Women across the United States are making waves within the agricultural community. Nearly 66% of farmers are over the age of 55. With an aging farming population, there are gaps that need to be filled, and women are stepping up for the job.
For many, the beginning of a new year is a time for reflection, change, and setting goals. Oftentimes, these goals focus on maintaining healthier lifestyles, like changing what we eat or how our bodies look and feel. Sometimes, however, the expectations we set for ourselves — and the ways we go about reaching them — can be unrealistic and ultimately unhealthy.
Children of all abilities should have access to safe places to stay active, but not all playgrounds are created equal. A park may be accessible, but that does not always mean it is inclusive.
People of all ages need exercise, but not all types of exercise are suitable for everyone. As people get older, they can sometimes have a difficult time finding exercise that is comfortable for them. If you have questions or concerns before starting any new kind of physical activity, consult with your doctor. Skill and mobility levels help determine what types of exercise are best for you. There are two major categories of exercise: aerobic and anaerobic. Within these categories, everyone can find fun activities to stay healthy.
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