Have a Healthy & Safe Holiday!

The U.S has one of the safest food supplies in the world.

However, disease-causing bacteria can contaminate food, causing illnesses also known as “food poisoning”.

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GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT: More than just one day

YOU DON’T HAVE TO STOP SMOKING IN ONE DAY; START WITH DAY ONE ►► 6 tips to support smokers in quitting for good November 15th is American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout – a day where smokers across the country start their journey to a healthy smoke-free life! Quitting smoking doesn’t happen in one day, […]

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Cigna Sunday Streets Thanks Local First Responders and Public Servants Post-Harvey

Cigna Sunday Streets kicked off its 2017 Fall Series by returning to the popular Washington Avenue neighborhood on Sunday October 1st and it did not disappoint!

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Go Healthy Houston Launches the Houston Active Living Plan

THE HOUSTON ACTIVE LIVING PLAN officially launched at the June Go Healthy Houston taskforce meeting on June 14, 2017 in Houston, Texas. The Plan is the culmination of a yearlong effort engaging with multi-sectoral partners to develop strategies to increase active living opportunities for all Houstonians. Nearly 40 stakeholders representing various sectors, from the Houston […]

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City Of Houston Rolls Out For Bike to Work Day

MAY IS NATIONAL BIKE MONTH! – City department employees and local employers congregated downtown on May 19th to celebrate Houston Bike to Work Day.

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Go Healthy Houston participates in Walk to School Day

Go Healthy Houston & Can Do Houston work together with Briscoe Elementary to promote and help with Walk to School Day.

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Spotlight on Houston’s Local Farmers

In honor of National Farmers’ Market Week, Go Healthy Houston is highlighting the farmers that make Get Moving Houston Farmers’ Market such a great success. We’d like to introduce you to Mr. Jim Hanka, who has been providing locally, grown produce to Houston communities since the early days of the market’s inception.

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