Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Arthritis: To work out or not to work out?

By Supriya Venigalla, MD, MPH Over this past weekend, two of my close friends called me to ask about arthritis. Their parents had just been diagnosed. It is a scary word, made even scarier when a loved one has to go through it. You want to help them, but you’re…
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GO: Panola Mountain State Park + Dog Days of Summer!

Dog on Obstacle Course

Nestled within the metro Atlanta area is a recreational haven with an interesting history. Panola Mountain State Park was created to protect a 100-acre granite outcrop – Panola Mountain. The area is witness to early settlers, immigrant rock cutters, freed slaves, and Trappist monks. Designated a National Natural Landmark, it…
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Recipe: 1-2-3 Peach Cobbler

peach cobbler and ice cream

The state of Georgia is known for its peach production. Franciscan monks first introduced the fruit to Georgia in 1571, and the state is now one of top four peach producing states. Also, the World’s Largest Peach Cobbler is made each year at the Georgia Peach Festival in Fort Valley!…
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Walking School Buses

girl with backpack walking to school

By Jay Morris, Walk Georgia Intern August is here! That means school will be starting soon, if it hasn’t already! Which also means you should plan your commute to avoid the students as they flood back into town, or map out the best route to keep you from getting stuck…
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Go: Hard Labor Creek State Park + Perseid Shooting Star Party

milky way and perseids

Walk Georgia is stopping by Hard Labor Creek State Park for this outdoors feature. This state park is located between the towns of Madison and Covington right off of I-20. Hard Labor is famous for its Creek Golf Course. The pristine, well-maintained golf course draws golf enthusiasts from all over to…
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Recipe: 5 A Day Salad

Five-A-Day Salad

Eating salad is tasty way to get your daily servings of vegetables. This 5 a day salad gets its name from the fact that each serving of this salad gives you five total servings of veggies! That means you can make this salad at the beginning of the week, and then…
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Waltzing towards Wellness

By Supriya Venigalla, MD, MPH This week, Walk Georgia’s focus is on a fun activity that will keep you smiling even while you sweat — dancing. An art form that is based on a rhythmic sequence of movements, dance is practiced all over the world. Different cultures have their own…
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