BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA Bringing recess to work
By Ryan Schuster
We're serious about promoting healthy living, physical activity and healthy eating habits.
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JOE FITNESS Let's Get That Body Summer Ready!
Despite the cold spring weather, summer is coming and with summer comes summer clothes. Are you ready for them? Here are a few ideas how to get your body ready for the summer wear!
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REAL OILFIELD WIVES How to Be a Fit Oilfield Mom
The husband leaves for work and with him goes all my desire and motivation to go to the gym. Wait, who am I kidding? I haven't been to the gym since May! At first, I blamed it on summer and having t... Posted on 3/17/13 at 10:37 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Five acts towards wellness... Posted on 3/14/13 at 6:46 AM
Bob Clark is living a well-balanced life. He doesn't have much choice, since he commutes to work year-round on a unicycle. Clark dodges, weaves and wobbles about 18 miles a day, from a bicycle trailhead in Mendota Heights where he parks to his office in downtown St. Paul.
Devils Lake community leaders say the state’s 11 largest city should have its own wellness and convention center. The City Commission on Monday authorized a $25,000 study to assess the type, size and potential operation of such a facility.
People who drive to work every day are packing on slightly more weight than their colleagues who use trains, buses and bicycles to get to work, even if they exercise in their spare time, according to an Australian study.
Young men who work out frequently have as much as 73 percent more sperm than those who don't, and the more television one watches, the lower the count goes, according to a study by Harvard researchers.
Freshman year is stressful for many. Being away from home for the first time, becoming accustomed to a new place and dealing with new pressures easily stress a new college student. Many experience the “freshman 15,” those pounds commonly added during a student’s first year.
“It’s not going to go well” said Mike Tingum as he eyed a route to the top of the two-story-high climbing wall. His climbing partner Mark LaLonde watched as Tingum began the climb on one of the more difficult walls at the Northern Heights Rock Gym at the Grand Cities Mall in Grand Forks.
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