Blogs Tagged "Health and Wellness"

Dr. Cherup

Dr. Cherup provides insights and tips on plastic surgery topics like recovering from breast augmentation, choosing a plastic surgeon and more.

Red Riding

The not-so-adventurous adventures of a Pittsburgher learning the ropes of city cycling.

Running on Lentils

This blog is about my personal journey to improve as a runner. I live in Pittsburgh’s Northside and typically run on the river trail, the Strip, and Downtown. I also review workout clothes and have some topics specific to being … Continue reading

Greater Pittsburgh Medical Weight Loss

As a network of 10+ local medical weight loss programs, our blog takes on the voice of our weight loss counselors. We offer fitness tips, healthy lifestyle advice, and nutritional tidbits that are intended to educate and motivate anyone on … Continue reading

Next Gen House

A city couple with two day jobs, four chickens and a cat living our lives with an eye on the next generation – following principles of sustainability, health, good stewardship and conservation.


Lifestyle blog written by a dual citizen of Portugal and the USA about living life to the fullest.

From Fat Writer to Fit Writer

I chronicle my fat loss journey, successes, failures and squats. Everyone *loves* squats.

Boosted Memory

Boosted Memory is a guide to improving your memory capabilities. When we considered improving our own memory capabilities with the use of dietary supplements, we couldn’t help but feel a strong sense of restraint. What most health supplement stores won’t … Continue reading


The professional, licensed therapists at Pittsburgh Psychotherapy Associates believe that good therapy offers a time and space to reflect, understand, learn skills to cope with strong emotions, be creative, and most importantly, be heard. Each of our experienced therapists utilizes … Continue reading

Eve of Serendipity

A journey to find happiness in all aspects of life as well as appreciate kindness and good in others though random acts of kindness, reflection, and positive psychology