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10 Tips To Hiking Responsibly

by Tim Brunicardi

Over Memorial Day weekend, three hikers had to be rescued out of Hocking Hills State Park, including a man who fell 15 feet off a cliff in the Cedar Falls area while taking a selfie.

Hocking College's Leisure Learning Classes Offers Something For Everyone

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Are you interested in picking up a new hobby, or becoming more experienced in a skill such as cooking or gardening? If so, you should consider taking one of Hocking College's Leisure Learning classes.

Which Of These 12 Leadership Styles Are You?

by Tim Brunicardi

In today’s competitive job market, having leadership experience is a skill that no applicant can afford to be without. However, in order to become a successful leader, applicants must first determine which style of leadership will best compliment their personality.

American Heart Month Brings Awareness to Heart Disease

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

February kicks off American Heart Month, an annual celebration that began in 1963 to encourage Americans to join the battle against heart disease. A presidential proclamation pays tribute each year to researchers, physicians, public health professionals, and volunteers for their tireless efforts in preventing, treating, and researching heart disease.

How to Study Your Handwriting and What it Means

by Tim Brunicardi

National Handwriting Day is upon us and with more people using electronic devices to communicate, its growing importance is not lost on the world. 

This unofficial holiday started in the 1970s with a goal of celebrating handwriting. It falls every year on January 23, more famously known as John Hancock’s birthday. Hancock is best known for his abnormally large signature on the Declaration of Independence.

11 Exercises Beneficial For Those Who Suffer From Diabetes

by Tim Brunicardi

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 100 million Americans are living with diabetes (30.3 million) or prediabetes (84.1 million).

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