Health & Wellness

The East Metro Miracle League provides an opportunity to play baseball for kids ages 3 to 18 with cognitive and/or physical special needs. The integrated teams play on the specially designed Miracle Field at HealthEast Sports Center, and players are matched as needed with a volunteer buddy.

The sensory-friendly gym at Fraser Woodbury.

Woodbury’s Fraser clinic provides therapy and resources for those with special needs.

Two seniors on bikes, on their way to the East Twin Cities Boomers and Seniors Expo.

The east Twin Cities Boomers and Seniors Expo connects the local business community to the seniors who need their services.

A kickball, much like the one used at the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce kickball tournament.

Last year saw the inaugural Woodbury Area Chamber Kickball Tournament, and it was an unequivocal success, selling out every ticket.

A happy, healthy cat perched on a scratching post plays with a cat toy

September is Happy Healthy Cat Month.

An illustration of a woman exercising.

When your fitness goals are deeper than what you see in the mirror, it’s easier to build and sustain the habits you need in order to reach your goals.

A dog gets a bath. How often you should bathe your dog depends on your groomer and your pocketbook.

Super Pet Parent Donna Chicone answers your pet questions.

Homemade skin care products made from Coconut oil

Make a scrub and moisturizer from products you’ve already got in your kitchen.

Two children play with a dog at Coco's Heart Dog Rescue Academy.

Cocos Heart Academy offers kids the chance to learn about dog rescue and care.

John Pohl and Krissy Wendell-Pohl hug each other.

Catching up with Woodbury residents and state of hockey royalty John and Krissy Pohl.

A woman enjoys a glass of water in the Woodhouse Day Spa - Woodbury waiting room

Woodbury’s new Woodhouse Day Spa will change the way you view self-care.

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