Vote Yes for health in the transportation referendum

Richmond Review

As a public health physician, and Medical Health Officer for Richmond, an important part of my job is working with the mayor, council and staff of our city to advance programs, policies, and investments that will improve health and, ultimately, save lives…

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Artificial turf raising real concerns

Richmond Review

In less than six weeks, a new artificial turf field at Minoru Park is scheduled to open, including two soccer pitches and a baseball diamond. But before that multi-million dollar project is completed, city staff and local politicians will be taking a hard second look at whether that field is as safe as can be for the general public…

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Stay healthy and live long

Richmond Review

“Walk more and eat less.” That was the message Dr. Jack Kliman, chair of the Richmond Division of Family Practice, reiterated Saturday at the annual Move for Health festival at Minoru Park…

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Discover your sport at Move for Health

Richmond Review

Richmond will be on the move this Saturday. Adopting the international Move for Health campaign—which recommends adults get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise five times a week and kids at least an hour daily—the city will host the second annual Move for Health Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Minoru Park…

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