2017

Building Healthier Lives

Go Red Takes Aim at Cardiovascular Disease WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY CASSIE MILLER The cascade of tragedy that surrounded 2016 was due to an abnormally large amount of celebrity deaths. From actors and singers to […]

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2017

Making a Difference

5 Local Nonprofits Improving the Lives of Others Words by M. Diane McCormick Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler They are woven into our lives like fiber on a loom. Today’s charities run like businesses, with […]

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2017

Did You Know?

WORDS BY RICK DAPP Central Pennsylvania is, providentially, endowed with a number of first-rate colleges and universities: Franklin & Marshall, Gettysburg, Elizabethtown, Dickinson – to name just a few. Harrisburg, though, has had a somewhat […]

2017

Doing Good: Tech for Tanzania

Tech 4 Tanzania BY AMY KEHM You wake up, reach for your smartphone and check Twitter for overnight news before logging onto Facebook to post obligatory “Happy Birthday” messages. As your Keurig brews your coffee, […]

2017

Be Well: Preventing Diabetes

Preventing Diabetes with Nutrition WORDS BY BENTZ P. TOZER, JR., B.S., CPT According to The American Diabetes Association (ADA), diabetes is a problem with your body that causes blood glucose (sugar) levels to rise higher […]

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2017

Face in the Crowd: Linda Folmer

Woman Finds Fulfillment and Friends in 40-year Career WORDS BY SCOTT CAMPBELL Having recently crept into her 60s, and with 40 years logged in her occupation, it might be expected that Linda Folmer could see […]

2017

Going Red

Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association’s (AHA) solution to saving women’s lives.  Too many women die each year because they are unaware that heart disease is the No. 1 killer.  More women […]