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Mercy LIFE invites the Share Food Program to its Adult Day Centers several times a month.
Inner-city West Philadelphia might not seem like the best spot to put a vegetable patch. But that didn’t stop Ed Kratowicz from planting one there for all to enjoy.
With winter coming soon, you can count on one thing: bad weather. And the last thing you want to do when it’s snowy or icy is make a trip to the grocery store.
Sometimes, the idea of just a little snack can sound oh-so-tempting. But you've heard that nibbling between meals isn't good for you.
A well-stocked pantry, freezer and fruit bowl can all help you get the rainbow of nutrient-rich produce that you need to help you stay healthy.
It might sound a little strange, but if you have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), your diet can have an impact on how well your lungs work.
Stop by a Mercy LIFE day center some days, and you’ll spot tables set up with an array of fresh fruits and vegetables brought in by local nonprofit Share Food Program.
There's no way around it: If you want to live a long life, you're going to have to get older.
When it comes to healthy eating, even little changes can make a bigger difference than we realize.
Looking to improve your heart health? Here are some ideas to rethink your grocery list.
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