A walk next weekend aims to bring attention to a rare syndrome that results in learning disabilities, but an extremely outgoing personality as well.
Daily long-distance walking results in twice as much weight loss as standard cardiac rehabilitation exercises that involve walking short distances at a brisk pace.
One-thousand people are expected to take part in The National Eating Disorder Association’s walk at the Philadelphia Zoo tomorrow morning.
When it comes to walkability, Philadelphians have it pretty good.
Ukee Washington spoke to Brian Joslin about the Annual Walk on October 27th. This event will include a range of entertainment, healthy living vendors, and lots of family- friendly activities. Both the Walk and 5K are […]
It’s called Animina, and it’s currently available in the iTunes Store for 99 cents.
Hundreds of people are expected next week in Montgomery County for an annual walk to raise awareness and money in the fight against a common blood cancer.
The Red Cross Walk and Run to Save Lives is taking place at the Philadelphia Zoo on October 5th and organizers insist that there is still time to sign up.
Walking is something 14-year-old Taj Bland of Overbrook, doesn’t take for granted.
PhillyHealthWatch’s Tiffany Bucciarelli interviews SPIN about the 5K Run/Walk “SPIN Possibilities in the Park 5K.”
The sun was shining and there was a crisp fall breeze, a much better day for the 2,200 walkers than the rainy day one.
On Friday morning, thousands of people in the Greater Philadelphia area embarked on a three-day, 60-mile journey to fight cancer.
A local church is holding a “Fit for Eternity” walk/run on Saturday, July 23rd in Germantown.