Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Welcome! Fall in with Walk Georgia…

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This Tuesday, September 1st, our fall campaign starts on WalkGeorgia.org! Whether you bike, walk, run or volley, we want to you to be a part of advocating health in our great state. This fall we are working with hundreds of employees throughout the state as their go-to worksite wellness initiative, we…
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One simple way to “Get Well Soon”…

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By Supriya Venigalla, MD  Your skin is an amazing organ. It protects you from the elements, chemicals, infections and injuries; it regulates your body temperature and warns you when things are too hot or too cold. When your skin suffers a breakdown in its protective function, a wound is formed…
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Still feeling peachy…

Peach Salsa Chicken

This week’s warm weather has us in the mood to kick off our shoes and grill out. However, school traffic and our shrinking free time has us in the mood to slip on our house shoes and order in. So here’s a super simple and satisfying recipe that meets the requirements of a busy…
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100 miles of options…

Skidaway Island by Jeremy Wilburn

Did you know that Georgia has 100 miles of coast? That’s a lot of options for anyone who’s ever claimed they love “long walks on the beach” (guilty)! Each week we try to connect you to at least one place where you can move more AND live more– we are…
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The Benefits of After-School Recess

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For most parents, fall is a whirlwind of after-school meetings, tight schedules, homework and dwindling family time. Even after the dash becomes daily routine, the hours between school and dinner often get lost in the shuffle. To rescue these important hours, assign your kids the task of hosting “after-school recess”…
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When Summer Married Fall…

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We are in our last full month of summer, but thankfully fruit and veggies are still at their peak, so we aim to take advantage of the cooler breezes and the last of the delicious crops. We’ve been hearing a lot about National Peach Month (August) and, before it gets away…
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