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Morristown Moves Fitness Crawl Raises $5,000 for Relay for Life

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Moves, an annual Fitness Crawl hit the streets of Morristown for the third year to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. The event, which brought together fitness, wellness, and community, raised over $ ... read more

Fitness crawl fundraiser planned in Morristown

MORRISTOWN – A fitness crawl will be held next month to raise money for The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life ... The event, which is being called Morristown Moves, is scheduled for March 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will include classes ... read more

You're never too young to start and never too old to feel the benefits: How to keep FIT at every age

TYPE OF EXERCISE: 'Young humans have an innate desire to climb, run, jump and move,' says Professor ... are widely available but unnecessary. 'Fitness is actually an adult concept,' says Dr Eric Small, a leading American pediatrician. read more

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Calendar of events across the Modesto, Mother Lode regions

MODESTO TRADITIONAL JAZZ SOCIETY Ongoing Dec. 17 ... Ripon. Free will offering benefits Stockton Gospel Mission. CHRISTMAS SING-ALONG Dec. 21 Sing your favorite carols and Christmas songs with Annette Hutton on piano; refreshments. read more

Florham Park 'Bark for Life' to help fight cancer May 30

The festive benefit for the American Cancer Society — and celebration of canine ... Gazebo outside the municipal complex at 111 Ridgedale Ave. Florham Park 'Bark for Life' to help fight cancer FLORHAM PARK – It's a case of "canines against cancer." read more

Screen children for obesity, and send them to treatment because it can help them lose weight, advisory panel says

CHICAGO -- An influential advisory panel says school-aged youngsters and teens should be screened for obesity and sent to intensive behavior treatment if they need to lose weight -- a move that ... at odds with the American Cancer Society and several ... read more

Is there a doctor in the corporation? Maybe soon

Employers are also hiring nutrition counselors, holding on-site fitness classes and offering ... cholesterol -- some consumer groups are wary. The American Diabetes Association and the American Cancer Society see the rebates as penalties for less healthy ... read more

National Day of Prayer Thursday

The National Day of Prayer will return to Morristown for the 66th year on Thursday ... The day will include pledges to the American and Christian flags as well as the Bible led by Lakeway Area children, scripture readings, the singing of hymns and prayers ... read more

Who are you? The 2012 edition.

It’s the for that yearly Not Exactly Rocket Science tradition: the Who Are You thread. Four years ago, I started a thread asking readers to identify themselves, say something about their background, and tell me a bit about why they were reading this blog ... read more

Rosie O'Donnell: 'Happy to be alive' after heart attack

Rosie O'Donnell is "happy to be alive" after suffering a heart attack last week. “I am lucky to be here,” she wrote on her blog Monday. O'Donnell, 50, wrote that she began experiencing symptoms, such as sore arms and an ache in her chest, on Tuesday ... read more

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