Health & Wellness

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There more options than ever to get free food in and around Philadelphia this summer. For kids and teens in particular (18 and under), there are actually more than 1,000 places in Philadelphia that serve free meals and snacks. Read on for details.

As promised, here are the delicious recipes that Chef Ashbell used in his demo at WURD’s Wellness 101 Pavilion at the June 6 (2015) Festival at ParkWest. Enjoy!

Did you know that nearly 12 percent of Pennsylvanians residents live in households that can’t always afford enough food? The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) now funds a toll-free hotline to help people access food.

Forgive me if I seem a little sassier than usual on the air this week. I’ve been inspired by Dee Rees’ amazing new HBO biopic BESSIE, starring Queen Latifah. It’s time for me to reclaim some of my artsy edge.

In order to prosper, you have to take the leap of faith and leave your comfort zone. Stacy Thomas, owner of the Philadelphia Wedding Chapel did just that. Watch and follow Stacy as she guides you through her leaps of faith to brings you along her entrepreneurial journey.

Check out our video preview of the third episode of Mind Your Business, which focuses on Body Rock Boot Camp and its growth and exposure plans.

  As exclusively revealed on the WURD Up! Radio Show, Gather Central held a flash mob at the South Street Festival in Philadelphia,

If you got stuck with a fine on your taxes because you didn’t have health insurance, you could still #GetCovered. You have until April 30th to sign up and pick a health insurance plan.

During her visit to the grand opening of Project HOME’s Steven Klein Wellness Center in North Philadelphia, U.S. Health & Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell gave WURD an exclusive interview about her plans to improve health and wellness in the Black community.

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