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Top Places to Fish in Pennsylvania

original source: http://www.visitpa.com/articles/top-places-fish-pennsylvania Whether you prefer trout, largemouth bass, or catfish, the Keystone State’s bounty of lakes, reservoirs, rivers, and streams rewards millions of anglers with big catches every year.  Yellow Breeches is a favorite trout-fishing stream near Boiling Springs in Cumberland Valley. Organized by region, here are a few places to find outstanding fishing in Pennsylvania. […]

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Seasonal allergies coming into bloom?

April 14, 2016—Are you taking advantage of the extra spring daylight to plot out this year’s garden? Don’t forget to take seasonal allergies into account when you’re deciding which flowers, shrubs and trees to plant. Gardening should be a joy. But it can become a bother if working in your yard leaves your eyes itchy […]

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The Benefits of Recess

While some schools are taking away recess, more and more research is showing that children benefit from recess socially, academically and physically. Academic Benefits: Taking a break from the classroom allows younger children to pause incoming information, making it easier to process. It also allows children to burn off excess energy, increasing their ability to […]

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Exercise may help ward off Alzheimer’s

March 28, 2016—A good workout doesn’t just pump up your muscles. It pumps up your brain too—even as you age, according to a recent study. That’s good news for Alzheimer’s disease prevention. In Alzheimer’s disease, the brain shrinks over time as cells die. It’s this cell damage and death that causes the memory loss most […]

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Highmark Quarterly Newsletter | April 2016

Volume 1 Issue 4 2016 Highmark Foundation Corner | April 2016 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH The Highmark Foundation’s Creating a Healthy School Environment Grant and Awards Program, which made available a total of $375,000 for schools grades K-12 in Pennsylvania ($300,000) and West Virginia ($75,000), focuses on creating healthy school environments that experience positive, sustainable and lasting change through […]

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Not just fast food: Most restaurants serve too many calories

original source: https://pennstatehershey.netreturns.biz/HealthInfo/Story.aspx?StoryID=53878c66-bd3c-4877-809a-fd3f6c639f4e#.VtBW15MrJBw Feb. 21, 2016—Want to avoid excess calories while dining out? You may need to do more than just avoid fast-food joints, according to a new study from Tufts University. In the study, researchers found that 92 percent of restaurants—including local hot spots and nonchain diners—serve too many calories. In fact, restaurant meals often […]

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