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Civic Engagement Gets Boost In Green Bay

According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), civic engagement plays a key role in improving the conditions that influence health and well-being for all.  When a population is civically engaged it demonstrates that people care about their community and are motivated to participate in making it a better place.  And benefits of civic engagement…

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Winter Well-Being

What if you picked up the Green Bay Press Gazette and saw a headline that read “Study Shows Green Bay Area Winters Promote Superior Fitness Levels in Community?”   Honestly, it’s not that far-fetched of a concept, we’re just used to hearing the opposite message: that the long, cold Wisconsin winter prevents us from being as…

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Tips for Holiday Well-Being

Holidays promote social connectedness, but they can also promote stress.  Here are a few tips for staying cool, calm and jolly during the holiday season!   1. Stay active. Hit the local downtown scene for some holiday shopping. Holiday decorations and sales beckon, but we can make our holiday a bit more active by adding an…

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Well on Wheels – It’s a Wrap

Thirty-five days and 1,456 miles into their 7000 mile cross-country tandem bike ride, Peter and Tracy Flucke faced a tough decision.  Tracy, who was still under a year out from major knee surgery in August of 2018, was feeling the wear and tear of the beautiful but aggressive west coast mountain terrain.  In addition, road…

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