May is Mental Health Awareness month, and the Healthier Delray Beach initiative is encouraging everyone to wear green on May 25th to show support for mental health.
Residents of Palm Beach County are aging at faster-than-ever rates, and the demand for healthcare is soaring here and across the country. In the next 15 years, one out of every five people in our community will become a senior citizen, and 80 percent of those seniors will have a chronic health
The Breakers keeps moving forward with its focus on health and wellness. A team from the resort recently finished in the top 10 of the Let's Move: Commit to Change Physical Activity Challenge.
Chris Englestad knew early on that she had a knack - and affinity - for taking care of others. Like so many women of her generation, the Camden, New Jersey, native was introduced to hospital care via volunteering as a candy striper.
Thousands of Palm Beach County residents participated in Palm Healthcare Foundation's fifth annual Let's Move: Commit to Change Physical Activity Challenge, which ran from March 1-31.
Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Announces Annual Thank a Nurse Campaign West Palm Beach, FL (April 17, 2017)—Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. has announced the launch of the fourth annual Thank a Nurse campaign, a series of events designed to recognize the tireless efforts of Palm Beach
Palm Beach County Exceeds Expectations with Palm Healthcare Foundation’s Let’s Move! Challenge Foundation doubles the number of teams participating in 2017 WHAT: Thousands of Palm Beach County residents participated in Palm Healthcare Foundation Inc.’s fifth annual Let’s
Alfred "Zach" Straghn has been walking to the beach five days a week for the past 55 years. The 88-year-old Delray Beach native, who is a member of The Elders, which is a small group of community leaders, was the inspiration behind Palm Healthcare Foundation's recent "Let's Move" walk.
Marge Sullivan started working at age 14. She mowed lawns. She worked as a waitress at a truck stop where the boss was "less than politically correct" and the customers could be "rough and sarcastic."
A few years ago, the top health official in Palm Beach County determined it was time to encourage residents to make some life changes, to get them moving and off their cellphones and video-game screens. Then, Dr. Alina Alonso looked in the mirror and told herself to do the same thing.