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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...

Clovis residents can be emergency ready with CERT training

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is offering an emergency readiness course in Clovis, beginning next Tuesday, Feb. 17. CERT's goal is to work...

PTSD leads to a healthier lifestyle for former marine

Contributed photo - Ruben and the Undoubted Training crew. By Diana Giraldo, Reporter Living with post traumatic stress disorder is living between three masks for...

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...

Technology, your new fitness buddy

Fitness and technology can go hand-in-hand for someone who is looking for accountability, motivation to reach their goals and even training assistance. During a Saturday...

VA addresses concerns, future plans at Townhall Meeting

Leaders of the Veterans Affairs Central California Health Care System held a town hall with veterans July 12 at the Fresno Medical Center to...

Caring for Sammie: Bud Rank Community shows support for Garcia family

By Diana Giraldo Encircled by medical equipment, 8-year-old Samantha Garcia, lives in a “Sammie safe” environment, with white padded floors and out-of-reach furniture, resembling a...

Reporter aims to inspire others in sharing her personal fitness journey

As long as I can remember my mother has always been a fervent advocate of home cooked meals. Growing up in Colombia, her mother...

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: 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...

Coping with migraines and headaches

  By Diana Giraldo, Reporter   We’ve all felt it, that annoying bothersome feeling in your head, a pressure that doesn’t let you continue with your day-to-day...

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...

Little Sprouties: Exclusive to Clovis

Little Sprouties are taking over the Clovis Sprouts Farmers Market on Wednesday mornings during the children's’ nutrition workshop, where they are taught the importance...

Staying active and seeking counsel aids those with PTSD

It's like a mini movie that plays in your head, explained Christopher Fernando; “It may only last 10 seconds but it's 10 seconds that...

Get Fit Clovis gets dizzy feet

AJ Lacuesta instructs the GFC team on the official choreography for National Dance Day at Doc’s Gym on July 30, 2016.  By Diana Giraldo |...

Just keep pedaling: One man rides his bike 7200 miles to raise funds for...

Sometimes all it takes is just one person to make a difference. That’s how Eric McIntyre, 58, felt two years ago when he got...

Get Fit Clovis founder hopes to inspire community

The idea began with a passing thought that stemmed from a yearning for unity; “You know what Clovis needs? Clovis needs more information about...

Fueling student success

Packing a healthy lunch or snacks for students can be more than just a morning scurry to put something together; the whole process can...

California Health Sciences University hosts Measure C town hall meeting

Clovis Community College staff and students sought community support for Measure C during a town hall meeting on March 29, held at California Health...

Local author launches GoFundMe to print 1,000 books for children with cancer

Featured photo courtesy of Randall Priester - Author Karlene Kay Ryan displays the third book in the Genevieve series.   By Carole Grosch, Reporter Karlene Kay Ryan, an...

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: 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...

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)...

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