Active Living

Tick on blade of grass

Time for a Refresher on Ticks

Tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, and babesiosis are a serious health concern in New Hampshire. Here's how you can prevent them.

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Right This Way to Better Health and Well-being

Employees of participating Wellpowered Worksites are joining this summer's holistic, evidence-based wellness challenge — and having fun along the way!

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Olivia Stark hosting a Zoom meeting for the Diabetes Prevention Program

Preventing diabetes, one man’s story

Olivia Stack, Community Health Education Coordinator and a recent participant share their experiences with Cheshire’s Diabetes Prevention Program.

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Out-of-the-Box Outdoor Activities

Try some different activities to get outside and get some exercise.

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Peanut butter and banana sandwich with apples

3 Tips to Keep Blood Sugar Levels Steady

Keeping a level blood sugar will help you function better.

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Working Outdoors

Be safe while working outdoors.

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Nurse with YMCA official in gym

Partnership With Keene Family YMCA Supports the Goals of Cheshire Medical Center Patients to Increase Physical Activity

Unique partnerships help Cheshire Medical Center connect patients with ongoing health programs.

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Family on a walk in the winter

Why Taking Family Walks on Holidays is Good for Body and Mind

Walking helps burn off holiday meals and improve family togetherness.

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Group hiking outdoors

Training for Fall Hikes in the Monadnock Region

Fall is a wonderful time to hike in the Monadnock region. Follow these tips to get the most out of the season.

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Activity is Good Medicine: A New Program to Support Patients on Their Journey to Better Health

Activity Is Good Medicine is a program available to patients of Cheshire Medical Center whose healthcare provider has prescribed increased physical activity as a component of their health care plan.

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