Last week, the Davis Clipper and Utah Media Publishing unveiled the first edition of Davis Wellness, a monthly magazine.
We realized that being healthy is vital to a good quality of life, and that our readers are hungry for information about how to stay healthy throughout their lives.
We want to help our readers learn about the lifestyle changes they can make that will help them live longer, healthier lives.
The new, glossy magazine focuses on important components of health such as fitness and healthy diets. It will also provide information about general health, updates on medical treatments and in-depth information about the health problems that are all too common in our community.
As in the Davis Clipper and Utah Islander, we pledge to give you the kind of local coverage in Davis Wellness that you won’t find from any other source.
To meet that objective, we will rely on local health experts. Every month, we will publish articles they write to give you the most recent and most accurate information available.
In the first issue, we feature optometrists, a massage therapist, a plastic surgeon who specializes in facial reconstruction and a specialist on senior living. In future publications, we plan to feature chiropractors, hearing specialists, dentists, personal trainers and more.
We will also assign the best reporters on the Utah Media Publishing team to covering stories about health and wellness that can improve your life.
Look for information about a new exercise program in local elementary schools, an inspiring story about one woman’s struggle to overcome the “fat” label and information about the virulence of this year’s strain of the flu.
Beyond top quality content, we plan to feature advertising from local healthcare providers and fitness centers, among others. Look to the magazine, which will be inserted in your newspaper every month, to find the best professionals close to you.
Also in the first edition, we introduce a Get Moving Davis fitness program in cooperation with Skills Fitness of Bountiful. We hope to encourage everyone in our community to exercise according to guidelines recommended by medical professionals, and we’ll provide ideas and inspiration monthly. Learn more about the free program on page 10.
It’s easy to become complacent about our health, but there are dozens of ways you can improve your health with just a little effort. The more you know, the more likely you are to succeed.
To get involved or give us ideas on health topics that interest you, call 801-295-2251 ext. 126 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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