have shown that regular...

Thinking About Health: Food Safety Law Good For Consumers – If It Were Funded

By Trudy Lieberman | Contributed Rural Health News Service Just five years ago, Congress passed a big, widely hailed law that promised to make America’s...

Douglas Wood named founding Dean at CHSU’s Planned College of Osteopathic Medicine

Douglas Wood has been named Chief Academic Officer and Founding Dean of the planned College of Osteopathic Medicine at California Health Sciences University (CHSU)...

Managing Lifestyle Change: Everyday Health Wins

By Jana Mowrer | Contributed JM Nutrition @jmnutritionconsulting January is the time of year you start, once again, to feel motivated to eat better, exercise...

Thinking About Health: If you knew how many calories are in that sandwich, would...

By Trudy Lieberman Rural Health News Service Not long ago my husband showed up with a sandwich for lunch that he bought at a local...

New Year, New Beginning for Old Town Yoga

It’s never too late to start something new and for Desiree Heckman, owner of Old Town Yoga, it certainly paid off. Heckman, a Fresno State...

New Year, New Gym: Tips on Choosing the Right Membership

New Year, New Me: It's a saying that a countless number of people use to signify the end of a year and a fresh...

Avoiding portion distortion during the holidays

By Germain Galvez | Contributed Certified Health Coach | germaingalvez.com Here we are, amidst the holiday season and we are faced with a familiar dilemma:...

Fitness and Mental Strength: misconceptions about willpower

By Scott Forrester | Contributed Certified Feldenkrais practitioner Certified Personal Trainer Each and every one of us would like to improve the quality of our...

Laugh in the face of challenges

By Diana Giraldo | GFC Editor @dianainspired Life is full of moments where you can choose to challenge yourself or shy away from new experiences. Even...

Ryan’s Run Brings Awareness to Autism

Fresno State alum Ryan Stiner completed his 9-day, 200-mile solo charity run on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Railroad Park in Clovis to help raise...

November bringing awareness to Alzheimer’s

In 1983 President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month – a time to recognize the over five million people in...

Clovis family awaits kidney transplant

Being a wife and mother of two has made Nicole Coronado a strong woman, able to take on things she didn’t see possible. Coronado...

Get your Pink on at FTF Fitness

You’ve seen the pink ribbons, pink shirts, pink wrist bands, and rolled up pink socks that athletes often wear on the sidelines before football...

Beat Cool Weather: Keep health in mind as cold creeps closer

Temperatures may be dropping, but just because swimsuit season is over doesn’t mean it’s time to let your fitness regimen fall by the wayside....

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