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Get Fit Clovis participants share summer goals

The trails in Clovis are a local favorite to runners, joggers and walkers who are all working toward a healthy life. Some folks use...

‘Mr. Fitness’ juggles training and business

Whether he’s working as a fitness trainer or a model or actor, Peter Chanthavongsak’s goal is to always stay moving. Since the age of 10...

CUSD Make a Wish Fundraiser

By A.T. Gilbert Jamie Parmer is a people person. He is also a 4-year-old boy who was diagnosed in August 2013 with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia...

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...

Smittcamp family gifts $10 million to Community Medical Centers

The Robert “Bob” Smittcamp family of Fresno made a $10 million donation Tuesday toward the advancement of neurosciences at Community Medical Centers, including the...

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...

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...

Living life on his own terms: Clovis resident combats grim cancer diagnosis with nutrition-based...

By Valerie Shelton In June, lifelong Clovis resident Jim Stashuk, 48, was diagnosed with stage four liver cancer and given six to 11 months to...

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...

Working out in the summer heat

Working out without the proper water intake can quickly lead to dehydration, and adding the Fresno summer heat can make it a dangerous combination. Kelly...

Undoubted Training helps people reach personal fitness goals

Photo by Valerie Shelton Ryan Rivera and Ruben Rodriguez of Undoubted Training. By Valerie Shelton, Editor Opting to go to a personal trainer isn’t easy, especially for...

Letter from the Editor: Taking steps toward a healthier lifestyle

Photo courtesy of Metro Creative Services By Valerie Shelton, Editor I’m not a fan of diets or exhausting daily exercise regimes. Like millions of Americans who...

How do you produce? A tour of Clovis area fruit and vegetable stands

Summertime is upon us, as is the scorching Central Valley heat, but alongside the warmer weather comes a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables....

Art of Life illuminates courageous journey with cancer

By Carol Lawson-Swezey, Reporter By J. M. SwezeyArt of Life artist Giselda Martin (third from right) stands next to her painting “Stronger.” She is...

The Van Ornam twins spread disability awareness

Photo by Valerie Shelton - The Van Ornam family: Lori, Juliana, Sydnee and Mark.   By Valerie Shelton, Editor When twins Sydnee and Juliana Van Ornam, 14, were...

Valley Children’s Magnolia Pediatrics center opens in Clovis

Clovis parents seeking optimal health care for their children no longer need to travel to Valley Children’s Hospital to receive the unparalleled pediatric care...

Clovis Community Medical Center moves forward with $390 million expansion

The Board of Trustees at Community Medical Centers approved a four-year, $390 million project April 3 that will add 144 private beds and expand...

Get Fit Clovis makes comeback

Get Fit Clovis is back and better than ever. The fitness movement, operated and funded by the Clovis Roundup, is essentially there for those who...

Clovis elementary school joins national health program

Miramonte Elementary School in Clovis was one of only six California schools to get accepted into the FLUency program, a national school health initiative...

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...

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...

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...

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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