2013-09-25T14:17:32-04:00Healthy Kids, Lifestyle|

By Sean Kurdys Exercise, Education and Environment Project (E3 Project) is a Raleigh-based nonprofit that is working toward the prevention and elimination of childhood obesity. Our mission is to improve the health and wellness of the children in our community through exercise, education and environmental stewardship. We address the

FEATURE – The Next Big Thing: Worksite Health

2013-09-25T14:15:10-04:00Features, Lifestyle|

By Thomas Henson “Corporate wellness” sounds like an oxymoron. Fitness and a typically sedentary job don’t usually go together, but organizations of all sizes are adopting employer-sponsored health programs. And, according to Susie Davis, senior community health specialist for WakeMed Health and Hospitals, most everyone loves it. For employers,

BOOK REVIEW – “The Athlete’s Guide to Sports Supplements”

2020-01-22T10:01:02-05:00Lifestyle, Nutrition|

Sport nutrition and supplement experts Kimberly Mueller and Josh Hingst provide concise descriptions for 120 of today’s most popular supplements in their book “The Athlete’s Guide to Sports Supplements.” For each entry, there is detailed information about what it is, how it works, potential performance benefits, research studies and

Recess Is Back!


Remember how important recess was when you were a kid in school? It not only meant a time away from studying, it was also a time to relax, rejuvenate and re-energize. Like most adults striving to create a “recess” outside of work, the U.S. National Whitewater Center does just

FEATURE – Dirt Divas

2013-07-30T12:31:39-04:00Features, Lifestyle|

Endurance Magazine caught up with Dirt Divas’ co-vice president, Patty Smith, recently at the U.S. National Whitewater Center, which has more than 20 miles of scenic woodland trails, river views, challenging climbs and exciting descents for riders of all ages and skill levels. It’s one of Smith’s favorite places