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As we settle into the New Year, the Adams County Women’s Cancer Coalition (ACWCC) would like to encourage you to continue your New Year resolutions and look forward to a healthy and happy 2020. Whether your resolution is to lose weight, eat better, or get off the couch more, all these things…

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As we all look forward to a healthier new year, we know that active living, including walking and bicycling, can help us improve our health and fitness. You don’t need to be a fitness junkie to benefit from the simple pleasure of walking more and possibly bicycling. However, having safe plac…

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Two people in our community lost a total of 392 pounds between them; 130 pounds in one year for Jamie Gaskin and 260 pounds in 2 ½ years for Jen Harlow. Both lost weight at a rate of over 100 pounds per year.

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I’m back again this year to talk about why you don’t have to give up riding just because it’s December. While it may sound a bit crazy, it’s still possible to enjoy biking outdoors even during the winter months. And sharing a bike ride with Jack Frost has some great benefits. It’s a wonderfu…

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Healthy Adams County has had a busy year and I would like to say thank you to all of the people that have contributed to improving our physical, mental and social well-being this year. First and foremost I want to thank WellSpan, Gettysburg Hospital for supporting us financially since our be…

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It’s probably the only holiday song with a dental connection! The famous holiday tune, “All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth,” was written back in 1944 by teacher Donald Gardner. Today’s holiday-themed column is going to address the starring role our front teeth play in our lives—s…

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As the 2019 calendar year comes to an end, we all tend to think back on our experience of the past year. The successes, the life-changing moments, the good, and the not-so-good. As I reflect on the work of WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital, one word comes to mind. It’s a word I’ve used almost dai…