Community supported agriculture (CSA) provides people with local, fresh, nutritious fruits and vegetables.
The hottest thing since couscous, many believe quinoa is just another trendy grain. But this bulbous seed actually belongs to a species of leafy plants in the “goosefoot family:” a close relative of spinach, the beet – and if you can believe it – the tumbleweed (roll on, outlaw).
Last month, I met up with Amanda Ryder of MetroWest Moves to get a taste of their Healthy Dining program, and let me tell you, I was not disappointed!
Do you take the stairs? I mean, most of us use stairs at some point, usually because we have to. But when faced with a choice between climbing stairs and cruising on the elevator, which way do you go? As we’re about to …Continue Reading Are you up for the climb?
Posted by Samantha Noderer Samantha is a Health Communication Intern at the MA Department of Public Health When’s the last time you hula hooped? I never learned how as a kid. But one day last year – in a very manic moment – …Continue Reading Hula Hooping – Playing for Exercise
Last Thursday, we pulled up to the MDPH Southeast Regional Health Offices Building where two smiling faces came out to greet us. Mass in Motion New Bedford coordinator Pauline Hamel and Healthy Living Consultant Kim Ferreira then jumped into a car, told us …Continue Reading A Taste of New Bedford
Today's post comes from a guest blogger in Franklin, Ma. Kelly Sabini is a member of the Franklin Community Garden, one of many initiatives of Mass in Motion: Healthy Futures Franklin. Franklin's very first community garden, the King Street Memorial Community Garden, is located at …Continue Reading Growing as I Garden: A Franklin Community Garden Story
Posted by Tracy Evans, MPH with help from Lindsay Tallon Tracy is a Program Coordinator at the MA Department of Public Health Once upon a time I used to be a very different person. I was the girl who would leave work at …Continue Reading Beg, Borrow, and Steal: Healthy Moms at Work
Posted by Samantha Noderer Samantha is a Health Communication Intern at the Department of Public Health There always seems to be a trendy new fruit or vegetable being advertised as the best thing next tosliced bread. But really, the avocado explosion is …Continue Reading SPOTLIGHT ON: The Avocado
Posted by Ed Pomfred, R.N. Ed Pomfred is the Director of the Keep Moving Program, Healthy Aging and Disability Unit. Sometimes, as people grow older, they can start to become less active. The truth is that, as an older adult, its …Continue Reading Keep Moving, all the way into Autumn
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