Two meetings are scheduled for Wednesday to discuss the proposal for helping residents live longer, healthier lives. David Bruce @ETNBruce
Blue Zones Project officials will present their proposal for helping Erie-area residents live longer, healthier lives during two meetings Wednesday.Members of the well-being and health-improvement initiative have been examining research and information it collected from focus groups during its visit to Erie in November.
If the community accepts, the well-being and health initiative would work to help people live longer, healthier lives. David Bruce @ETNBruce
Blue Zones Project officials announced that Erie is ready to become a Blue Zones community.
No flu-related deaths were reported in Erie County last week. David Bruce @ETNBruce
Erie County's weekly number of flu cases increased again last week but health officials also saw good news in the latest numbers.Only 18 of last week's 143 reported flu cases (12.6 percent) required hospitalization, much lower than the county's hospitalization rate of 21.6 percent going into last week.
Two #Erie International Airport flights are cancelled: American Airlines Flight #4850 scheduled to arrive at 6:18 p.m. Saturday from Philadelphia and the return flight set to depart to Philadelphia at 6:44 p.m. #erielive#eriesnow
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