Social determinants of health Environments in which people are born, live, learn, work, worship and play influence health. The conditions in these environments are social, some are physical, and both are “place-based.” The conditions in which we live can explain why some...Read More
Only a few lifestyle choices have as large an impact on your health as physical activity. People who are physically active are more energetic, happier and experience less stress than those who are less active. Looking for a bike trail, walking trail, playground, or place to...Read More
Make a difference by attending our meetings. We meet on the second Thursday of each month at 3 p.m. except in June when we have our Annual Planning Retreat.
Your involvement is welcome and essential to our success. Join your friends and neighbors – we want to hear from YOU!
November 10, 2016
December 8, 2016
Eastern Shore Community College
Work Force Development Building
Conference Room 130.
Restaurant food, whether fast food or fine dining, typically has more calories, fat and sodium than foods prepared at home. Eating out has been linked with overweight and obesity, which is why Eastern Shore Healthy Communities has been working with local restaurants to encourage them to offer healthier meal options for adults and children.
CLICK – What is Food Insecurity?
CLICK – Food Summit report
CLICK – 2015 ESHC Annual Report
CLICK – Does your worksite or faith community have a wellness policy?
CLICK – Healthy Options Restaurants pledge that you can dine out and stay well at the same time.
CLICK – Youth Leadership Academy: