D'Vine Path students learn how to lead a healthy lifestyle


Last updated 3/3/2021 at 1:32pm

Nate Baer, Jennifer DiMuzio and Kaylee Hard

D'Vine Path students, front to back, Nate Baer, Jennifer DiMuzio and Kaylee Hard practice exercising using TRX bands.

FALLBROOK – With the challenges faced during 2020, self-care has not been a priority for everyone. Many people had to put their own needs on hold in order to take care of loved ones suffering from COVID-19, run errands for at risk family members and friends, help children conduct online school, adjust to working from home, and there was little to no time for exercise or healthy eating.

According to the Center for Disease Control, the stress associated with COVID-19 has caused a spike in mental health problems, substance abuse, and suicidal thoughts. However, these can be combated through...

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