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Kingston’s Rich Basketball Tradition Continues

Kingston has a rich culture for basketball; not just as a competitive youth sport, but as an affordable, accessible way for people of all ages to exercise and socialize. According to Facebook [...]

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What is the City of Kingston’s Role in Local Health and Wellness?

The average life expectancy of citizens living in the City of Kingston can range anywhere from 75 to 80, according to a new interactive tool created by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The [...]

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Seven Places to Look for Free Health Events in Kingston, NY

In today’s age of information overload, one of the most common things we hear from people when talking about past events and meetings was, “I didn’t hear about it, I would’ve gone!” Whether or [...]

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Two Initiatives in Kingston That Bring Food to People Who Need It

Being able to get groceries, prepare them in some way and have a healthy meal is something that many people take for granted. Unfortunately, even if one qualifies for benefits or lives near a [...]

How a Kingston Photographer Is Helping Breast Cancer Survivors Bloom

On the eve of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a Kingston-based photographer is making waves nationally with a decade-long project that celebrates the beauty and strength of breast cancer [...]

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Affording Healthcare in Kingston, NY: Eight Non-Profits That Can Help You

Whether you’re on Medicare, Medicaid, employer-provided insurance, self-insurance, or are completely uninsured, odds are there are some situations where you feel stuck; you need medical [...]

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How 7 Kingston Small Business Owners Try to Balance Health and Work

With Live Well Kingston, our city is working to build a coalition of businesses, organizations and people who are committed to helping all of us in Kingston live healthier and more active lives. [...]

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“Our Food”- With Kaycee Wimbush of the YMCA Farm Project

This is the first installment of  “Our Food”,  a series of interviews with Kingstonians about their relationship to food. Kaycee Wimbish is the farmer and creator of the Kingston YMCA [...]

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Katie Sheehan-Lopez, MPH

Katie is the Eat Smart NY Nutrition Educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County.  Eat Smart NY provides nutrition education to the SNAP and SNAP-eligible population around New York [...]